I still had my seatbelt on seated in my car on the parking lot of Meijer while I was typing this post on the cell phone. The engine was still on. Since it was raining, I was not so sure if I wanted to get off and run in the rain to get in the store. Suddenly I noticed this spectacular view on the windshield. It was … Continue reading Master Stroke of Nature
He turned 3 two weeks ago. He still thinks that trees have bone just as human beings. He takes tree bark for its bone, as it is strong and gives tree support to stay firm. It is just too cute to be ignored. When I asked his brother and him what they think about the weather here in Grand Rapids, they both had the same … Continue reading Tree Has Bones?
I usually go to grocery shopping at night and sometimes in the evening. Since we moved to South-East side of Grand Rapids, we have been going to Meijer on 28th and Kalamazoo. If you happened to be at that part of the area during sunset, you can witness this moment of reddish and bluish glowing sky with automated night lamps in the parking lot. … Continue reading From Meijer Parking Lot
This year, we had a record high snowfall in last 80 or so years. With the changing seasons of our life, we have been able to enjoy sun and little warmth nearly after 4 months. Snow started melting. The mere prospect of getting to see green again brings pleasure to me. For the first time in these 7 years, I felt I am done with … Continue reading Snow! Almost Gone.
Refreshing Time with Bhutanese community in Ada Town Park I simply copied this post from my another photo blog that I had posted on 15th August 2009. I am still actively ministering our Bhutanese brothers and sisters. So, I thought that it will not be a bad idea to repost the same blog in Nepaenglish. These two elderly people moved to the United States of … Continue reading Will to Live in Wilderness
Thursday was a wonderful day. Sunshine, beautiful green foliage,and Sand Dunes Trip from Campus with friends – wow, that’s awesome! I wanted Prasha to come along with me, but she was all day busy with her job. So, she could not join. We reached at Saugatuck Sand Dunes State Park after fourty-five minutes ride from campus. In fact, Sand dune, according to dictionary definition, is … Continue reading Saugatuck Dunes
Have you ever jumped in the bog anywhere? Today, we went to Towns End Park for bog walking and jumping. First of all, let me introduce what the wetland is before we talk about bog. The wetlands by definition is generally area of transition between dry upland and open water or low lying area which collects water drainage or intersects the water table. Having said, … Continue reading Bog Walking and Jumping
Last week Wednesday night was an adventuresome expedition for me. I went with bunch of friends for frogging different species in the vernal pond. That was my first experience ever and was a part of an class assignment in the Field Ecology. It was 9 pm and no other sounds besides frogs’ could be heard nearby the pond. Our professor had expected some four-five species … Continue reading Frogging
Last week was quite a busy week. We had Nepali fellowship with Bhutanese refugees. Dr. Beels was the speaker for the week. I had privilege to interpret his message into Nepali. We have a good number of people attending our service. On that day, we missed some refugees who had to work. After all, the potluck dinner was cool. My final examinations are on the … Continue reading Feverish Week