|Sorry I haven’t continued with my posting, it has been very hectic today. Weatherman predicted 12 inches of snow (not sure now if that forecast will last), we had problems with our back up system in case we lose power, I had to stock up on some food just in case we are snowed in, errands, and a Bible study. I am going to share that with you before continuing on with Revelation, it has to do with dealing with worry and fear.
Then I joined up with my Girl Scout Troop and we went to the local Department of Environmental Protection and did some hands-on science. It was interesting, especially the water table with ground up plastic that was like sand. We were building streams and watching how the water would change the course of the stream. What would happen with a dam, etc, and how the stream changes with various land forms. Very interesting how one little pebble or piece of greenery can cause a difference in erosion. Kind of reminds me how those pebbles of thoughts, ideas and actions can cause a veering in the course of our life.
We also were looking at computer overlays of how the stream path changed over the years, photos from the 50’s through today.
My Girl Scout Troop is looking to earn their silver award with an environmental project.
So, I just walked in the door today, now, and have to do a few other things. I have found it necessary to make sure laundry etc is done in case we lose power.
Thanks for your prayers and thoughts. Still battling that depression, and struggling with some things, so I do appreciate your love and concern. I still count myself very blessed to have you as friends.
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