It is already the afternoon and finally the sun is making an appearance. I am thankful for the warmth inside our home and for the promise of spring. I know many from Kansas to the East Coast are under winter storm watches; if you are there, I pray for your safety. Snow started falling lightly last night and it was wet; today we woke up to more snow but hubby said it was dry. I had bible study this morning and had to take my 85 yr old friend, otherwise I would have stayed home. Besides giving my friend a ride, our leader had been on vacation and she asked me to lead today-so I couldn't very well stay at home-however, if we had blizzard like conditions, you can be sure I would have baled.
I am so thankful for the vehicle we have-a 2000 Explorer that handles the snow perfectly. I am thankful that we have had such a mild winter. I am thankful that the snow, if it had to hit Az., did so this week instead of in two weeks when we are there soaking up the sunshine and visiting friends.
Bible study was fantastic as always; I love Priscilla Shirer-she is an amazing teacher. I love the fellowship with the other gals. I love it that on Thursday mornings, hubby plays senior Racquetball-it keeps him in shape.
If you live in snow country, did you get a huge amount? It seems there were some blizzards across the plains. Many schools here were closed for the day; are your schools closed as well?
I hope you are able to stay in and stay warm, but if you venture out that you have angels all around your vehicle.
Hugs, Noreen & Hunter
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