Sunday, November 17, 2013

From the West.

Red in the morning, Shepherds warning.
If that were true, today wouldn't have been hot. Literature, as a child, told me that the red sunrise is because of particles dangling in the air that signals an imminent storm migrating in from the west.

I gave some of Larry's toys to Ngawi today. A storm trooper was one of them. I didn't want to give it, but I also didn't want to explain, to my 5 year old nephew, why a toy held sentimental value. He would have just smiled and taken it anyway.

Tashi is an artist when it comes to crafts. She methodically put together the simple, but complicated, Thanksgiving centerpieces that only look good at night when its lights are on.

Chief Captain Moroni playing wheel of fortune.

Chief Captain Moroni, a military commander from the Book of Mormon - mentioned in Alma, for the Nephites, raised the Title of Liberty as a signal to rally his people to defend their country, family, freedom, peace and religion. He fought to defend the right of the Nephites to govern themselves and worship.

I couldn't give him to Ngawi because he'd definitely beat the Storm Trooper, the Orc, Boba Fett, Snake Plissken and even the Witch-King of Nazgûl .. yes, even if the Witch-King used the Morgul blade like he did on Frodo.

I scare myself sometimes.
Bye.

1 comment:

Ariel Shultz said...

Red skies at night, sailors delight, red skies at morning, sailors take warning.