We love snow! Yes we live in the right place if we love that white stuff that frequently falls from the sky. But we don't love what happens when it all melts. We took Katrina, our missionary friend, to the airport on Tues. morning. We couldn't get our van in our driveway, so we had to leave it at a friend's house on the other side of the village. Katrina's flight was VERY early. Don't ask me why she had to get the 5am flight. That meant we had to leave our house at 3am. And it wasn't like we could just jump in the van. Try imagining this (it was too dark at that hour for pictures). Jason went ahead to warm up the van. So Katrina and I headed across the back field with a flashlight and most of her luggage. The field was wet but not as muddy as the road. But when we started across the wheat field I just knew we would sink in or maybe slide farther than we wanted to, so we went around. When we saw the headlight of the van it was a welcomed sight. Jason met us at the end of the paved road and we were glad to ride the rest of the way to the airport. We were all happy to get Katrina to the airport on time, in spite of the mud.