Saturday night, just before turning down the sheets, Judy began feeling poorly – like she was coming down with a head cold. I insisted that she take a shot of Nyquil and hit the hay. Well, yesterday morning she woke up real groggy with her head still feeling like a sinus attack was underway.
Being that it was Sunday, we ended up attending the ten o’clock Armchair Worship Service (AWS) in our PJs with a cup of coffee; i.e. tuning in on the internet from our recliners. That is a unique ministry of Church On The Eastern Shore. They broadcast all three services live and in their entirety – 8:30, 10:00, and 11:30. You can watch them by pulling up their website at www.cotes.tv. Now we’d rather be there in person, but whenever we are traveling (or not feeling well) we can “logon” and attend the virtual worship service as long as we have a good internet connection.
As the day progressed, and after a nice hot shower, my bride began to feel a little better. We ventured out for a short visit with Paul and Mary as they are leaving in the morning and we wanted to visit the katts as well as see the “Moose” (their motorhome). Even though they’re leaving the Plantation, they’ll still be in the area for a while so we’ll be having some more outings with them.
At five thirty I went over to the clubhouse for the announcement time (Judy “stood” to home) and joined Paul and Mary, Don and Gloria, and Norm and Linda. More socializing, just what I do best. Next I headed back home to be greeted by my PJs so I donned them quickly (do you see a pattern emerging in my day?). Then Judy and I watched a little more football while doing some reading. A nice peaceful end to a nice Lower Alabama day.
Take It Easy And God Bless - - - - - - - -
Cool idea about AWS. How much data does the video stream consume for a typical service?ReplyDelete