Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Weather Woes...Will They End?
Izzy Has planted herself and commandeered the keyboard today. I could not remove her from this spot with her grabbing everything in sight. She said it was her turn to post and she was not leaving ... so, this is what I'm seeing as I type. Lol.
I'm looking out of my windows and doors seeing the sheets of ice from the rain last eve without much complaining, because i know our friends up north are going through so much more than this.
For us here in Louisiana, it is a big deal because we don't see this often. Schools were closed because the streets and roads were hard sheets of ice.
This is out our back steps going down to the garage, as you can see it is a downward walk.
The roof of the garage is completely white and the girls are fascinated by it from the windows.
Our front lawn is also an incline and iced. I know where I'll be for the next few days, I don't ever go outside when the weather is like this ... risking another fall would be awfully bad.
We have another night of this and cold, then rain again. What weather we all have had this winter!
I would be remiss if I did not tell you all how much I have appreciated your wonderful comments, prayers, love and concern during our time of loss. Each time I'd read them I would always find just the right words to give me solace and strength to help me and my family, especially my Mum.
Of course the pain is still there, but I can cope so much better now because of friends like you!
Thank you all Dear Friends! Wishing You A Wonderful Tuesday!
Loretta & Family
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I'm glad you're feeling better. Staying indoors in your current weather is certainly a very good idea. :)ReplyDelete
Enjoy the snow kitties. Keep warm and safe.ReplyDelete
We are sure getting tired of the Brrrrrr Humbug here too!ReplyDelete
Brr, so cold it looks !ReplyDelete
Yes, our winter has been tough too. Definitely ready for spring now.ReplyDelete
Darling, love and smoochies to you. I was in N.O once when it showed. St Charles Parish. xoxReplyDelete
izzy...ice bee de crap oh de fish werld.......ya gotta drill thru it ta get two de fish N sit for hourz for most lee frozen fish stix.......faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.........hope yur weatherz improoves coz we noe how vishuz that stuff iz....ReplyDelete
Eek. Stay inside where it's warm and safe!ReplyDelete
I don't blame you for not going out in that! I don't like to leave the house when it's nasty out, and that's been most of the winter this year, yuck. Stay inside and safe, but don't foget to reach out to people, don't isolate, especially at this time. Hugs and purrsReplyDelete
Kisses to Izzy for insisting on helping! MOL
Your yard looks like ours did two days ago, all coated in ice and very slick. We are looking forward to spring.ReplyDelete
Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew
oH DO WE KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN WITH THIS ICY CRAZY WEATHER....LET'S HOPE THIS IS THE LAST OF THE NASTY STUFF FOR THIS YEAR.ReplyDelete
HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF
Interesting weather for sure! It's good you can stay inside.ReplyDelete
Mom says our snow and cold are far easier to deal with than ice. It's a nasty, tricky thing to deal with so efurryone should stay indoors where they is safe.ReplyDelete
Take care efurrybody!
Sasha, Sami, & Saku
We've had an unusually mild winter. Not mutch snow and not so cold either.ReplyDelete
Usually, we have quite a lot of snow. As much as 30-50 cm, and some times even more.
Schools in Sweden are seldom closed because of the weather. We are used to lots of snow in the winter.
Hugs & Purrs
prenez bien soin de vous, pensées, ronrons d'Opale et SOnyeReplyDelete
It's good to see you back,all we have had here is winter rain storms one after each other ,but that seems to have stopped now and is more settled,keep strong and well we are ever with you,xx Speedy and RachelReplyDelete