Another Turns 8
Another turns 8. Today one of our granddaughters turned 8. Eight is a big deal in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We call it the age of accountability. We believe baptism isn’t necessary unless you are old enough to discern right from wrong. Eight is the age of accountability in our church.
She’s excited about being baptized.
We had a little snow during the night. I took the blower out again and cleaned off the driveway and sidewalks. Now that I’m done, my back aches and so does my foot.
I’m sure there are snowblowers with steering, but you have to wrestle this thing to steer it. It probably weighs a couple hundred pounds and it is very difficult to turn. My ManPlow doesn’t have this problem.
I finished up with the ManPlow. It seemed it would be easier to push the small amount missed by the blower than to attempt to steer the snowblower.
Now I realize I need to pick up another gas can to keep with the snowblower.
While I fully expected few guests at the temple (because of the weather), I am pleasantly surprised we had a few people brave the weather.