January flew by so fast that I hardly noticed the thaw. We had rain one day in January that took our snow from over 30 inches down to four or five inches. I really thought the ground was frozen but I guess not all the water just disappeared. That was a miracle for this small town and the residents here.
I did get my Trek all tuned up and took her for a couple of good rides. Sorry, no pics but it was frosty with plenty of snow out there. I enjoyed the wild turkeys, deer, and bald eagles. I will take some shots with my cell phone next trip out and be sure to share some of the adventure with you.
We missed our January launch date for the new Family History Expos website but by crickey we got ‘er launched in January! It took working 24 hours a day for a couple of days and at least 20 hours a day for the final two weeks before launching. We had the most amazing obstacles like computer crashes, the Arizona Expo in the middle of it all, and bugs! I’m thrilled to have it up and running and thrilled to be back on my bike.
Riding my bike clears my mind and strengthens my body. It is exhilarating and refreshing. Of course I didn’t ride today as the temperature has not risen above 10 degrees Fahrenheit and with the wind it is too cold for my lungs. Jumping Jacks will have to do for the next few days.
Keep smiling and keep going for the gusto! I love my life and pray that yours is full of miracles and adventure too.by Holly