That’s what I am singing today instead of “let it snow, let it snow, let it snow”. We had a “freezing rain” day…no school. John didn’t work either – too dangerous for the trucks on the side roads and driveways. We enjoyed the day and Katie is home from college so we had extra time with her.We ventured out around 1 PM – I got groceries and John got a haircut.
I got an email from a friend today. She’s someone I dearly love even though we only see each other maybe once a year. We have so much in common and just getting a note from her is a blessing. As I read her email I could hear her talking. I am so grateful for people God puts in our lives that just make us smile. Love ya Becky! I also got a snail mail card from a woman I discipled about 15 years ago. It is wonderful to see how God has grown her. She called about a month ago and said God had put “Pastor John” on her heart and she had been praying for him every day. Keep it up Tammy because we need clear direction as to what God is up to!
I could have gotten a lot of digiscrapping done if I had just stayed home and not left the couch or loveseat – laptop attached to me, but I spent time with John and Katie and I know that was more important. I hope to get things caught up some day though because I want to give the girls their scrapbooks. Here’s a layout I did of John with the snowblower in one of the many big storms we had in February. I love the way you can see “Blue Devils” on his bohunkus…go DUKE!
Credits: Win-tree Weather Quickpage by Linda Walton at 3 Scrapateers