Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Snowing in Mayberry!




Haley's yard is white. School is closed (because of ice, not because of the snow). It is cold.

Nothankyou, when we can have this:






Shorts and flip flops...or long pants and boots?

What do you pick?

On a positive note, I just heard on the news that the local power and light folks are sending trucks up to GA today to help with the clean up if needed, hoping to avoid the gridlock that happened with the recent snow storm there.

Our Mayberry commissioner is on top of the situation there with salt, gravel, trucks, and snow plows at the ready. Thanks, Lamar and the road crew! Keep my kids and friends safe.

We send good vibes from FL to everyone in the cold. WYWH!

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7 comments:

Sandee said...

Long pants and flip flops with that weather. It's all good.

I'll take your weather over that snow and ice though.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and scritches to the sun puddle babies. ♥♥♥

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Oh I would pick the snow every time! :)

Barb and the Gs said...

SNow, thank you! That's why I no longer live in New England... no matter how much I miss my sisterdears. srsly. Can't take the cold and snow.

Enjoy the WPB warmth. We'll be having lots of liquid sunshine tomorrow. Lots and lots.

big hugs xoxo

Joy said...

We appreciate the good vibes. Today wasn't bad, tonight and tomorrow may get interesting. Enjoy the shorts and flip flops!

Haley D. said...

After I hung up on my "snow tree" school call and my participation in it, I told DH that we could be in WPB this same evening... If we knew school would be indeed cancelled for the week, we would be enjoying a glass of wine together in person right now. XO

Jean(ie) said...

Florida wins...

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

i remember the blizzard of 93 there and being snowed in the motel for three days, no heat, no food until the little grocery opened and we hiked over to it for peanut butter and crackers, when i got back and opened it there was mold in it but we were so hungry we scraped it off and ate it anyway! we had a cell phone but there was no cell service in blairsville back then. no one knew where we were because we couldn't call out or drive out. that's when we bought our house there. and a farmer on a tractor came and dug out our car on the third day, queens gap was completely closed.

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxo