April 3, 2016
Good morning. Wowee!! Is this Spring? Or is it still Winter? It started snowing here in the middle of the night and it's still going strong. I went out on the front porch to get a few photos, and whoa! The snow flakes were coming down the size of half dollars, with a few bigger ones. Woo Hoo!
These are just a few of the snowflakes that fell on the steps. Some of them were huge. But then a few minutes later, they all got more normal sized. I guess I can say goodbye to my beautiful daffodils. They are all buried beneath snow.
Here's a few more photos of the snow. It's a nuisance, but it sure can be really pretty.
This is the first band of snow that will hit us. There's another band following right behind it. The wind is supposed to pick up in a while, and get pretty feisty. Spring, oh Spring, where art thou?
Yesterday, I put off going out to do a couple errands. I figured I would do them this morning. Hmmm, not going to happen!! I will call the pharmacy and ask them to hold my meds for a couple of days. I don't relish going out while the roads are messy.
When I finish this post, I need to start preparing some veggies. I'm making a corned beef and cabbage dinner for Pogo and me. I'm cooking it in the slow cooker pot for about eight hours. Last night my friend asked me how to make this meal.
Silly me, I said I don't know but I'll look it up on Google. Well I did, and it's just what I thought I remembered. It's been years since I've cooked one of these meals. Just toss everything in the pot (except the cabbage), put the cover on and set it on low. Add the cabbage for the last hour. Mmmm, mmm, mmm.
Today I have a quick page for you. Unfortunately, it was looking more like Spring outside when I made this. I guess now I'll have to make one with a Winter scene. Have fun with it.
Here is your download link:
Now I think I need to get busy here and start my veggies. I also need to call my Aunt Lucy. She called while I was outside taking photos of the snow. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.