Happy Monday to you! This is the beginning of a new week. How does the week ahead look for you? The weather has certainly been much in the news. If you have been buried with snow, does it seem like it will be letting up for you this week?
It was a busy week-end here. I was out-of-town for a Conference UMW Executive Committee meeting for part of the week-end. The weather forecast had been a bit indefinite about our chance of some "wintry weather," but the meeting was able to proceed as scheduled, thankfully. The United Methodist Women are all about missions, and it was good to have a week-end for planning our various directions. I returned by Saturday evening after spending time among some very dedicated women.
On Saturday night, The Husband and I were able to attend a dance in honor of the Chinese New Year that was sponsored by the small town nearby. This was the second such dance, last year's being for the Year of the Snake, and this one for the Year of the Horse. There were several friends who also attended, and it was good to have time to catch up some with them.
On Sunday, we attended worship with the Country Couple (Country Girl and Country Man) at the country church where they were married. Afterward we enjoyed going out to eat lunch at a nearby Cracker Barrel.
So - it seems like the week-end passed in a bit of a whirl. Include some time spent to fine-tune a book review that I am scheduled to give this week, plus some wonderful Facetime with Munchomom and family, and the week-end was quite full! Oh - also of interest to The Husband was the PGA tournament at Pebble Beach. It appeared to be a little cold there! Also, it is cold where the Olympics are being held! I admire these athletes for making the sacrifices they have had to make in order to be able to compete at this level. Their accomplishments are just amazing!
I have been missing from my blog rounds for a few days because of the schedule. Hopefully I will be making it back before too long. Thank you for hanging on with me.
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