It is going to take a bit of getting used to this new priest. While he seems very engaging, leaving the lectern to give his homilies, and shaking peoples hands as he leaves church, it is still very hard to understand him at times. One needs to listen very, very carefully and even then at times infer what he is saying. Also we are very used to short homilies in the summer due to the church getting so very warm.... I don't think that will happen any longer. In fact for the last two Sundays he has managed to go well over time. Considering that twice a month he will need to be in one of two villages to serve Mass things could be a bit tight.
Yesterday we traveled to Regina and for the first time got to see Kris's vehicle after the accident. Oh my, I really believe that car is at least 2 feet shorter. The entire back is smashed in and the front where it was pushed into another vehicle did not fare much better.
There is no way the car is fixable so we removed everything we could from the trunk and seats. Shut her up and now just need to wait and see what insurance will allow us to have for her when they write it off. Probably not very much at all, but every little bit will help when it comes to Kris being able to buy another vehicle.
He was quite happy that we brought the truck in for him to use until a new to him vehicle is purchased.
We priced out doors and think we have found the best deal at Lowes. So once we get the truck back we will be buying a new door. Hopefully that will help with heating costs this winter as well. With the cost of electric and gas rising every little bit that we can keep in the house will be a savings.
Off to do a quick blog read.
Everybody have a wonderful evening.