Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

5 comments

  1. It’s got that whole mid-winter blahs thing going on with it. The cloud overhead, the dark, foreboding, clustered buildings, further suffocated by the proximity of the water and the mountains lurking right behind. I’d say you’re feeling a bit closed in by the nasty weather outside, and you’re really looking forward to some springtime.
    Oh, wait a minute, never mind. You’re in SoCal; you don’t have winters there.

  2. It’s got that whole mid-winter blahs thing going on with it. The cloud overhead, the dark, foreboding, clustered buildings, further suffocated by the proximity of the water and the mountains lurking right behind. I’d say you’re feeling a bit closed in by the nasty weather outside, and you’re really looking forward to some springtime.
    Oh, wait a minute, never mind. You’re in SoCal; you don’t have winters there.

  3. It’s got that whole mid-winter blahs thing going on with it. The cloud overhead, the dark, foreboding, clustered buildings, further suffocated by the proximity of the water and the mountains lurking right behind. I’d say you’re feeling a bit closed in by the nasty weather outside, and you’re really looking forward to some springtime.
    Oh, wait a minute, never mind. You’re in SoCal; you don’t have winters there.

  4. It’s got that whole mid-winter blahs thing going on with it. The cloud overhead, the dark, foreboding, clustered buildings, further suffocated by the proximity of the water and the mountains lurking right behind. I’d say you’re feeling a bit closed in by the nasty weather outside, and you’re really looking forward to some springtime.
    Oh, wait a minute, never mind. You’re in SoCal; you don’t have winters there.

  5. It’s got that whole mid-winter blahs thing going on with it. The cloud overhead, the dark, foreboding, clustered buildings, further suffocated by the proximity of the water and the mountains lurking right behind. I’d say you’re feeling a bit closed in by the nasty weather outside, and you’re really looking forward to some springtime.
    Oh, wait a minute, never mind. You’re in SoCal; you don’t have winters there.

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