5 Things I Learned in a Winter Storm

And how it’s helping us cope with what comes after.

It’s February 17th, 2021, and Texas has experienced a Winter Storm of snow and ice that’s almost crushed our electrical grid, knocked out water supply in several areas, and closed down our transportation system, among other logistical nightmares we Texans weren’t prepared to face. A few days into this wild ride, I’ve observed some things.

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Pastor | Mother | Health Coach | Spiritual Director| Trauma Therapist in Training

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