Friday, January 23 & Saturday, January 24
Wednesday, January 21
We also saw a farmer rescuing his tractor and manure spreader. It slid off the road and down a steep embankment before stopping in the creek. It could have been a very dangerous situation, but it appeared that it did not roll – so I expect the driver is okay.
It’s been a snowy week – beginning with Wednesday, January 21
It was a beautiful, snowy day.
Sunday, January 4
I went outside a bit early to get a few more snow pictures.
She moved here the day after Christmas.
She loves having her own place.
Gail lives in the main part of the house. They have a connecting door between their apartments – with a doorbell.
Gail and Hannah are good friends. Gail’s children are grown, so she has been renting this side of the house for several years. She volunteers at Restore where Hannah is a manager. That is how Hannah learned that this apartment was available.
After that game we played several hands of Scum.
It is great for us to know that Hannah has found a nice place with a good landlady.
We went to evening church in Brunswick.
We awoke to a snowy landscape outside our windows on Sunday morning.
Friday, November 28
In some areas there was still some snow and ice on the ground.
After a quick stop at Wal-Mart, I was glad we didn’t have a lot of shopping to do. The store was full of people and lines were long. Weaver’s Store was quite busy as well. Cerwin needed to return a hunting item.
We spent the rest of the day at home, and at one point Cerwin noticed that our water heater was leaking. Consequently, I had to heat water tonight to clean up after supper. It isn’t a good weekend to discover we need a new water heater.
We may have to spend the weekend heating our water. Oh, well, it could certainly be worse. At least we have water. 🙂
Wednesday, November 26
Male cardinals always look pretty in the snow.
Enough to make it pretty outside.
It’s still snowing a bit as I post this.
Tuesday, February 4
He stood at the far end of the area and had to hit a certain area of the black box for the two-liter bottle of soda to explode.
It happened on the first shot.
I told Cerwin the trees now looked like tall cotton plants.
I guess we were driving through “high cotton.” 🙂