It’s a post-Thanksgiving Sunday Night Thoughts. It’s been a busy week, but we have had a wonderful week. It was a cold week here in the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania. We had some low single digits on Thursday and Friday. The snow that we got last weekend hasn’t really gone anywhere. Then yesterday we had some freezing rain. We have been to Houghton and back twice – to pick up our son James and then take him back.
On Monday Pam and I got to attend some special training for transporters. It helps us in driving and assisting students. We got lots of good information.
We had a great Thanksgiving. We had meatloaf, PA Dutch Potato Filling, Sweet Potatoes, and Corn. Two of our family really aren’t turkey eaters and one of the others couldn’t eat solids on Thursday. We had a great day anyway. God has blessed us in many ways and we are thankful for his blessings.
We have been enjoying our free Y membership. We have been running and walking the track – its 12.5 laps to the mile in the walking lane and 11.5 laps to the mile in the running lane – that’s alot of laps, but it sure beats being in the cold.
The week was topped off by today. Today we had Camouflage Sunday. We encouraged everyone to invite their friends and wear camouflage to church. The Holy Spirit was evident as we worshiped. I was so thankful for a rich presence of the Holy Spirit. There was a good response to the message for which I am very grateful.
Following the worship service we had a wonderful chili cook-off. Five people entered chilis and the competition was fierce. I would not have wanted to be a judge. We had a great competition and great fellowship. It was so much fun.
So that about wraps it up. I hope you all have a great week. Next week we begin a new church year. Advent “arrives” next Sunday. Blessings…