February 9th-25th offers us this year’s winter olympics. 102 events to choose from for our viewing pleasure.
The opening ceremony this year brought us a peace theme and included a cast of about 2,000 performers as well as the traditional parade of athletes, the raising of the Olympic flag, and the lighting of the Olympic flame.
What’s your favorite winter Olympic sport? Most likely it’s the coolest sport on earth about now. No pun intended.
The last I heard it reached a high of 11 degrees and a low in the minuses with a very uncomfortable wind chill factor for both the athletes and spectators to weather there. Brrrr! I’m glad my viewing will be from the comforts of my warm home!
Is it figure skating, hockey, speed skating, the luge, skiing, or snowboarding that captures your attention?
Mine is the ice dancing duos. Watching two as they look as if they become one, so beautifully choreographed and costumed, gliding with such ease on the ice, absolutely memorizes me. I’m a hopeless romantic. I like watching as the temperatures may be cold as ice, but the sizzling passion sparks as the two become one. One couple on the ice.
Two become one. Did you know that 8 of the couples competing are actuallycouples both on and off the ice? How cool is that?!❤❄ Three of them are from the U.S.!
Two become one. I love being married! I adore my husband!
It’s February. The month of love. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. It’s how God created us. To love. What better time to cuddle up with your love and watch as the sparks ignite on your TV in this year’s couple’s skating competitions. Let’s leave those nasty fights on the ice that audiences also seem to love, for the hockey fans. Let’s let love instead be in the air in PyeongChang. As two become one on the ice.
and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Mark 10:8
Love and laughter,