Love where is your fire
The house was cozy warm and quiet. Moonlight reflected off the snow and created an early-morning glow at midnight. It was so bright outside I could see the shadow of a tree on the hillside 300 yards away. After staring into the semi-darkness for a few minutes I crawled into bed, pulled the covers up high under my chin and fell into a peaceful sleep.
I knew it as soon as I stepped out of bed this morning — it was cold!
The fire was out.
What do you do when you’re cold?
When the fire has burned out or nearly so …
… when there isn’t enough heat in the coals to start a blaze without patient tending. What do you do when the flames die down and white-hot coals smolder with angry red heat but no fuel, no spark to start the burn?
Stop back this evening for the Jitter to Glitter series.
We’ll do our best to control the burn, rekindle old flames (not that kind) and keep sparks flying in the face of adversity and downpour.
Have a lovely Sunday, friends.
I’ll see you back here tonight at 9 p.m.
For now … a song for you heart and soul and mind.