What Do You See Outside YOUR Open Window Today?
Saturday, September 18, 2021
Saturday Roundup and Blessings
Here it is Saturday evening, and I really don't have much to say. Thought I'd go through some random pictures from the week and see if we can put it together into some kind of post!
This was the morning sunrise one fine morning this week! I love how the contrails criss-crossing across the sky glow in the morning sunlight. It was a beautiful way to start the day...
And then on another morning this past week the skies looked like this... a foggy mist above the pond in the early morning before the sun began to rise. The lights are from cars passing on the road on the other side of those trees, driving through the fog to get to work on time. We've had several foggy mornings this week. It's that in between season time when it can't make up its mind if it's going to be cool and cloudy or warm and humid. Usually once the sun comes up it's still pretty hot and humid.
Now this is a picture of progress. We've had road construction going on in our little town for as long as we've lived here. They are four-laning the main highway through town, and on this particular day they were putting up some new traffic lights to change lanes from one side to the new completed side so they can finish working on the other side. Confused? You should live here. At least it's progress.
A week or so ago I showed you some little signs of autumn here, and today I check them out again and the little cut down maple trees are doing their best to keep growing.
I hope they will get big and tall again and let their colors glow!!
Speaking of glowing...a week or so ago I told my daughter in love that we had some good rib eye steaks in the freezer but our gas grill no longer worked so I wasn't sure when or how we were going to cook them. Well, the very next day she and our son showed up in our driveway with this in the back of their truck.
No, it wasn't brand new, but it was as good as new, except it needed a few new parts. My sweet DIL ordered the parts and they brought them over one day this past week too.
Today our son the grill chef put all the new parts in it and got it fired up...and it worked like a charm!
So we decided to test it with some hamburgers tonight.
I said I didn't want to ruin those good steaks on it until we were sure it was going to work good enough for steaks! LOL.
Oh, BTW, did you notice his t-shirt? LOL. Anyway...
The burgers turned out perfect, and so as soon as we can get together with our other kids again, (and also have enough steaks to go around for the whole family), we will be having them over for a steak dinner!
I love how resourceful our family is. We are very blessed indeed.
Here's some food for thought regarding our children, no matter what their age:
Good Night My Friends.
May you sleep in peace.
(This is our sunset right now. Nothing spectacular, but still beautiful in its own way.
We are blessed with God's perfect peace.)