Yesterday we watched the starling flocks, several of them, wheeling and turning in the evening sky at Arundel and diving in into the rushes. Quite a few of the ponds there had ice, and we are supposed to be in for a cold night.
Jean and I were on the doors in the morning - doing route calls. So at last I have got my magazine route for January started. Two lovely magazines we are offering - one about a government that will be free from corruption, which is of course the incoming Kingdom of God, the government we pray for when we say the Lord's prayer; and the other about how the creation reveals Jehovah's glory. It tells us clearly of its Grand Creator.
On Thursday we went to West Wittering beach, with a side trip to Itchenor Harbour.. It was a lovely day. The weather is so strange - blue skies full of spring like clouds at one moment, and then, suddenly ominous rain clouds. If it were colder, we would have had a lot of snow down here. Many fields are flooded. I don't know what today will bring as it still dark, but there is a box of sandwiches and cake in the fridge for the Captain, in case its photography weather.