Around here, we are bracing for round two of severe winds that did a lot of damage on Thursday.
At our house, we only had a lawn chair and sprinkler head break in Thursday's storm. The majority of our neighbors did not fare as well. A few miles away my parents, though without power for almost 48 hours and a few fence panels less were lucky too.
Tonight we are expecting round two of the storm. The giant pine tree in my parent's front yard that keeps my dad up worrying during every wind storm was not thought to make it through some more near-hurricane force winds. (Because if it were to come down, there would be nowhere for it to go but on their house!)
So who was the 'lucky' guy recruited to climb the tree?
My dear husband. It is a dang good thing I wasn't there for the highest points of his ascent...
It was humbling to see neighbors and church members from my parent's congregation come and go during the tree cutting process. It was a wonderful sight to see.
Few members of the LDS church in Davis County attended more than an hour of church today...
"The greatest sermons aren't preached. They are lived."