We have many geese and ducks around here, because the river is almost in our backyard. We frequently see them crossing the streets, sometimes with their babies following them. This is the reason for the crossing sign a couple blocks away. This evening we were passing by, and saw a large group of Canada Geese settling down in the grassy field to sleep. I was intrigued by the patterns they made with the stripes on their necks, so we pulled over and I took lots of pictures from the car window. Pretty soon they began to get agitated, and started standing up, honking, and flaping their wings. I looked all around, and couldn't figure out what had stirred them from their rest. I soon discovered it was me and my camera. They were very cross at me for disturbing their bedtime. But if they could read, they'd know that the book of Ephesians tells us not to go to bed so riled up. Sorry, guys, guess we shouldn't have crossed your path.
"Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold."