....We recorded a record low temperature for Thursday morning!
....The church community garden donated 360 pounds of produce to food pantries in the area, bringing the total thus far in the season to 833 pounds!
....Our Holston Conference United Methodist Women held their Mission u Event at a church in a nearby town. That meant I was able to stay home rather than pack my suitcase for a stay in a motel!
....Two of the studies were based on the books that were featured in the blog on Friday. The other study was a repeat from last year on the Roma of Europe.
....The weather "caught us up" a bit on our rainfall total, which has been nearly seven inches below the average. Now we are under five inches behind.
....So - as welcome as the rain was here, this is what it was like as I was going to Mission u on Saturday morning.
Are you able to see the wet road?
More of the same.
It was 8:30 on Saturday morning, yet these were conditions as we drove down the road where there were trees overhanging on both sides.
It was like driving at night for a short distance.
Even the soccer field shows evidence of the overnight rain.
No practices or games here on that day!
It was good to reach our destination and see this welcoming sign!
This is only part of the week-end, so more will be featured in the next post.
I hope you had a good week-end and are ready for a good week ahead.
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