I'm looking for my manual for graceful living.
I think I set it down somewhere over here...
What? In Texas!Hope you're feeling better soon.
I would be speechless too! You were having such nice weather. I guess you sent it ALL my way.
OH, crap, is that SNOW? Keep it out there; we don't want any over here!
Oh dear, I'd be speechless too - well at least it's happening when you are too ill to do much in the garden. Hope you feel better soon.
Ouch! Feel better soon (you might have frozen on the trip)!
That's just not fair!
What? Looks the snow looks so strange in your land but then again--your galvanized containers look marvelous darling.
Too weird! It makes no sense! Are you home sick and missed the float trip in snow? gail
What the @#)(*&$?! I hope your plants don't suffer! I take it this is highly unusual for your spot this time of year? I would be cursing up a storm. Sorry you're sick, hope you feel better soon.
Hope you feel much better - I thought it was strange that you left a comment on my blog, when I thought you were "up river".Sorry your picture of snow (is it snow?) made me laugh - the irony!Hope you are now well enough to have a great weekend.K
There are LOTS of words for it, but 'speechless' says it best;-)
I spent the first 9 years of my life in Weatherford, OK, and they are getting 6-12" tonight. So I Was wondering if you'd be getting anything! Sorry, but glad it ain't me. And sorry about your cancelled trip.
Beautiful, serene, waterwise.~~Dee
I'm guessing snow is not normal for you this time of year. Hope it melts quicker than it fell.
Susan, just when we think we're out of danger, Mother Nature reminds us she'll decide that! It's been pleasantly chilly here. Today is just gorgeous and I'm stuck inside cooking for a party!
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