Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Moving Light

Taken March 13, 2013.

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  1. Morning all. Tonight is the last below freezing night in the forecast as the high temps stay well into the 50s and 60s ... I hope this means spring is finally really here.

    Morning Whit. That bit of green did jinx things when it came up -- almost right after I saw it, we had days of cold temps and even snow.

    Scalia, Jen, is the reverse Peter Pan: he makes me think so many unhappy thoughts, I'll never be able fly.

    Wishing all the best and a speedy recovery to DD, Larry.

    I think our warming temps are on their way to you, Dina.

    Sorry for the health issues, Janet. Hope you find a doctor who can help soon.

  2. Morning everyone,

    Andi the amount of snow that's on the ground in your picture above reminds me of the blizzards we get down here. When there's that much snow on the ground here we close everything and call it a snow day.

    I'm still waiting to feel better so I can go over and see George. He's at 17 Y.O. now and I didn't know if he was going to make it through winter this year. All his life he been a house dog, but this year he had to live outside. Even though we don't get bad winters, I wasn't sure if he would make it through. But he's still yapping as usual and running around. I still wish the place I'm living in now would allow pets, but I was lucky to get this place so I'm not complaining.

    Well everybody have a good day and stay warm.


  3. Sad to say, Whit, that I have pictures coming up with a lot more snow than this one (and when it was actually spring, too!).

    George is 17! Wow! May he yap on for years to come.


    Now that we're nearly done freezing for the season, I wonder how long it will take for the arboretum to go from sticks to pretty? Couplafew weeks maybe? I should go and get us a nice pic-a-nic basket so we can bring fresh bread and deli goodies for lunch.

    All hail George the Elder!

    Whit, I was so sorry to learn about how rough the past year had been on you and George and I am so glad to see you online again. If there is ever anything you fine southern gentlemen need, please don't hesitate to drop me an email and let me see what I can do to help. We're all making our own communities now, and just because we're not physically next door doesn't mean we're not neighbors. :)

    Janet, that bites. E's been dealing with vertigo of unknown origin off and on over the past year or so, too, and ever since I got the Big Sick back in '99 I've had mysterious bouts of shortness of breath that the doctors can never trace to anywhere useful. It's frustrating, scary and expensive. If the heart doc doesn't find anything, consider getting the lab rats to check your A1C (sugar problems can cause all kinds of weird symptoms) and run a full thyroid panel (so can thyroid disease).

    Hope DD is feeling okay today, it can be a pretty rough time when those surgery drugs wear off.

    Best wishes to everyone for a lovely day.