Continuing Home

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Sunday, March 08, 2009

If the clock didn't get you, the ice did...

...was the essence of a remark by Deacon Miller this morning. And it's true our numbers were down a bit this morning. I simply forgot about daylight savings time going into effect last night, until I turned on my computer and saw the time change. Oops. At least it was early enough that I could make it to church in time for the Scripture Study class.

Except for the icy roads. We had hail and snow last night and road conditions were terrible; a nearby auto accident took one life, and another hill was littered with cars that couldn't make it up. We noted a few off the road on the way to church... a reminder to slow down and take it easy.

Others were not so lucky. The northern contingent didn't make it at all. Apparently the big snowfall slated for Woodinville went a bit further north instead. One phone call expressed uncertainty about road conditions in Woodinville -- as a result the church website now has a Weather & Road Conditions page.


  • At 2:27 PM, Blogger Anglican Parish Priest said…

    That's great, and really useful, too. Only in the microclimates of Western Washington does one need a "Weather and Road Conditions" page on a Church website. Could we add a "Downed Fir Trees Alert"?

  • At 7:53 PM, Blogger Continuing Home said…

    As soon as I learn of such an alert, it will be there!!! (But I'll include cedars and other such hazardous trees also.)


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