I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth
Hey :) - and we'll be at a "HIGHER ELEVATION" (1000') so I think a LITTLE SNOW would be fun. Get that though, I said a LITTLE! Gramma Grasshopper
We had a dusting of snow over the weekend, but then it's supposed to be in the 50s and 60s for Christmas eve and Christmas day. Humph. This has been a VERY unusual winter thus far, but there's still plenty of time for a little "poor man's fertilizer". We take what God gives. My poor Sweetie has been working overtime trying to get the cars ready for inspection this week and you know it's easier to not work in the snow and 20 below.The little bit of snow we got on Saturday was perfect. Took the grandson shopping for his mom on that day and everyone was excited to see a little white stuff. Nothing better to put you in a festive Christmas mood.
That would be so nice! What a great forecast!It is going to be around 60 here. I haven't been living here many years, but I'm pretty sure that's very unusual. We've only had two little snows so far and neither amounted to much.
And we're looking at tornadoes!
NO NO NO! No tornadoes!
I hope you get snow and the Choates do not get tornadoes! We might have to go to the beach and go swimming, ugh! The forecast is saying 87 Christmas day, it's already 100% humidity, and I am really tired of sweating. We never have snow but it is nice to turn off the A/C and maybe wear a sweater - or at least long sleeves. Merry Christmas!! Jesus was born in the desert; I'm sure it was hot during the day:)
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