2020 January 19 Sunday in Liberty Hill, Texas
slept eight hours! If the alarm hadn’t gone off at seven o’clock, I might have slept a whole lot more.
hirty three degrees that feels like twenty eight is cold, right? Before you answer that question, take a look below at the current temperature in our summer home.
eels like minus twenty three degrees. That’s what happens when it is five degrees below freezing and you add twenty five mile per hour winds. It’s enough to make a sane person think about moving somewhere warmer.
es, it is cold, but look at that sun this morning. Ain’t she beautiful? We’ve opened all the window shades on the eastern side of the RV to take in all of that solar heat, while we were at church. And it worked. It was 52° outside and 74.5° inside, with no heat on. It was so warm that we did not open the shades on the west side in the afternoon because it would have been too hot.
peaking of church here is pastor John Saint’s sermon at Cross Tracks Church, Liberty Hill, Texas. The sermon is titled “Come and See“.
lla is on a twenty four hour fast. She had breakfast at church. She had an “omelet” baked in a muffin cup and later an apple fritter. Then the fasting began. Nothing but clear liquids until after the CT scan tomorrow morning. Around noon she had a glass of chicken broth. I had considered fasting with her. However, the recommendations for quicker relief from my shingles is to eat regular healthy meals. So, I ate a lite lunch and snacked on fruit on the afternoon. I will not have breakfast (or maybe lunch) until she is also is able to eat.
y HUM device keeps track of many things, of cabbages and kings. No. No. No cabbage and no king. But one of the reports is what you see above. Interesting (to me at least) is that over half of the miles driven this month/year were driven in the first week. With our health issues, we’ve cut back on some of our adventures..
here was a more colorful sunset than I expected. The sky was so clear today that I thought it would also be a plain cloudless sunset.God bless and g’nite
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*The Over The Hill Gang, (3307 RR 1869) Any area senior 50 years or older is invited to join for fellowship and a meal every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. The first meal is free; afterwards, individuals are asked to donate $6 for their meal.**Grandies welcomes those 50+ every week with friendship, games and a ministry to connect to others. As a special part of their ministry, Grandies sign and send greeting cards with inspirational messages to those serving in the military, the sick or homebound and church members celebrating happy milestones like birthdays and graduation. Since this ministry started, more than 3,300 cards have been sent!
In the summer, Grandies also work to make available snack packs through Operation Liberty Hill for children who may not otherwise have enough food without a school in session. Additionally, they provide meals at Vacation Bible School. and host bake sales twice a year to raise funds for their important works.
Wednesdays, 9 a.m.
Currently meets at the OTHG building (3307 RR 1869)