I have friends in Nebraska who are watching the rising river in their area wash away very precious crops. Another friend just finished a vacation through Glacier National Park and the Icefields north of Banff Canada where some roads are still closed due to snow. Yet, here in Texas, the almost 100 degree days and no decent rainfall since January is really affecting our precious water supply. Extremely dry conditions and wind don’t mix well. 50 acres burned near us on Friday. I know that is nothing like the fires in Arizona/New Mexico; however, when it is burning nearby and the wind is blowing, it seems just as big.
We don’t usually have sandbars in this part of Lake Houston. Let’s pray that the three days of rain in the forecast for later this week materialize.
We took a step away from stresses of work yesterday to help some friends celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary.
Si and I celebrate 10 years soon. Spending time with friends like John and Elaine and hearing about their memories makes me wish I had met Simon a few years earlier.
How many years have you known the love of your life?