Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by ThisIsNotMe, Apr 28, 2008.
warmer with light sprinkles, but was glorious all week
Really? Geez, rained for a good 12 hours straight over here.
Still waiting on a hurricane, whole state is under a state of emergency, but right now it's beautiful. HOT, but beautiful.
Geez, honestly... it is NOT me!!!! Last arrival in MS... 2 months before Katrina. Asked 1 month ago to stay and help launch a new studio... Issac.
It's nice here. I am enjoying it.
My fingers crossed for all you guys under hurricane watch and more.
It has turned wet and gray once again over labor day weekend. I am in for wet week, just when my days open up once again...
Fingers crossed for all those experiencing ill weather. The after effects of the hurricane being felt around here.
rain all day
Chilly this morn, but it seems to be warming up.
perfect sunny breezy day
Rain last night and this morning...temperatures a lot cooler...
Fall is upon us. Cool to chilly nights, moderate days. Winter stars are well up before sunrise.
Yup fall really is here. Much cooler than last year at this time, from what I remember. In fact this year it felt like fall before autumn officially began!
Warming up, the next few days. Back in the 70s.
Shout out to all the DFers on the East Coast, especially in the Mid-Atlantic and parts north. You're in my thoughts. Please check in when you can.
Yep, in addition to DF friends, I've got some other friends in Boston and Syracuse to check on. It still looks like the storm center will hit the shore of Delaware and move through Maryland, then turn north through central Pennsylvania. But the radius of tropical-storm-force winds is very large. High wind warnings from North Carolina all the way up the coast. Winter storm warnings for the Appalachians due to expected wraparound snow.
Almost all of my siblings are in Philly. Philly = Delaware. *sigh*
The big storms are the scary ones. One of the hurricanes I lived through was only about 300 miles wide, but it seemed to last forever, when we were hunkered down in the closet, listening to the roof peeling off our house. There was nothing we could do but wait and pray. *sigh*
Sandy is 450 miles wide, last I heard.
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