It was a very busy weekend, and I have nothing vintage to share.
Saturday was the Christmas Parade in the town where I teach. A little town of about 1,000 people had a parade with around 50 entries in it. I think that's pretty good! Our Community Teachers Association (I'm Vice-President) had a float. I love the people that I work with, and we always have so much fun when we get together. The theme for the parade was "Christmas Miracles" and as we couldn't do a religious theme, we chose to focus on families being together, and focused on military families being reunited for Christmas. The grandson of one of our members is a Marine and he's home now, so he agreed to be on the float. It was a great day.
Then on Sunday I had church and Sunday School, took my truck to the mechanic (the steering gearbox needs to have a seal replaced - so no power steering on the drive to the mechanic, 15 miles away), then drove over to the town I teach in to a photographer appointment. Back home for our Sunday School Christmas party (always a good time) then over to Grandma's to visit my family that is visiting from out of state, and finally, home to do a load of laundry before bed.
Therefore, I really have nothing vintage to post about today. However, I do want to share this great clip of Rose Nylund's St. Olaf words. Somehow, this seems to be a great way to start out the week. Hope you enjoy, it's not very long.
Have a great Monday!