Wordless Wednesday – Phenomenal Frost

Every morning when I go out to start the car before I take Fina to school, I am always unsure as to what I am going to find. Sometimes it is super windy, sometimes the sunrise is awesome, and sometimes my van is covered in a thick layer of frost. This last week I was AMAZED to find that everything outside was covered in the most phenomenal frost I have ever seen! Although our adventure in North Dakota has had some ups and downs, I feel so blessed to be able to see things here that I would have never seen in Colorado. Little things like this help me to remember that GOD IS IN ALL PLACES! Enjoy!

 

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  1. WOW, AMAZING, BEAUTIFUL! I have never seen that before, just in cartoons and christmas movies!
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  2. Ok, you know, you’re right. God is in all places, and his amazing handiwork is shown in the beauty of that frost. you captured it so wonderfully! No, I would insist on a garage or something! lol
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  3. That is fantastic, It is really cool to look at. I love frosted trees!
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  4. GORGEOUS!!! Those are great pictures and when I see things like that it makes me not dislike living in a cold state so much! LOL
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  5. Amazing. Those are so strangely beautiful! Great pics!!
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  6. Wow, that’s crazy! Awesome photos!

  7. That is crazy cool!! God’s creation is so amazing, so much to enjoy and be in complete awe of!
    On another note, you’re brave going to North Dakota. Way too cold for my blood!
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