2020 January 29 Wednesday in Liberty Hill, Texas
e’re looking forward to some goods passive solar to warm our home today.
ne of the troublesome things about waking early is that it takes duo looking for the sun to rise above the horizon. I’m awake, give me light!
Our Grandies** meeting lasted from nine until ten thirty. Normally we would have played canasta before heading home. Today, however, we brought or Fast Track game and played that instead. Bill, Karen, Rex, Ella and I played one game before Ella and I had to leave.
We took a little road trip this afternoon.
Arik, my oldest son, took us to a barbeque place in Pfluggerville Texas. Brotherton’s Black Iron Barbeque is not a fancy place at all. It is located in a small stripmall behind a gas station.
wanted to take a picture of the Traditional BBQ Sandwich. However, it was to darn good to put down for the photo. It was a true melt-in-your-mouth-and-4-napkins kind of sandwich.
e had choir practice tonight. We often practice in the chapel which was the the original church building on this property. It was constructed 150 years ago.
his sunset photo was actually taken before we left for for practice. That means that the sun had set before I took the above photo of the chapel. But the camera auto adjusted for the low light and made it much brighter than it truly was.
his was the moon and Venus that were shining so brightly when we came out of choir practice.
God bless and g’nite
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- Day 121 in our Texas home
- *The Over The Hill Gang, (3307 RR 1869) Any area senior 50 years or older is invited to join for fellowship and a meal every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. The first meal is free; afterwards, individuals are asked to donate $6 for their meal.
- **Grandies welcomes those 50+ every week with friendship, games and a ministry to connect to others. As a special part of their ministry, Grandies sign and send greeting cards with inspirational messages to those serving in the military, the sick or homebound and church members celebrating happy milestones like birthdays and graduation. Since this ministry started, more than 3,300 cards have been sent!
In the summer, Grandies also work to make available snack packs through Operation Liberty Hill for children who may not otherwise have enough food without a school in session. Additionally, they provide meals at Vacation Bible School. and host bake sales twice a year to raise funds for their important works.
Wednesdays, 9 a.m.
Currently meets at the OTHG building (3307 RR 1869)