Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Left Behind



Thank God I am not a dispensationalist. Otherwise, I would have been a bit startled at seeing more than 100 abandoned cars on the side of the freeway in a three mile stretch of my morning commute.

It was not the rapture. Instead, people encountered snow and just gave up. It was an odd sight for this Montana native. Many Puget Sound drivers literally freeze in panic when it snows.

Those who didn't give up found that it took 3 hours to go 30 miles, even in the early morning:












I'm glad that not a hair can fall from my head without the will of my Father in heaven. He willed a few more to fall this morning.

4 comments:

Mrs. B said...

I can't wait to see your new 'do.

What do those people do? Walk from Fife to Seattle like in To The Finland Station? Call a cab? Demand that the Secretary of State evacuate them in a Huey? How can they just leave their cars there?? They must all have hitched in on a DOT mercy van or something. It's very mysterious. Some sort of random strategem, no doubt.

Victorbravo said...

I have no idea where the all went. It was eerie.

Victorbravo said...

I have no idea where the "y" "they" went, either.

Mrs. B said...

And I meant "stratAgem."