The weather at my house has sure improved, and I hope yours has too. The big problem is that after a week of wonderful weather they are saying that Sunday is going to be lightning, hail, tornados, rain, etc. What do they know?
This is Tuesday evening around 10 p.m. It’s late and I should join the rest of the family and go to bed. It seems our days are extra filled with all the extra cleaning we are doing plus gardening.
For one reason or another I am feeling good today. I made it to 77 years of age on May 3 and everyone was helping me celebrate.
Our garden is beginning to fill up more and more. So far we have potatoes, onions, peas, lettuce, radishes, red beets, carrots and dill planted.
Last week I reminded you that Wednesday was May 1 and I shared that I hoped it brought some warmer weather. I don t know what happened at your house but at my house we got freezing weather and snow.
7 a.m. and the children just left for school. My husband, Joe, has been at work several hours already and daughter Elizabeth left for her job at 5:15 a.m.
We are having cold, rainy weather again. Monday was nice and sunny so we could get the laundry all dried. We are out of coal, so hopefully it won’t get too cold yet.
Today is May 1 and it will be interesting to see if spring comes at that time.
We have had some great weather for two days but today is predicted to be very cold, which means the kitchen will feel pretty good and the oven will warm up the house once again.
It is windy and looks like rain. This whole week seems to have been rainy and stormy. Yesterday we managed to get half of our laundry dried before the rain came.
This past week I took a trip with the senior group, Elderberries, and truly felt that I had been to Hawaii without the problems of a long plane ride. We traveled by bus with 46 people to Fort Smith, Little Rock and Bentonville, Ark. The temperatures for our entire visit were 80-90 degrees and it was incredible.