Tuesday Morning


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It seems so odd that we would get rain in the middle of January which created a total mess of the roads.  I wanted to run an errand last night and Petey slid … “slid” mind you … down the driveway and out into the street.  I made it to the first turn and my front wheels went left and Petey went straight.  Needless to say but I turned around and went right back home.  Nothing was worth going out in that hazard.  Oh yeh, and the rain turned to snow around midnight.  So we have snow on top of ice.  Fun, fun, fun!

In the meanwhile we will work from home today and listen to the snowplows go by and wish those who are brave enough to attempt to travel a hearty “Good Luck!“.  The coffee is just as warm here as it is when I make it at work with far fewer headaches.  I’d probably fall on the ice and land on my arse anywho.

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I think this is the part where you are to write something clever and witty about yourself. I’m solidly locked in middle age and content with myself. I love to travel to see and experience new things, new foods and new drink. I also like to cook and bake mainly because I like to eat. And I found out that I’m pretty good at both. I'm not a professional blogger nor do I want to be. I'll leave that to others while I'll kick back and post whatever suddenly pops into my brain. I'm more spontaneous anyway. And the rest we’ll just kinda sorta figure out as we go along. Feel free to leave comments or even just to say "Hello". Find me at: https://mnghostt.wordpress.com.

18 thoughts on “Tuesday Morning”

    1. I think you should move north to have this experience. yep. you could learn to play pond hockey and learn to check someone clean off the pond. you can always apologize to your husband later on for doing that to him. that or laugh at him and call him a “wuss” cuz he complained.

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  1. Reading your blog everyday during the winter has made me realize that maybe it is not so bad living in the land of eternal summer.

    Excellent shot by the way.

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      1. You have the same problem as me though when it comes to moving. Those sweet little grandchildren. If my granddaughter was not here, I would consider moving to SC or NC or something like that. Four distinct seasons but the winters are not long and snow comes only rarely. Sometimes every few years. Just enough to enjoy it and be done with it 🙂

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