Saturday, January 03, 2015

Early post


I'm writing early tonight, because in about 45 minutes, this big-red thing will be knocking on our door.

I choose to believe it will pass on by. Sometimes when it visits, it takes the power with it. So rather than sit here in the dark and fret, I'm posting early.

Today's been a rainy day. When it slacked of after lunch, Jilda and I took the dogs for a walk. Even then I could hear wind in the bare trees and I thought, "I better get back and check the weather.

The local guy is on the television giving frequent updates.

If we have power when it passes through, I'll do a post script.
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P.S. The severe weather was a non-event. We had lightening and distant thunder but it rolled through and the lights never blinked. 

Have a great weekend.



10 comments:

  1. I read on some comment awhile back that you were pretty smart. They maybe right! (smile). The RED things can be dangerous!!!

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  2. I hope the Big-Red thing passes you by. We are supposed to be in the middle of a snow storm according to the radar report but it has not started yet. But the wind is making up for it. Good luck.

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  3. I hope to see that post script!!

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  4. Take care and stay safe... ;-)

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  5. Glad you weren't left in the dark.

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  6. I'm glad that big red thing went poof instead of knocking at your door. You did well to be prepared.
    We're having a snow storm now with freezing rain after lunch. I'd wish it would go poof.
    JB

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  7. Thanks for letting us know. I hope you weather the storm without incident. Stay safe.

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  8. Fierce storms scare the hell out of me well I think they would I have never been experienced a fierce storm but bad storms can scare me at times but usually our storms don't last very long

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  9. I'm pretty happy that it was a non-event...I'm just a bit north of you.

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  10. I wish we had rain instead of snow...there's a lot of maintenance with snow...even with a big snowblower, it's heavy and wet and work!

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