I was scheduled for my first COVID-19 vaccine this morning, so I was a little concerned when the forecast called for another snowstorm. My sister came over last night before the roads became snow-covered so she could stay with my parents while I would be gone. There was not much snow when we went to bed. However, there was about 6 inches of the wet, white stuff when we got up. My sister started singing, “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” from the movie Frozen. Needless to say, it stuck. My sister recounted a video she saw at a nursing home who had brought in snow from the outside so the residents could build with it. We asked my parents if they wanted to build a snowman, but they declined. I called the vaccination clinic and was happy that I was able to postpone my appointment by a couple of hours. After breakfast I went out to see what needed to be shoveled. I was thrilled to discover that the vast majority of it had already been done by the company the housing complex hired. Since I was already bundled up, I figured it would be fun to play in the snow. I poked my head in the house and asked if anyone wanted to come build a snowman. Again, my parents declined, but my sister came out. We each put together a little snowman on the railing of the porch and invited my parents out to take a look. Luckily, we snapped a few photos because once the sun came out, the poor fellows became a pile of mush. After lunch I drove on clear roads to receive my first vaccine. I felt very blessed to have the opportunity.
I Found God today playing outside and receiving my vaccine.