Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Snapdragons

I was so busy yesterday that I didn't get to put up any Monday post, but don't worry, all is o.k. Rest assured, I am merely in Snapdragon mode this week. Right?? :)


Today is Weekly Words Challenge with Tink, as is every Tuesday, but due to my impish snapdragons, I am delayed. I have photos but they are on another computer and I won't be able to access them and finish up until tomorrow morning. So I am going to be a day late with my WWC... My apologies. I don't like being late, but I find that it happens to me quite often!

We got a little snow in the area today, don't be mistaken, it was barely noticeable, a few flakes here and there, and it hasn't accumulated yet. I was really crossing my fingers and begging the gods to just send it down. This will be the last chance we get you know, and albeit that it is March 4th and it's the first time I've seen any flakes this whole season (which is completely bogus and sucks), and will likely be the only one. Sure it's freezy today but it is supposed to be back in the 60s tomorrow. What kind of shit is that?? The BULL kind if you ask me.... I really need to live in Alaska or somewhere. What am I doing in this sweaty-river-hellhole??? :O

Ok, well there you go. All is o.k. here, I'm around and I will be posting my WWC tomorrow (Wednesday) instead of today... please come back and check it out if you like the photos, and I'll treat you to a story maybe sometime later in the week... Any ideas on what kind of story you'd like to hear from your good ol' Aunt Jackie??

3 comments:

Jay said...

Last night they were telling us that we were going to get anywhere from 7 to 10 inches of snow. We got .000001 inches. Lying bastards.

gr said...

sweaty river hellhole? well!
I heard parts of Arkansas got tons of snow, we did too in central NY but that is entirely normal unless it is July 4.
You are interesting, I gotta wander around and see what's happening here, thanks for visiting pottersblog!

Further on up the road said...

No chance on snow here this year - although early March does sometimes bring it. Monday we had a huge sleet shower but it never changed to snow and despite it being well below freezing yesterday morning it was a dry as a desert.

"they said that it might never snow - in England" Season's End Marillion...