Whew, that was quite the storm. What a difference a day makes. I can't help but think about what folks went through back in the day. No weather forecasters to tell you whats coming days ahead of time. No time to buy groceries, fill the car up, have your cell phones charged and stack up the firewood. Of course, it could be mentioned that they didn't really need grocery stores, they had cellars with all their canned goods. And they didn't have cell phones and most likely didn't need to fill up their cars. But whatever, they still didn't know it was coming and I did so I'm thankful for that. So, Thank You Lord, thank You for fire, and fireplaces, and blankets and weather forecasters. And Jesus.
The freezing rains blew in late Wednesday night and lasted all day Thursday. We lost electricity around 11:00 a.m. and it came back on around 7:00 p.m. I think we were very fortunate. And also I am thankful for fire and fireplaces...I said that. Yea, especially for fireplaces, fire without fire places - not as good.
But we must remember they have thick hides and hair and they are built for this kind of stuff. In the wild they would not have a rancher breaking ice and feeding them hay.
They are not people they are cows........well these are heifers.
Look closely, there are a couple little birds in this bush.
Horses are frisky no matter what the weather is like.
Be safe, stay warm, I pray you don't lose your electricity.