I'm thankful for snow.
It turns the world into a winter wonderland.
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33 degrees this morning and it just started snowing when I left on my walk. A wet snow that started sticking right away.
I walked all over town taking pictures along the way. The snow plows were out first thing and I tried to stay off the roads where they were.
No school today because of Thanksgiving tomorrow so there were no buses out this morning. Didn't see any other people out walking again today. No animals out that I saw either.
This is the house where yesterdays widow picture came from.
It was a nice walk in the snow. It snowed the whole time I was walking.
I walked 6 miles.
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Last evening at church went well. Thanks for the prayers and good wishes. : ) Five people gave their testimonies and I was the first one. I started, said the first sentence and my mind went blank. I said to myself, Lord please help and words just came out. I even told a little story about when I was 4 getting my tonsils out in the hospital. People laughed at times and got teary eyed too. Afterwards people came up to me and hugged me and said I did great. : ) With God's help I got through it all just fine. Ken gave his testimony right after me and he did a fine job. Had people in tears.
Another couple was after us and there was a young teenager who gave hers too. We are all so blessed to be part of this church and to have such a loving, caring, Pastor.
There were lots of pies to eat too and I tried way to many of them. : )
This morning was a baking one for me. I baked a pumpkin pie for us and seven little loaves of pumpkin bread. We will eat one and the others will be little Christmas gifts. They freeze great so I can make them ahead of time.
It continues to snow and we are nice and cozy inside watching it snow. Here is a look out of the front window.
Our shed out back.
The rest of the afternoon I plan to do a little reading and knitting.
Hope you are enjoying your day.
happyone : )
Blessed are those that can give without remembering
and receive without forgetting.
~ Elizabeth Bibesco