hang around a bit, it will change! That is an old Rochester proverb that is so true.
We have had a very mild winter this year, for which I was very grateful. Just this weekend, I was out running around in a shirt jacket and regular shoes and was very comfortable. . . My snowblower has not been used on my driveway this winter. . . I was actually feeling sorry for Bailey because, in her first winter, she has not experienced the fun of running in deep snow. . . There have been winters, where I had to dig a path in my backyard for my dogs to go potty.
Yes, I pay attention to the weather forecasts, well most of the time. This morning, I decided to wear a skirt and top. THAT was a mistake! By the time I walked from the parking lot into my building, I wasn't sure my legs were still there. . . they were frozen!
This weekend the temps are forecast to be in the single numbers. I can almost bet there will be school closings tomorrow due to the frigid temperatures.
But this is mid-February and Spring is not far off! I'm very much looking forward to my annual trek South to my cousins reunion (this is number 8!) and this year there is a wedding to go to in addition to the reunion!
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