Oh. My. Goodness. Stay warm!
And I was just fixin' to post my weather-related complaints. I probably will do it anyway. It would only be one more voice in the choir. Stay warm.
Shelly, hi! Welcome back. So far, staying in, staying warm.Chuck, of course we get to complain. Weather consumes so much of our thinking these days.
Holy Carp - or something like that. Actually what caught my attention were all those power lines - That looks mostly like drift in the front - so really not so bad - it's the cold that'll do ya in. I keep thinking of when I lived in Vermont - now that was snow, and cold. A few inches her in NoVA - not worth bothering about, we usually get ice, I'll take snow. 16 degree high tomorrow? I ain't going out. I have become a total wuss in my old age, and I do not apologize for it LOL
Grace, "holy carp" indeed. Thirteen inches of snow, drifts up to here and the cold that will "get you" was at minus thirteen this morning. But like you, I will stay in. (Except for a couple of pictures.)
I hear all of Indiana is shut down to traffic anyway, I guess it is best to stay home. Be safe. This cold is NOT to be messed with. I went to work today and I wanted to cry standing there opening the door to get in. It was scary cold.Stay in, my friend.
Lin, socked in, I would say. I felt really badly this morning thinking about you having to go in to work, but the cats needed you.
Unless you have lost your heat, don't have food, or need help you can't get, it is the "b" word. So there!
Vee, from my snapshot to your eye, perhaps.
Enjoy a real winter! Of course I know you got plowed since I read the next post first.
Shark, furnace still running, power still on. Enjoying!
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