We had 20 people today. That was a crowd compared with last week's 7 that showed up. When Joe doesn't go I record part of a song that the Praise Band does. I was going to post it for you too, but it was too big. But Joe enjoyed it.
I did get a shot of little Miss A. She was a big hit today. She kept running up the center aisle to see her daddy while he was making the announcements. At least it wasn't in the middle of his sermon. Sorry it's a little blurry, but getting her to stand still is an impossibility. I loved her dress. You can't see it, but it has Minnie Mouse on the front of it and her skirt was all sparkly. She did have a Minnie Mouse bow on her head, but you know how that goes.
Everyone seemed to want to talk to me today. I wanted to get going to go food shopping (which I didn't have a chance to do on Saturday) but I just couldn't get out of there. Bud wanted to know how Joe was doing. Genny and Carolann wanted to talk about Bible Study which is restarting this week. Jon wanted to talk to me about Choir. I was going to join the choir for Easter before this whole thing with my throat started. Now I'm not able to sing. But I can help by playing the piano, so I am going to show up to do that.
When I finally got together with Dottie to take her home, we opened the door and was surprised with an ice storm. Yes, it looked like snow but it was ice. My car was covered and the sidewalks are dangerous. I have to get up early to clean off the car and sidewalk in the morning.
Here's a short video. It looks like snow, but you can hear it hitting the window. It's ice.
I spent several hours tonight editing the book I'm working on. It's now 2/3 finished. It's a hard book to read and edit so I will be glad when it is 100% done.
It's supposed to warm up some today, so I am going to have to run to the supermarket after work. Then I will be making some peanut butter cookies for the two Bible studies this week. A busy day. So I will end for now and try to get some sleep.
High: 30 degrees
Low: 22 degrees
Sunrise: 6:34 a.m.
Sunset: 5:53 p.m.
11 hours and 19 minutes of daylight