I spent Christmas and New Year’s in Kentucky with family. It was a nice time, and as you can see from the photo, we had a substantial snowfall there – about nine inches I’d guess. It was beautiful – big, puffy flakes that covered everything. Blissfully, we never lost power. But, we were snowed in on the farm for a few days. My brother got out with the truck, but I stayed put.
It was no problem at all except I had wanted to go to Nashville to drive a Smart Car and it delayed that until Saturday. On the upside of that, friends from Kansas City were in Nashville on Saturday so I got to have lunch with them.
The reason I wanted to go drive a Smart Car was that I learned right before Christmas that I need to replace my car. I ended up renting a car to drive to Kentucky because I didn’t have time to do anything about that before then. Needless to say, this was not news I was happy to hear, but I’m sure the perfect answer will present itself.
I love the Smart Cars, but they don’t get very good gas mileage as you’d expect. So, I think it’s not the right choice for me. I’m considering if I want to buy something or lease. Not sure what to do, but I’ll find something perfect.
During the holiday season I got together with six women I graduated high school with. Some of them I hadn’t seen since graduation, none of them more recently than our ten year reunion I don’t think. However, Facebook is a great way to reconnect with people. You do feel like you get to know people by being involved in their daily lives. One of the women was so kind to organize and it was great to see everyone. Usually when I go home I hardly leave the farm. It was nice to see people from high school, and in some cases from grade school.
Now that 2013 is underway, I’m looking at what’s around the bend. As usual I made no New Year’s Resolutions, but did spend a little time thinking about what the next year should be. So many options. I am so blessed and so fortunate.