This is the view from our front porch on a cold, snowy day. Lucky us we moved back in time for the coldest, snowiest winter in decades! It is beautiful but, after a month of it, it's starting
to get alittle old.
We are blessed to have the nicest neighbor ever.
He has regularly plowed our drive after each snowfall, I don't know
what we would have done without him, and thank-you never seems like enough. Any ideas?
This week the schools were all closed, it'll be late release this year.
Of course we've found plenty to do inside. This has been
Jim's first full week home in months and he's enjoying it to the fullest. The garage is looking great and things are being
organized. I feel no compulsion to ever finish unpacking, my cabinets and closets are full so the rest can stay in the boxes.
After fighting for a month to keep the goats water filled and unfrozen, we found out about these heated
buckets and rushed out to buy one. What a relief. Buster's happy!
Something we've really been enjoying is getting to go to the temple more often. We try to go every Tuesday morning, grandma too. The temple's only 15 minutes away and it's just been wonderful. I'm so thank-ful, to go into the House of the Lord and leave feeling like I've got my priorities straight, just such joy and peace. It's as good as a massage and therapy session!
This weather makes me want to knit, nothing creative , just a couple scarfs so far. Jim's been doing some felting with his sister. They've made a couple hat's and tonight they made
a darling pair of slippers. Felting is such an incredible process, whoever invented these things are amazing!