The Daily Dash: January 11, 2018 {Nashville Snowpocalypse} #HumanTraffickingAwarenessDay

by brenna

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Wearing a t-shirt today, but that won’t be the case tomorrow…

The Daily Dash: January 11, 2018 {Nashville Snowpocalypse} #HumanTraffickingAwarenessDay

* Death toll rises to 17 in CA mudslides, another 17 still missing
* Teacher handcuffed & arrested for speaking her mind about a superintendent’s raise at a public meeting
* Human Trafficking Awareness Day

You don’t know what you are going to do; the only thing you know is that God knows what he is doing – Oswald Chambers

We’ve had quite a cold (but beautiful) winter thus far, going for weeks without getting above freezing. Ironically, today Nashville is in the 60’s and our whole family is actually wearing t-shirts today. However, tomorrow is said to be a different story: we’re supposed to get hit with a huge snow storm overnight!

So what does that mean here in the south? Gas lines wrap around the corner and people stock up on groceries like they might not have power for a week (though I’ve never seen that happen here). Either way, we’re excited for the change and here’s hoping to getting to make snowmen tomorrow!

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The Daily Dash: January 11, 2018 {Nashville Snowpocalypse} #HumanTraffickingAwarenessDay

Hope you make it a great day!

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