Dropping like a rock

The temps, that is.  For weeks and weeks and many more weeks of fall,  we were consistently experiencing lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s.  That all changed abruptly on November 29, and now our highs are in the 30s, with an expected low of 15 tonight!  The good thing is that we saw snow flurries at Highlandville yesterday afternoon.  That, of course, is nothing compared to what our menfolk will be experiencing in Colorado in a few weeks.  I always say there’s no point having cold, windy weather without any snow.  Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

Except maybe not on the evening of December 6, when Jessica, Josiah, and the rest of our local AIM team will be wearing “foreign country” costumes (not all of which would be described as bulky and insulating) while they walk along the Branson Adoration parade route.  BRRRRR!

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