After taking these photos, my wife warned my Dad not to go down the steps of his patio because it was all iced and he said yes. The next day we went, he told us that he went baboom baboom in the steps. Oh poor Dad, I know that it hurt him because that stair is high. He said that he tried to lean up the snows and iced but his feet slid. I'm still thankful that he didn't get hurt that bad.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
These are the icicles that formed at the back of my Dad's house.
Here's a view of the Rail Way Bridge between Steubenville and Follansbee River. The photo was taken from the other bridge while on a moving car, courtesy by my wife.
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Forget the blues and enjoy blogging through Blue Monday, Mellow Yellow Monday, Ruby Tuesday.
When our daughter attended a vacation bible study in Korea two years ago, she received this disc with stories and songs about Bible. We put it in our car, so every time we are going somewhere, we always listen to it.
My daughter memorize every song in it so if you ask her about the stories, she can tell you all about it.
She won an international smile contest for the month of October 2009. This contest was sponsored by Division of Pediatric Dentistry, Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada.
God bless y'all!