Out of the storm

Yesterday was one of those days.

Snow fell.  Wind blew.

In Saskatchewan that means that the high velocity stirred up blizzard conditions.  On the road, the conditions were icy as the temperature approached freezing. 

Snow catches on pavement and begins to melt, then to freeze.  Other snow catches on the frozen spots.  Drifts form and soon travel is both restricted in what you can see, and drifts create literal road blocks.

As I drove to work, I wondered about a ladies study that was scheduled.  The ladies come from within town, and outside.  Soon after I arrived, the study had been cancelled.  A smart move.

By noon I headed home.  My wife was back from morning work out in the countryside, and she decided not to venture out again in the afternoon.  My decision was to do some visiting next door to our home, at the local senior’s manor, and work on a sermon.  

Today, the wind is down.  I’m headed off to the church.  We’ll see what a new day holds.  This is the day the Lord has made, we will rejoice and be glad in it!!

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