Thursday, December 11, 2008

Snow Day - Prayer Day




A 'blizzard' hit Beaumont, TX. Here's what it looked like from our apartment patio at 1:00 A.M. ->






Later during the morning it looked like this. Every one I know got up during the wee hours to see the snow. Nature's beauty brought laughter and fun . . . and tears too.
A friend of ours was in a horrible accident and had to be air-lifted to Hermann Hospital in Houston. Please pray for him. His name is Alvaro Garcia. Thanks.

7 comments:

christa said...

Lovely, wasn't it? My students and I were totally awed...

So sorry to read about your friend. Keeping him in my prayers.

Angie Kay Dilmore said...

You all got a bit more snow in Beaumont than we did in Lake Charles. I heard from friends in Baton Rouge and they got more there too. How does that happen?

Mindy Blanchard said...

The snow was nice to see once - since I have decided I hate cold weather and may never travel where it snows for real.

My morning of snow - was not good. I'm never really awake before coffee. And I was working. So my aunt (works with me at the opposite shift) called me outside when our shifts changed and big dummy that I am, I went outside in scrubs with no jacket - she got me with a snow ball right in the face - relatives!! lol If I get sick someone is in trouble.

I'm sorry about your friend. I'll keep him in my prayers also.

LKHarris-Kolp said...

It was a beautiful sight to cherish forever! My kids had so much fun in it!

Pamela S Thibodeaux said...

Wow Jess, you did get more snow in Beaumont than we did here!

Beautiful wasn't it?

I've got pictures on my blog too so jump over there and take a peek.

Hope your friend did ok.

PamT

lindayezak said...

So sorry about your friend, Jess. Hope he's better.

I am so jealous about the snow. They got it in Lufkin, but it didn't quite make it here. Boo Hoo!

Debbie said...

I am visiting some blogs I have not been on in awhile and what do I see.... SNOW IN TEXAS!! Can it be.... I thought it was all up here in NY.. Glad we could share some with ya.. God bless,
debbie