A long day, the first day of daylight savings is.
I got up, got ready for church and walked Danny before I went. He was still sleepy. He doesn't know about daylight time. The minister announced she was leaving at the end of April. She has another position in Dover. She had been here eight years and that's long for a Methodist minister. When I first heard she had been here eight years, I figured she would be moving on soon. I don't like to see her go. I haven't known her eight years but only about two. Her husband does a lot of work for the church, too. He helps to run the Contemporary Service with the music and helps out with all kinds of jobs. He even helps out with the nursery children during the Traditional Service. They have done a lot for the church and we will miss them.
This afternoon, my family went to Red Lobster for my sister-in-laws birthday dinner. It was supposed to be for my brother, Don, too but Don has come down with another cold and wasn't feeling too good. They were having a Lobster Fest so I ordered a lobster tail. I haven't had lobster for years and it was good. It was nice to come out of the restaurant and have it still be daylight. I even took Danny out while it was still light.
News from the Vorlon Wife.Posted by tedkarol at March 13, 2011 9:53 PM