One thing I did get off the list of "things to do" in my head was go see my Mother this morning to take her up the new coat I had found for her. I had gotten the coat at Sears after Christmas, at an amazing great price, under $100.00 including taxes. It has been a very very long time since Mother had a new coat, so I figured she deserved one. All I was concerned about was whether the size would fit, and would she like the colour which is a soft sage green, and the style.
While I was there a lady had came in to visit with Mom. She had known Mom from her Day Away years. I was amazed at this lady explaining about the Minister in her Church who "layed on hands" and healed someone in the hospital that she had been witness to. She had told me she had been a doubting Thomas about such things, and had she not witnessed it herself she would still not believe it. A lady who had a progressive cancer was deemed "cancer free" by the Specialist two weeks after the Minister had "layed hands" on her. The Specialist apparently could not believe this recovery either as for the type of cancer it was unheard of. I was very taken with this lady and her witness to such a miracle.
Personally I believe we all have Gifts, and if we took more to listening to that "little voice within" things might be different for us at times. How many times myself have I ignored that "little voice within"? I would hate to begin to count.
I barely got home to look after all the Aussies and have a bite to eat when Rob called to ask "could I please go run an errand for him in town". That pretty much took up the rest of my day until he got back home.
I also had some outdoor fun with the Aussies today. It was too cold to have Buddy put out in his run today, so I had then all out today pretty much on a one to one basis all day on and off. Bandit and Lexus had some one on one time to themselves today.
Brrr ... it was -19 this morning. The brr factor increased this evening with the temperature having had dropped to -25*C.
Yes I can say "COLD", "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".