Day after Election Day. I went to bed, having avoided the TV and the news and everything, believing that one candidate would win. Woke to discover that I was wrong, and that Mr. Trump seems to have taken it. Interesting, very. And from all accounts, even the area in which we now live, normally rock-solid Democrat, went for him. Interesting. So the accusations and bitterness and all that is not ended. Change of gears, yes. Done, no.
Cold and rainy here, not nice. But no snow, yet, which is unexpected. Would not be surprised to see it within the week though. Normal for this area, actually, would have been snow two weeks ago or more. I don't miss it, not a bit, hoped to never see it again. Oh, well. And the predictions are for more snow than usual, and more bitterly cold than usual as well. I'm still putting the plastic film on the windows, running late on it in fact.
The Old Testament reading today is chapters 51 and 52 of Jeremiah, completing it for the year.
The New Testament reading is chapter 6 of the Hebrews.