Showing posts from January, 2018

Winter Blues

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

It's cold. It's blustery. The skies are gray like the ground, and the wind is your constant companion. If you're anything like me, you're sick of it. The white stuff has worn thin and I don't mean on the dirt. And sub-zero temperatures? They can depart to the arctic where they belong.
Energy is low, depression is common, and activity, any activity's hard. This doesn't sound unpleasant, does it? Sorry. (Sigh.) That's why we call it the Winter Blues.
But hey, it's not all bad. In fact, the dead of winter can be awesome...if you can move beyond the blues.

The Wyoming Resolution

Get Ready

The calendars have turned. It's a brand new year. What better time to make resolutions? You know what I mean, right? Those goals/vows we make but forget after a few weeks. Things such as losing the weight gained from the holidays (or from every resolution we've ever made), cleaning the house, controlling our temper...the list goes on and on.
IN WYOMING, resolutions are common, just as they are elsewhere in the world, especially come January 1st. In fact, their number equal the stars in the sky, and yes, disappear as fast as the morning sun. But one resolution reigns supreme in this wild and remote land. No matter where you roam, you discover it in most if not all households come each New Year. Why? Because it's connected to the one element all Wyomingites share.

A Glimpse at Wyoming

God's Glory . . . Everywhere!

For those who may not know me, my name is Renee Blare. I'm a Christian author, practicing pharmacist, and live in the amazing state of Wyoming. As a resident, I've lived through many seasons and relish in the unique blend of beauty and history of my home. This land is a treasure to behold. From the towering peaks to the rolling plains as well as the creatures who call it home, God's majestic hand is visible everywhere. Wyoming literally teems with His wonder. I dedicate this blog to my awesome God and commit to show His power and wonder through the glorious gift I call home. Welcome toWyoming Walkabouts.
Have you ever thought you were dreaming? You pinch your arm to try to wake up only to discover that you are alert and oriented times three. Or blink fast, shake your head? Nothing works. The dream doesn't go away.


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