Monday, April 24, 2006

A Little Behind

I haven't had much time at the computer lately, and I'm having some trouble with blogger today.

My parents are coming to visit next weekend, so I'm trying to get as much of the spring cleaning done as I can before they get here.

I have jury duty again this Friday. It always seems to fall right in the middle of when I'm the most busy.

Weather Update: With 70 degree temps, our 24 inches of snow melted quickly revealing the green grass and tulip bulbs beneath.

This morning we woke up to another 6 inches of snow on the ground. Our forecast today is for thundersnows - heavy snow (an inch per hour) with lightening. Interesting spring weather.

8 comments:

grace said...

woohoo! finally!

David Cho said...

That is not a "little" behind.

grace said...

Hey! whadya mean by that!

David Cho said...

Wait, that is not you, right? I didn't say it was "big."

Nice socks (if that is you :D).

Cindy said...

For what it's worth, I don't recommend wasting time contacting Blogger about whatever problems you're having. They don't know what's going on either. And I don't think they would/have time to explain it if they did. If you still have a complete template- make a copy of it now! My new mantra.

Jamie Arpin-Ricci said...

Grace,

It just occured to me that you live a days drive from here (I think). Go figure.

Peace,
Jamie

Jamie Arpin-Ricci said...

inheritor,

Feel free to email me with more details of what you are looking for. jamiearpinricci AT arpin-ricci D0T com

Peace,
Jamie

Inheritor of Heaven said...

Hey Jamie, couldn't get the email to go through. Here are some churches that were recommended to me:

Sherwood Park Lutheran Church
St. Aidan's
St. Anne's was listed as a possible
as was Christ Church.
St. George's in Brandon was also named.
One of the Lutheran Renewal people says when he is in Winnipeg he often worships at Springs Church.

From looking at some websites I would guess that Springs is closest to our worship experience at our home church. The others may well agree in practice but it appears their worship is much more traditionally liturgical than what we do on a regular basis. I don't have a problem with liturgical worship and it might well be a good change for a weekend but I wonder how my kids would fare.
Thanks for your input (if you have any).