We are having a thunderstorm this morning.
It is very odd to be awakened by thunder in January.
We were promised a warm weekend. It is true that the temperatures rose above 32 but we weren't able to galavant in the sunshine and walk along the beach.
The fog came with the warmth and it was treacherous!
Here is what it looked like on the way home from church yesterday morning.
Just east of here there was a 100 car pile up on the major Interstate! People who where not in the crash were stranded on the highways of Madison for over eight hours. Emma was to head out that way and I was so thankful to see the news and tell her not to go to her meeting!
This is how my dear husband feeds the birds.
A crow came by and picked up a whole roll.
Four little birdies stopped for a quick bite.
But they did not stay.
They must not like onion rolls.
Katie and I will restart our lessons this morning.
I feel refreshed and ready to go after a long break.
We took the tree down yesterday afternoon....
I like taking the tree down. A lot.
It is decluttering at it's finest :o)
Emma is working a full time schedule this week as she does not have college work to do.
She completed her first semester at Moody Bible Institute: Distance leaning and has signed up for her second semester of classes. Those will start next week.
If you are interested in how college distance learning works, feel free to ask us.
Laura tried a challenging recipe for her first week of new recipes. Her family loved it. She has inspired me to try something difficult. I'll let you know how it goes.
The fog comes
on little cat feet.
It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.
Encourage one another,