Sunday at Home

It's too slick to get out today and go to church.  I have my new Catholic Women's Devotional Bible which I have just read from.  I began last week, and  I am finding it a great way to read through the Bible while reading some inspiring devotionals, as well.

Right now we are having what appears to be the beginning of an ice storm.  I am just praying we don't loose power and that no one is injured.  The temperature is hanging at about 31˚F, and ice is forming on all the trees, the house, and the power lines.
We got the bird feeders ready for the storm, and we've had our many cardinals, red-bellied woodpeckers, white winged doves, titmice, chickadees, wrens, downy woodpecker, and many, many goldfinches - plus others, as well.  As our dripper is not working, we filled the bird baths with water - which is frozen, and they appear to be eating the ice pellets.

As it appears Phil saw his shadow, folks are lamenting the next six weeks of Winter.  I shared this photo on Facebook, and a friend replied that six more weeks is six more weeks until Spring, no matter how you look at it!  Which, of course, is true.
So, as I am making Christmas gifts, I guess I will get back to it.

Hope everyone is having a good February 2!


Beth said…
Thank you Sue for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I am now a follower!
Anonymous said…
Hi Sue, The ice is so dangerous. I hope you won't lose power.
Anne Jeffries said…
Hi, Sue. We are having our taste of snow and ice today. It's so cold even the cardinals and robins are hiding. But the sun is shining brightly and the icicles are starting to melt.

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