But on to the Friday five.
1. Attending our oldest granddaughter's high school musical on Saturday night. It made for a later night than usual for us, but we were glad to take the time. The kids did an amazing job in both acting and singing.
That's Sarah at left below with another granddaughter, Emily. This was taken in Salt Lake City in summer 2017.
2. Managing to accomplish a lot of housework between Saturday afternoon and Sunday afternoon. It felt good to have both time and energy to do several household tasks. Scrubbing the tub was one of them.
Having beautiful weather here on Monday. Someone said it felt like spring, and I guess it sort of did. It wasn't warm enough to be what we think of as true Indian summer, but it was a really nice day to get out and walk. I was invigorated enough to tackle more housework when I got back.
|Berries along our walking route|
This was a good week for this to happen, since I was buying snacks for the coffee time at church this week, a few extras for Christmas and Thanksgiving baking, and some items for the food pantry.
God's grace to have a good attitude about snowstorms -- two in one week, and it's not even Thanksgiving yet. The challenging thought is that this snow may not melt as many early snowstorms do ... it may be with us for the winter! But I do have to admit it's pretty. Photo below is from a November snowstorm last year, along our walking route. We have more than that, currently -- several inches of the white stuff.