Thursday, April 11, 2013

Eight Hours and Twenty Minutes

Taken at 8:30 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. on March 24, 2013.
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  1. Morning all.

    I don't feel so bad about the next couple of days of snow pictures since the temps have gotten warm and wildflowers and leaf buds are beginning to show.

  2. We've got rain here today and then cool weather through the weekend, which is lovely because it's been up near 80F for half the week already, ick.

    I have to go to the doctor today (not for my shoulder; the dermatologist, who may well turn out to be the last non-emergency doctor I'll ever get to see) so I'm all PTSD'd out and there's just nothing I can do about it. One step at a time, then home to collapse into bed with tea and cats.

    Larry, I sure hope you're feeling better by now and I hope the rest of you have gotten some sleep. Good day to everyone.

  3. Morning all! I went to bed at a reasonable hour and slept, so I'm good. (Thanks, Jen.)

    Outside again this morning, but only this morning. It'll be storming like an SOB this afternoon. The technicals suggest we're going to get a classic April squall line, 1-2 inches of rain, high winds, maybe the occasional tornado. All night long, yay.

    Mason and I are going to have breakfast outside this morning… off to get it together!

  4. Portland swept Spokane!!!! Two more rounds til the Memorial Cup. (it's the Stanley Cup for us) needless to say, Wesley is so proud.

    Yesterday we had all sorts of weather. Just pick a type and we had it. Started out warm then rainy then black and typhoony. Even hailed.

    (((Jen))) I wish my country had actual health care for all. Not just for those who can go into debt over it. Or those who have it due to us tax payers - I'm speaking of Congressmen and Politicians. I'd like to see their health care cut off during this sequester. Wouldn't that be something?

    Wayne delivers meals on two wheels to this lady who worked all her life in somewhat upper management type job. Now she has $57 a month for food. She can barely survive. Something is rotten in this country. It's very true that you can evaluate a nation based on how it treats it's animals, elderly and disabled. And the USA is not doing well at all. Yes..... we are better than fill in the obligatory 3rd world regime. But let's compare fuji apples to fuji apples. :)

    It looks like once we return from the Boston area, Wayne will be headed for Isreal for a few weeks for work.