Greetings once again from the Great Sinkholes Region! It's that time of year when the cold, cold air from Sue's (Inner Dorothy) country hits the 'warm' waters of the Great Sinkholes. The result? Lake Effect Snow!! Some places very near us have gotten two feet of heavy, wet snow this week!
If you live here for any length of time, you learn to put snow tires on your vehicle in late October, get your tocques, mufflers, hats, scarves, boots, mukluks, mitthens, gloves, et al ready to go in late September, pull up your big girl or boy snow pants and get on with it!
And for your own sake and the sake of your fellow human beings - go slow until you get used to driving in the slippery stuff again! Our Small Town Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Service can only answer so many calls!
And speaking of getting on with it ... here's this week's Wednesday Festival offerings:
The Pastor of Prairie Hill is pondering the essentials of ministry.
Over at See Through Faith, Lorna is asking us to join her Advent conspiracy. BTW - "Haloo, hei, moro, moi, terve, Lorna!" (I hope I didn't say anything innapropriate!)
Deb ponders: What IF the church was marketed like Starbucks? Hmmmmm. Good question!
Welcome back JayHawk to the blogging world! We'll hold you up prayer!
And Sally (from across the Big Pond) shares a poem and her own "Advent terrors". We're with you!
And I'm having deja vu all over again.
Well, that about wraps it up for this week! Y'all keep warm and safe! What's that, Weather Forecaster? 1" to 3"? WE laugh at 1" to 3"! (Insert maniacal laughter here!)