Showing posts with label snow. Show all posts
Showing posts with label snow. Show all posts

Friday, April 9, 2010


I think we could be seeing spring in the mountains. There is talk of snow on Saturday, but I'm going to play Scarlett O'Hara and "think about that another day." Most of the giant icicles, two stories high, have fallen off the condo and scared Lucy all they're going to this year.  I am so ready for spring weather that is above 40 degrees.

I will be away from my blog for a bit. I know from your pictures that many parts of the country are experiencing an explosion of color, with blogging friends from afar enjoying fall color. Now it's time for me to find some of my own. While it's warming up, the ground is still mostly white.

Have a great weekend, everyone.

Friday, January 22, 2010

And the recipient of The Shift is....

Mental P. Mama! Just drop me a line Mama, with your address, and I'll stick this movie in the mail to you. Wow - and it was your birthday yesterday, too! It was meant to be. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. My husband, who actually drew the names, wanted to watch it twice. Yes, the man who reads most things having to do with finance and economics, wanted to watch it twice. That in itself is a "shift."

Thanks for playing along everyone. I'm so happy to hear it is on Netflix and Blockbuster. If you think you might be interested in Dr. Dyer's movie, then it certainly is worth a Netflix risk.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend. We are essentially snowed in. The main artery between Reno and Sacramento, I-80, was closed for ten hours last night. A big pileup, complete with four semi-truck and trailers and fire. Who, if you were to ask my opinion, would say they drive way to fast in most inclement conditions, and always scare the @#$@ out of me when I'm trying to stay out of their way. So we will, in all likelyhood, miss our friend's Greek surprise birthday party on Saturday in the Bay Area. I was looking forward to some Greek dancing ( me, in an awkward way), plenty of Opa's!, and lovely people. Instead it will probably be a Netflix movie and trying to stay off the roads and out of the way.

Hope you all have a lovely weekend, wherever you are.