In the Meantime…

…here are a few photos showing what this part of Washington is experiencing because of their heavy snow that is melting and has no where to go since the ground is saturated or frozen. The folk around here are saying this is worse than the flooding in 1996.

The photos I’m showing you are areas that are usually fields not lakes.

This wasn’t a waterfront property before.

Highway 395 had to post detours north of here because of water on the roadway. Hopefully heavy rains will not be in the forecast and the ground will be able to absorb all this excess water. We are glad our kids and their extended family here live on higher ground.

We enjoyed the homecoming of our kids with their little one. While we were waiting for them to be discharged we saw these visitors just outside our granddaughter’s nursery.

Here’s a little sneak peak of our little granddaughter. One wee foot!

Soon I’ll be able to share more. We are getting lots of good cuddle time before we head back home.

So grateful to God for keeping our daughter-in-law and granddaughter safe during pregnancy and delivery.

8 thoughts on “In the Meantime…

  1. I feel so badly for the people who are suffering the damage from the flooding. It is hard to recover from something like that.

    Loved seeing that sweet little foot. 🙂 Enjoy her all you can before you head home.

  2. What a darling little foot!

    I am concerned about flooding here as well this spring with all the snowpak in the mountains not to mention the snowpak here. Praying for the best possible outcome in those Washington hills and plains and everywhere.

  3. Darling wee foot…..love that little peek at her. One of my favourite things to do when our own girls were born and our grandchildren was to look at and hold their wee feet and hands….a miracle. Precious. Enjoy the newness.

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