Day. 66⁰ Sunny this morning then becoming partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 60s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
Night 44° Partly cloudy in the evening then clearing. Lows in the lower 40s. West winds 5 to 10 mph.
Please continue to pray for those affected by Monday night’s deadly storms that they recover as soon as possible in all ways, physically, mentally, financially and spiritually and any other “lly”s that you can think of.
There were five of us today at Grandies. Betty needed to go home and did not stay to play canasta work the rest of us. After Grandies was over Ella and I went to pick up aluminum cans that she had been saving for us. We stopped by home to get the large bag of crushed cans we had there. Them we drove to Wilco Iron & Metal Recycling, L.L.C. in Jarrell
It was nearly two o’clock so we stopped at Dairy Queen in Jarrell for lunch. And then came back home, without driving the interstate, by driving on the bypass. Slightly slower with a whole lot less traffic.
Adam came over for a couple of hours and loaned me jumper cables so I could top off the charge on Rudolf the red nose pickup’s battery. It had been sitting for quite a while now. Tomorrow the new buyer is coming to take it away. I’m assuming he will be parted out and sold for scrap unless they want to replace or repair his Allison transmission.
Today’s reading began with 1 Chronicles 1 which lists the genealogy from Adam to Abraham’s sons. And I read through 1 Chronicles 9 which ends with the names of Azels six sons. Day 29
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