Thursday, January 24, 2013
Thanks to HSUD crew
All eyes and lots of conversation turned to the weather last week.
It started with flooding and carried over to ice and even a bit of snow.
Close to Nowhere
It’s too cold to paint
It’s too cold to be painting, so why am I, along with several of my co-workers, painting?
Barbara is smarter than the rest of us. She had someone paint her bedroom for her.
The Preacher’s Corner
Ladies’ Aid ‘accomplishing much good’
The cold weather scare we had Monday and Tuesday of the week just past really threw everyone into a dither. It did not amount to much, although I would not say that if I was one of those people who spun out on an iced-over bridge and wrecked.
When I lived up North, the heavens could snow down their entire supply, and there would not be a whisker of disruption. The plows would be out before dawn, and schools would open on time.
King Alfred was my 35th great-grandfather!
One of my hobbies is genealogy. It is truly amazing how the Internet is transforming this field.
Fifteen years ago, I purchased a software program called Family Tree Maker. I uploaded some text and photos and put a fair amount of our family history on computer. Then I just lost interest. It’s a lot of work.
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