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Our devotional today was from Psalm 43:5. The lesson we got from it was this: when you are down and things look hopeless (and we all get that way from time to time) don't forget to turn towards God and put your hope in Him. The last time we read this particular devotional was when we were on our way to Valdez, Alaska in 1997. We pulled out of camp at 7:45 heading towards Nebraska, crossing into the state at 8:30. Our morning was very nice...72 ...
... t so good for my return itinerary. Hopefully, Sarah will be in Indianapolis for New Years and we will be together again there. We didn’t exactly pass each other in the night, but close. Just as I was crossing from Colorado into Nebraska, they were passing from Nebraska into Colorado, but I was on a route that went about 50 miles south of the route they were on. We waved and blew kisses anyway.
Today was spent helping Grandpa with chores around the farm and getting ready to head out of Nebraska in the morning. I'm struggling with the decision of whether to go or not. The weather is a little questionable with a stationary front stalled along the Nebraska-Kansas border. I'm debating on staying a few more days and not going to Kentucky. ...
It rained a little last night, but the sun is out again today. It was kind of a lazy day today. We did get out the keyboard and had music lessons. I fought with computers that weren't working right and wasted way too much time with that task.
In the evening, after dinner, we drove down to Taylor to visit with Aunt S and Uncle P. JJ and I helped her cut lavender and pull some weeds out of her garden until the mosquitoes started to eat us up. JP and Omi "helped" Uncle P ...
We had sunshine again today so things continue to dry out nicely. We even got the bikes out and the kids rode up and down the driveway. JJ spent some time with Grandpa digging a trench and laying conduit to reroute the electric wire across a gate opening. He enjoyed his time being helpful. Grandpa even let him drive the 4-wheeler out in the pasture.