Women must likewise be dignified, not malicious gossips, but temperate, faithful in all things.
1 Tim. 3:11
Riding to work today in what WeatherUnderground describes as a freezing rain mist, I experienced a sensation altogether new to me: A layer of ice froze over my jacket and cracked every time I changed position. Icy mist clung to my glasses. A light ice formed on my gloves. My bike, lights, and handlebars developed a thin film of ice. Icicles formed as water dripped onto my helmet and froze. I dripped all over when I came in, shedding little bits of ice and water as it melted.
Based on this experienced, I decided that I will not pursue a career as a snowman.
2 thoughts on “Ice, Ice, Biking”
I can’t believe you rode to wrok in that weather. It must have been miserable! Wow, you’re my ne hero.
Doesn’t the day’s verse you’ve included apply here? Aren’t women supposed to be “temperate” – not freezing? 🙂