I am back from NY. I flew up from Georgia and drove my truck down with a load of stuff from the farm. Having "stuff" is fine except it all requires attention especially as you move and more repositories you have. I am sure the day I die it will all be much simpler (at least for me).

I did some electrical work to my church. The cat is out of the bag now. More work is sure to come.

I went skiing for a couple of days. I am proud of myself and my progress. I can actually ski! Like flying, skiing is a good way to escape. It's hard (and downright unsafe) to think about work pressures when in the air or on the slopes. We saw a number of paraplegics on skis. That is inspiring.

The drive back to Georgia was similar to last time I drove down, but this time I noticed minute by minute, mile by mile:

  1. The gas getting cheaper (near 4 bucks in NY and near 3 buck in GA)
  2. The temperature getting warmer (Teens in NY and 60s in GA)
  3. The sky becoming much sunnier
  4. The rain and snow stopping
  5. The winds subsiding
  6. People becoming friendlier


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