Tonight is going to solidly place us back in the deep freeze – but not as bad as it will be later in the week. This morning we woke up to about 4 inches of fresh powder and it was snowing until about 8:30 am. I’m really not looking forward to the sub-zero temps later in the week. I spent most of my time before church clearing the sidewalks and then trying to put sand on the slickest spots in the driveway. The sand helped by mid-day – it’s a little less dangerous now.
This past week flew by. Pam and I went to Reading for a family funeral. It’s one of the longer day trips we have taken recently and just about did me in – it was a 5 hour one-way trip. About 15 miles south of Eldred, we ran into a snow squall – I thought I was Hans Solo in the Millennium Falcon and we were traveling at light speed. Other than the long drive both ways, we had a great time seeing family we haven’t seen in a while.
We are keeping an eye on the weather. There is some dangerous cold in the forecast. I will be working on putting together a membership class. It will be good to teach this material again.
We had a good service this morning and a good attendance and we had a new couple in church – which is always exciting. That’s about all I can think of, so, have a great week and seize the moment!