Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Sturm und Drang


Taken December 15, 2011.

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6 comments:

  1. Love this one, Andi. So much power in the water.

    Getting colder here but not too bad. Hope everyone is doing something fun today.

    Happy Tuesday.

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  2. Good Morning.

    Jim, I didn't get to watch it. Will watch it later on this week I guess. Heard it was a great game. I love the outdoor games, even though they can be a pain in the butt to put on. Been busy here with work and Wes' work. 3 hockey games last week for him.

    The foggy woods photo, to me, is very skeeery. I know, I know the city is far more creepy and dangerous. But there's something about dark, stormy, foggy woods/lake shots that just get my imagination going. :)

    Have a good day all.

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  3. A balmy 35 degrees this am, wind chill is 26. I stuck my nose out the front door, and that was enough. It looks pretty outside, but I'm not going out there until it warms up! Calling for 70 again by Sunday - I think I can stay inside until then. :)

    Love the pic, as always.

    Off to find something warm to drink...

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  4. It was 14° here this morning, Dina. I sincerely hope those temps aren't heading your way.

    Poor Janet -- too many horror movies. :)

    Happy warm up, Beth. We're getting one two but quite a bit less than yours.

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  5. It bottomed out at 20°F here this morning, with another one just like it forecast tomorrow morning. The bonus was, there was 1/2" of snow on the ground! Rather unusual for Planet Georgia; it generally won't snow here below 27°F and this was powdery instead of heavy. Mason wanted to go out in it, of course. The wife said "it's too cold to go outside right now," and Mason said… "Put coat on!" The problem-solving is strong with this one.

    We have both Mason & Skylar at the manor. Wife thinks that's going to eventually become permanent. (ARGH)

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  6. Andi, I don't mind the cold if I can dress for it or stay in and sit in front of the fire, reading.

    I love the different seasons. One of the reasons I love living here (NJ).

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