Storms bring thunder and growth to our lives

Who loves the rain and loves his home,
And looks on life with quiet eyes,
Him will I follow through the storm,
And at his hearth-side keep me warm
— Frances Shaw
It’s raining. Again. Dark, gloomy clouds hiding the sun, drenching the earth. Rain falls, sometimes in dribbles that make a plopping sound on the puddles, sometimes in sheets resembling those shining icicles we hang on our Christmas tree.

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