welcome to the newest arrival to the family, a new cousin, Ezekiel born in the early hours of this morning.
I have a huge backlog of pictures – in the high hundreds… which is why I’ve not been posting, I’ve been too busy procrastinating and avoiding doing the processing.
Musing on music to listen to, I remembered a haunting piece from the movie 2001. Lots of reading later I found it. (Music track on You Tube)
I’m not sure if it looks like Getzger is a contortionist or if it looks like he’s in the act of smothering another cat…
Overnight is snowed 6″-9″ and Church has been cancelled so we’re having a quiet snow day. Lanie made breakfast, and I popped out very briefly to take an obligatory snow picture.
It’s looking pretty out the front today. First school day of 2014 and we had an inch or so of snow overnight. Looks nice but it’s jolly cold.
I think she did a fantastic job, Check it out for yourself (Video 1:24′)
I may need more coffee… It just took me several seconds to realize the reason I couldn’t get my tee shirt on was because I had put my arm through the neck hole.
In the UK chimneys are swept from the bottom up. I might have expected things to be different in the Ozarks…
[Today I swept Tom & Rebbie's chimney. Tom had an operation on his back a short while ago and doesn't need to be climbing on roofs.]
It’s been snowing so Ginger sent me out to take pictures of the Bottle Trees.
With temperatures down to 18°F (-8°C) and six-seven inches of snow on the ground, I thought it would be a good opportunity to check how my hiking clothing fared. I also thought it’d be fun to check how well my huaraches and woolen toe socks held up in the conditions.
Every year Christ Church offers a free Thanksgiving Dinner, This year we served up over three hundred meals and handed out one-hundred and twenty-five take home boxes.
Producing the place mat for the Christ Church 2013 Thanksgiving Dinner, came with an added bonus of a lesson I obviously needed to re-learn.
Tubby finds a use for Getzger’s ‘Udder’
Four baptisms today, and I was fortunate to be able to catch this great picture of Fr. Ken lighting a candle among all the watching choir kids.