Before your spit hits the ground

I've read that at negative 40 degrees Fahrenheit, water will freeze before it hits the ground. I don't know what the temperature is outside today, but it feels like water would freeze instantaneously. Curiously, it did look, however, like there was an open patch of water on the lake. I guess it could be from the springs.

We're doing marriage counseling this afternoon again with a couple whose wedding I'll be officiating this summer. Both have worked on summer staff in the past--actually quite recently. I do wish I had more training in that area--but experience helps. Speaking of which, I need to head home soon for that--if I don't freeze before I get there.

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