Sunday, January 10, 2010


WEEK 2...Joining Sara with this week's fun in pictures...

I didn't get any the first couple of days of this week but the rest of the week made up for it...

After Disciple class, BS&K and I decided in the parking lot to go get some help warm our bones from the cold...
***click each pic to get a larger view :) ***
...then it was home to do laundry and 'feed my sour dough starter'...

Thursday the news was constantly telling us how much it was going to snow that evening, so I made sure I hit the grocery store before the 'going home from work' crowd that ALWAYS has to stop and get bread and milk when snow's coming...

the first few flakes were TINY, TINY

DD brought home a bowl she had painted and fired for a friend who is moving away on Sunday...she's going to be missed so much by my makes me sad to know she is losing such an awesome mentor

By Thursday evening we had a good little covering of snow...

In the morning I was able to traipse outside and take some shots (a little kitty had been walking and shaking his paws, making double pawprints on the front little garden angel had an apronful of front steps made some beautiful pictures with the strange angles and curves...and I loved the color contrast of the cabbages with their overlay of snow.)

Saturday afternoon we took the junior/senior high youth students to the Georgia Gym Dogs (2009's NCAA National Champions, by the way)...they had a meet in Athens against Stanford...their routines were awesome and the Dogs won .

There was a 'pro-cheer' exhibition as well as some 'tiny' tumblers who showed us their stuff. It was great having some extra time with the kids and we ran into several of our freshmen, who met us at the Coliseum for the meet.

We stopped for burger, fries and frosted oranges on the way was frigid getting to and from ... our High today was 22* and tonight should be around 16* (bbbbrrrrrr)
>>>>8<<<< Even the snowmen are cold!!>

Jer. 33:3
"Call to me and I will answer you
and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know."