We finally have a short break from the rain. Both Copper and Jett were relieved (no pun intended) to get outside without getting wet, although I think they were a bit aprehensive. They kept watching the sky! :shock: :lol:
And this guy was just lost! Notice the red breast.
Same here in Michigan Leslie and I HATE it!! If it's winter let it be winter already! :roll:
All that beautiful snow we had is almost gone since it hit 51 today and 49 yesterday. Now it's jus wet, damp, puddly and FOGGY!!
The fog deterred the work I was suppose to do today taking pictures of one of my listings. You could hardly even see the darn house!
We've had temps in the forties today. That warm air is producing very thick fog all day an most likely into the night. It never went away. Ground is still snow covered but one more day of this and we should see green popping out!!
Today I was driving home from a meeting around noon and it was 68 on my car's temperature readout. When I got home I took Chouette's frisbee out and we had a lovely game on the lawn - me with no coat! Chouette of course, being prudent, wore hers :wink: !
Yeah we're going to hit 70 today :shock: I'm making my lunch friends from work walk down the road to McDonalds with me - I can't stand to not enjoy some of the middle of the day weather. Last night walking the doodles was so enjoyable and there were a ton of people out walking and jogging
Were are fine here... thanks for thinking of me though!
The tornado actually hit the south eastern part of the state, and I'm in the west central part, close to MinnesNOWta. We've had temps in the upper 30's, so everything is wet and soggy as the snow's been melting the past few days. But I'm not going to complain about a break from the cold. Our fuel bills will be easier to handle and it's a whole lot nicer to go outside when it's like this!
Tornadoes this time of year are just about unheard of! Thank God not more people were killed. Last I heard they said 2 died in Missouri.