I'm am truly lovin' this, Hello Story, class. I never know each week where it'll take me and it has given me a long list of more stories I want to tell as I've perused the gallery of the class and other students have shared their stories, which in turn spur on our own stories.
Lately, as I'm observing full time, clouds and the sky has become a bigger part of my life than ever before. While I have looked up, it seems like forever, that I've spent any length of time considering and reflecting on what the clouds can teach me, not only about the weather but about God.
While I can forecast the weather, I can learn all those rules of thumb that help me in my forecasting endeavors, such as when I see a ring, a halo, around the Sun or moon, it not only identifies the often times thin cirrostratus clouds, otherwise hard to identify, it also is a rule-of-thumb that when cirrostratus clouds are present invading the sky that rain is on its way within 24 hours.
Yet, God is still in control. I am reconciled to the the fact and still I can be the brilliant forecaster He allows me to be.