Reminder I need a cruise

The wind is whipping.  The snow is flying sideways.  The roads are iced over.   



But thank God I’m not leaving today. 




edit:    or tomorrow

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Checked the weather forecast for Galveston on 1/13/18. It should be high 50s to low 60s with a 50% chance of rain. No problem doing sail-away in the Red Frog Pub!Big Smile

Good for Galveston

To those of you on the East coast, hope you stay warm and safe.

I always need a cruise! Usually Colorado is right in the mix with the cold weather, but we are currently breaking record highs. We have guest coming to visit from MN (today thru Mon.) and they are going think they are in the tropics with the temperature difference. Of course, in March when everyone else is getting warmer we will be smacked with all the storms and freezing our tail feathers.

Maybe I don't always need a cruise, but I always want one.Wink

Is there really a difference between want and need when it comes to addictions?

According to my DH there is!

I’m glad I don’t own the house anymore.

‘My power would probably go out at some point

My wife would once again point out that I should have installed a generator

I’d constantly be looking at two particular trees ( too close to the house )

Roscoe’s bladder would mysteriously shrink to the size of a pea.

.......and whatever else I did in the winter

.......and whatever else I did in the winter

...shovel snow?

And we are breaking record lows here and have been for well over a week.

Hang in there BAK the winter and snow like everything else will pass.

‘The guy who plowed my driveway shoveled the snow

I shoveled a path and clearing for Roscoe


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