" My heart is steadfast, O God, my heart is steadfast!
I will sing and make a melody!"


Monday, February 1, 2010

I'm Back!

Here are my excuses for not posting anything for 2 weeks:

#1- For the past 4 days, our Internet was down.
#2- It's been snowing, and snowing, and who wants to sit in front of a computer when you can be out enjoying the cold, wet, cold, white, cold snow.:) (Yep, I'm cold.)
#3- I haven't had anything to really write about except the unusual snow we've been having. My Daddy said that he doesn't remember a snow like this one since he was little! I've never seen more than three inches of snow in my life, and here I am, outside standing in about 6 inches! (For those of you who live up north, and have experience with a LOT of snow, this is BIG news here in the south.:)

Anyway, I'll post some 'snowy' pictures when I can get Momma's camera and upload them. Yeah, I didn't take any of the 4 snow men we built in Grandpa and Grandma's backyard, or the wild snow ball fights that broke out amongst us kids, and even the adults. Or, better yet, Grace and I wiping out in the sled that was being pulled behind the 4 wheeler! (Peaked your interest yet?)

On a different note, my little sister, Ava, is turning BIG #3 this Thursday!
It's SO hard to believe it's been three whole years since we first saw her!
I'll put up a B-day post for her on Thursday.

So, we've pretty much been stuck in the house for 4 days. We couldn't even go to church on Sunday because the roads where so icy and slick. So we had church at home!
We read about Paul's conversion, and had prayer, then we sang,
"When da roll a call a londer" (that's how Ava says, "When the Roll is Called up Yonder.")

Well, I guess that's all for now!

I leave now to do laundry...


3 comments:

Jessica Faith said...

ha!!! thanks for making me laugh... :)
hugs

Miss Jen said...

LOL :D
It's good to have you back!!

Love~ Miss Jen

Crystal Mary said...

The snow sounds wonderful...

Welcome back on here! I lived in TN for 3 years and hardly saw any snow. However, I realise the difficulty driving in it to visit my patients. Very scary!