That almost sounds like fun, doesn’t it?
As you know, we’ve had snow. Forever. It didn’t really qualify as snow, it was more like an ice rink. I could hear the birds chuckling as I skated across to fill feeders last week. It was a sold-out crowd for the show that was held over.
This morning, with childish delight, I spied more brown-green than white. The ice rink melted, and a mud-wrestling venue took its place.
The hawk swung by in time for afternoon tea, but it was on a business trip–no dilly-dallying on the fence today. No sunshine to soak up. It was cold, and blustery, and a few more flurries flew.
The hubby and I ran the week’s undone errands on the weekend, leaving all the weekend chores undone until today. I even vacuumed. It is truly the end of the world.
Our church hosted a special program Saturday evening. A group of children and young adults from Watoto Church, Uganda, presented a Children’s Choir concert, sharing the vision of the mission there. Each participant in the program has lost at least one parent to HIV/AIDS, war, or other causes. I hope you’ll take a moment to check out the highlighted links, and attend, should they be in your area. Their calendar/schedule is available on the website under The Choir>See the Choir. You can also request for them to come to your area, to share their message of hope: Rescue Raise Rebuild
It is an amazing story. The Watoto Story
May your week be blessed!