I awoke today to the sound of the snowplow going down the Old Glenn Highway. Another 4 or so inches of fresh fallen snow. This makes nearly a foot of snow in the past 24 hours. I looked out the window, with its aluminum tracks peppered in white frost. Snow was piling up outside like powdered sugar on Christmas cookies. This didn’t bother me as Monday is my day off.
I let Toonie (the dog) out to do her business as usual. It was funny to watch her. The snow up to her chest. She would jump, and plop down in the snow bank, then jump and plop again. She continued this until she reached near the fence to do her duty and repeated her jump-plop motion to get back to the deck.
After making a hearty breakfast of eggs and sausage I watched some television and then decided to gear up and shovel snow. On my car was 4 inches of neatly stacked snow and the sidewalks covered with a foot snow since I didn’t shovel the previous day.
|Toonie loves the snow|
|The mountains were hard to see since it was snowing.|
|Love the trail guided by spruce trees|
|The snow just stacks up on the railing|
For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the likeness of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers. (Romans 8:29)