is rapidly approaching record rainfall in the Puget Sound area and
snow in the mountains. We're spending more time around the woodstove
as we prepare for the holidays ahead, wishing for a white Christmas,
instead of just wet!
For year two, we made the trip to Snoqualmie for the Santa Train.
The weather forecasted snow, but all we had for the day was a chilly
wind and overcast skies. Guess we can't complain if the roads up the
mountain were only wet, instead of being covered in ice or snow.
A friend of mine sent a wonderful email,
reminding us of the differences world events have made on our lives
this Christmas. I'd like to share that special reminder with all my
visitors this year. <CHRISTMAS 2001>
OTHER DECEMBER EVENTS
Kristopher, Sally & I both had birthdays this
month. Been pretty busy here!!
Lost another dear friend this month, just after
her 55th birthday. Shirley and I had known each
other since I started at Navy Hospital in 1983. I'm definitely going
to miss this wonderful lady.