The Daily Intersection is my attempt to connect the day-to-day events of my life with God's blessing of faith. It's a crossroad, of sorts, where God gets my attention each day and helps me apply what I experience, see, or feel with belief. This is dedicated to our Godson, who I pray one day also stops daily at the intersections, noticing and taking time with God.
Tonight Hitch is taking an extra rest, so I’ll catch you up. We are in Oacoma, South Dakota, near the Missouri River (just on the other side of the river and up the hill is where we are tonight):
Six years ago we traveled this same way. After miles and miles of seeing field after field, we came around a curve and saw this beautiful oasis:
This is near the same spot today. Still beautiful, but just a little less green:
Oh, and in case you’re wondering about Hitch, he was tired from making snow angels.
Yes, when we woke this morning in Council Bluffs, a dusting of snow had visited during the night. So while hubby and I were loading the car to get on the road, Hitch was playing. Guess you’re gonna have that!