How’s that for a title? I think this winter weather is seriously affecting my mental capabilities, because I have had tons of post ideas swirling in my head this week but I can’t seem to put pen to paper so to speak. So here goes nothing…please forgive the randomness. I blame it on this:
That’s right, we had another winter storm last Sunday night with about a quarter inch of ice with 4 inches of snow on top of it. Oh, joy. As you can tell, the wind blew and piled the snow up to our back door so it has been pretty much useless up to today. Sure, it’s pretty, but one can only take so much of this. We actually got a “snow day” from work on Monday and that is RARE! Here are a few shots from Monday:
At least the dogs enjoyed it.
C & I slipped and slid our way to work on Tuesday, but the roads were still messy. I felt so sorry for the road crew workers, because they were doing their best. I feel like I need to put a disclaimer on these photos. I was riding shotgun and taking these the whole way to town.
Thankfully the temperatures are getting warmer every day so hopefully this won’t last much longer. On another note, I had my first root canal yesterday and it actually wasn’t bad at all. In the last 4 or 5 months, I have had a filling replaced, a crown, and now a root canal with a crown coming up for this tooth. I think my teeth started falling apart the minute I turned forty.
I can’t complain though since my “problem” was easily fixed and I have been very blessed with good health. There are so many people that aren’t so fortunate. On that note, I want to send out a special request to all of my readers. A little 5 year old boy, whose parents are originally from my area, has been diagnosed this week with Stage 4 Birkett’s Lymphoma. I ask you to please pray for him and his family. The doctors say that this is a treatable disease, but he will probably have chemo treatments for at least a year. He is a precious looking little boy who doesn’t deserve this. Check out his Facebook page here.
Speaking of prayer, this week was the beginning of the Lent season leading up to Easter. As a Christian, I find the Easter holiday just as inspiring and important as the Christmas season, maybe more so. Since the protestant faith doesn’t do quite as much for Lent as the Catholic faith does, I am not really “giving up” anything except a little more of my time every day to Bible study and prayer. The Bible app on my phone and iPad has 3 different Lent reading plans and I am going to try to study through all three. Why don’t you join me?
Shew, I think my mind feels a little clearer now. Oh, no, wait…there is one more story to tell about our trip to Nashville last weekend, but that might have to wait for another post. Have a great weekend, everyone and thanks for plowing through my untamed thoughts!