Sunday, May 15, 2011

Not much to say

I haven't been able to think of anything blog-worthy for a couple of days, if you wonder where I've been.  I may continue my silence for a few days more, but you can bet I'll be back with plenty of stories to tell when the time comes.  The weather is unseasonably cool (make that COLD), and when I'm outside, I've been wearing my winter coat.  It reminds me of 1967, the year my son was born (on May 10).  It stayed cold for so long after he was born, I began to think I was never going to be able to take him outside without bundling him up in blankets!  
Missouri weather:  You never know what to expect.  

12 comments:

Sonya said...

Chilly here this morning! Hope you all have a good day!

Michaele said...

Same weather here Donna. Shopping helps.

TARYTERRE said...

It's suppose to turn real cold here tomorrow. Like you, I have my coat ready to go. I want to know, what happened to spring? Have a good day.

Lindie said...

thought you were getting ready for your surgery.

Donna said...

Yes Lindie.

Margaret said...

Same here--although not as cold. After sun and 70 yesterday, today it's pouring and in the 50s. Yuck.This spring has been cruel to us.

Lori said...

Our temps reached 90° on Wednesday, and today our high was 58°.

Midlife Mom said...

Cold and rainy here and for the next week. I am ready to scream! We went to the gray coast today, needless to say I didn't take any outside pictures. :o(

Angela said...

My husband and I were just standing outside commenting on the cool, cool weather here. It practically changed overnight.

Paula said...

Mosie I thought of you today. We had a visiter from Mo. at church and she looked so much like your pictures. Her name is Joyce. Wouldn't that be something if she is your cousin? lol

Ora said...

Praying for you today Donna...and the hands of the surgeon...be blessed in the Name of Jesus who is our healer and comforter during times of stress...may you know His Hand upon your body during this time of surgery....and Cliff..as you stand by your sweetie...be strong in strength and faith that all will be as it should be...God Bless and hugs from Lexington, KY

Anonymous said...

Donna, You are in our prays for a safe surgery and a rapide recovery.

sam