Road warnings

Late yesterday afternoon, Sara and I headed down to Saskatoon.  She and I needed to be at a parnet/teen meeting getting ready for her trip to California for the Easter break with Youth For Christ.  Since Sara has been little, visiting Disneyland has been one of her dreams.  Since it was never high on our agenda for vacation spots, I am glad she can finally go.  She has no friends who have decided to go along with her; it’s fairly expensive, but has has been working with this trip in mind.  I think she will do well in the friend making department – she is one of the nicest kids I know.(even if I do say so myself)

Anyway – those roads to Saskatoon!  Not bad from PA to Duck Lake.  Then they became snow and ICE covered for major stretches.  Slow driving – 60 to 80 kph most of the way.  And back over the same roads at night.  I hope it wams up enough to melt that stuff off the roads soon.  Leo drives the same roads today. 

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  1. Deb Yaremko

    WOW! I just stumbled upon your blog. How wonderful to catch up on you and your family. Cute grandchildren. I’ll be in a nursing home before we have any. You’re right Sara is a great kid! Is she going to CBC next year? I can’t remember if she is in grade 11 or 12. Scott is going to CBC in the fall.

    Your blog entry on March 7th “Little People and God” could have been written by me except that I couldn’t write that well. Ditto! Small church — 7 children under 10. Actually 4 children until a few weeks ago.

    I’m glad Auntie Florence is doing ok.

    I would like to have a coffee with you and ponder over a jigsaw puzzle. That would be fun. I remember how much you liked puzzles.

    I don’t know if you will get this as I am kind of computer illiterate and don’t know how these blogs work.

    You write these to relieve stress and I play Boggle sometimes till 2 in the morning on the website WEBOGGLE. Ebba plays too. Waste of time (or maybe not).

    God is good and he is our best stress reliever. Agree?

    Love you,

    Deb