As I walked into St Stephen's, Salvage, this afternoon I listened as the wooden structure was buffeted by strong winds and freezing rain. We gathered, those of us who were able to, for the funeral of a gentleman who often told stories of growing up in Salvage. As a fisherman he sailed through rough seas and was buffeted by winds. By coincidence, if one believes in such, we sang "I feel the Winds of God Today."
Following the funeral I visited with the family.
Tomorrow we are getting ready for the Seder Supper. I went to Sandringham this evening and the ladies were busy with their preparations. As I walked in there was a sack of potatoes and carrots donated, also we were given 6 dozen eggs for our Seder.