Well, the bulletin is turning out really well. I got the pictures up today, but the nametags will have to wait until next week. I ran out of time before church today.
As for other things, Mark and his friend John built a snowcave this past week and Mark and I spent a couple of nights in it. The first night we were warm, but very uncomfortable because the ground was pretty bumpy. Around 2:30 am that night, we left the cave to sleep at home so that we could get some sleep. Disappointed in my experience, I told Mark that I wanted to try again. So, last night I took a bunch of blankets to the cave to layer underneath our sleeping bag. Sleep came easily last night. We were again quite warm, and this time comfortable. Last night's issue was that it's been so warm that the ceiling of the cave had sunk down about a foot and it was hard to maneuver about the cave. There was also a small fear that it would collapse on us during the night. But, lo and behold, we're fine and it didn't collapse.
Here's a picture of our snowy house.
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