The horrendous weather we were experiencing a week or so ago has gone...thank goodness; but thousands throughout our state will be dealing with the destruction it caused for many years to come. I don't know how people get over something like that...and I guess, in so many cases, too many case, they never do.
We had lots of snow off and on all weekend... I blogged about it today... SO--now that I've had 'my' snow, I'm ready for spring...Hugs,Betsy
It takes me a while to scroll past your header. It takes me 'home' you know. Sigh. We have a home in the mountains, and my heart is there.Beautiful header....I love the fluffy clouds in your photo today. Glad that you curled up inside. Keep purring and looking toward spring. Hugs and love,Jackie
You had snow and Betsy had snow but not out this way. Pictures are pretty though. The clouds are beautiful. I think I just love clouds. MB
LeeWe still have folks trying to get over the big flood of May 2010 and in the state of TN. we had 21 tornadoes in January. The second worse in our history for the month. The worse was in 1974. Glad you are okay. PeaceBetsyNot much here in the middle of the state. Glad to see you got your snow. PeaceJackieYou are so very kind. Thank you. I think all clouds are beautiful in their own way even the ominous ones. PeaceMBOur snow was here one day and gone the next. A typical southern snow. Since Betsy's is higher up in the mountains she got more than us. I always think of the quote that goes somewhat like this "Clouds are the dust from God's feet" Peace
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