The forecast for this past Saturday was very grim calling for severe thunderstorms. I was kind of regretting that we had said we would go over to watch Jack play baseball and then bring him home with us, but decided to just trust the Lord would get us over there and back safely. It stayed cloudy, but no rain happened and the clouds turned out to be a blessing since Jack's game was delayed for over an hour and it was HOT along with very strong winds that would not stop. As it turned out a little later, I should have brought sunscreen instead of an umbrella because the sun did come out and we were able to see Jack's team play a full game. It sprinkled on us coming home just a little and we made it through the day with no rain.
Jack had a single and then made it all the way home.
We came home and had a little time to go to the park before it was time to get ready for church.
Did I say it was very hot outside? Yes, it was and so we dressed accordingly for church. DH and I were greeters and to our surprise, by the time we were standing ready at the front door to greet, the weather had drastically changed and now, it was a blast of cold every time we opened the door! We survived and thank goodness, I was able to get the loan of a shawl to stay warm.
A little iPad before bedtime.
And a little more iPad while I cook breakfast.
Finally, a look at that sweet face!
Jack wanted another Rubik's cube, so on Sunday morning we went shopping. The morning was gorgeous, but geez, it was 48 degrees and the wind was still so strong, it felt even colder.
The storms east of us were tragic and the flooding everywhere and the loss of lives was disheartening. We can never know when such things will strike and I'm sure the people who were affected never dreamed how their day would end up when they awoke that morning.