Tuesday, November 18, 2008


The pavement was clear when I left SVSU yesterday evening. My headlights caught a skiff of snow swirling ahead of me every once in awhile, but otherwise the road was dry. By the time I reached Freeland, I told myself to pay attention. There was snow on the road and the slush on either side of the tire tracks threatened to hijack my car. A few miles from home the slush was replaced with ice. I reached the stoplight half a mile from our house just as it turned yellow. When I touched the brakes my car, Ebenezer, started the hokey-pokey. I decided it was safer to slip through a "pink" light than to try to stop too quickly. It was a "Thank you Jesus" moment when I pulled safely into the driveway.

Logan's snow plow

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