Texas can relate, somewhat. No tornadoes, yet but it had been in the 80's only to drop into the 30's and 40's in a matter of hours. Not sure if it's the weather climate change that is due for this time of year ... or ... global warming is rattling mother-nature's cage ... or ... some foreign government has finally created the ultimate weather machine and have it zoned it on the U.S. Next week's forecast: unseasonably warm. No rain. Speaking of an "inch", reminds me of a guy I once knew. Anyway, another story, another blog, another day.
Same thing called for here. I'm looking forward to the snow! I hope we get it! It's been raining since 530am. Thunder woke me up!
At least you've got summer to look forward to. Our temp is steadily dropping now and a wild, wet and windy winter awaits.
The grass is always greener, eh, Lou?You were basking in the joys of spring and summer while we were frigid and miserable.Maybe I should live in NZ in ,"your" summer, and then come back here in "mine."
I usually shut down after.....Oh nevermind.
LOL, Mistress Maddie! I can't even remember! We had snow last night and it's supposed to be in the low 70's this weekend. Last week a tree blew down in my back yard! Weather weirdness! Who knows what spring will be like?
Post a Comment