Monday, January 26, 2015

January Sunrise in Ennis

I sat reverently, my mind submerged into the aroma and taste of my coffee. The blinds were still drawn and the cat was not  melded into my lap and there was no voice around me, only the silence. In that moment I was silently summonsed to the window to raise the blinds. Then it was there…God's painting for the morning. I offered thanks for the call and preserved it as best I could with camera and pixels.

All the previous sunrise melodies that I had heard from previous scores from the Master were instantly echoing in my minds eye and the path to my heart was illuminated ever brighter, emblazoned with molten light.

                                                                                                                        --    Ken W. Hall

It is expected to reach record highs this week with temps in the fifties.  

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Snow Heart

©2015 Ken W. Hall

Snow Heart

Today I heard God's voice, it spoke to me in a dialect I could clearly understand and only I could hear. So personal and just what my Soul wanted. Today I longed for the memory of my connection with God. Must be true this “Ask And You Shall Receive”.

- Ken W. Hall

I just received this image from Ken and thought you might enjoy it.  Looks like it will be in the high forties today in Ennis with some clouds.  Tomorrow and Tuesday it is expected to reach up into the fifties with lots of sunshine. 

                                                                          - Penny Hall

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Fire Burns Sportsman's Lodge

© 2015 Ken W. Hall
© 2015 Ken W. Hall
I learned from friends in Ennis that the Sportsman's Lodge burned early this morning.  Thankfully no one was harmed.

When I talked to Ken he said he heard the fire trucks last night.  Later today he captured these images.

Temperatures remain in the twenties at night and thirties during the day.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Leaving Montana

©2015 Penny Hall
It was ten degrees and snowing when I left Montana this morning.  It was predicted to be below zero so we were pleased to wake up to a warmer temperature.

The roads were clear due to the warm in temps the past couple of days to the forties which melted the ice.

I am heading to Arkansas to spend time with family.  Ken is at home doing some fabulous work with his photography.  I marvel at his talent, passion and drive.

I will try to keep you posted of happenings in Ennis via Ken until I return.