Sunday, February 24, 2013

RANDOM MUSINGS



Sitting here doing what I love to do. Having a cup of hot tea. I'm anticipating a snowstorm in a couple days. So says the weatherman. Depending on the track it takes we could get 4-6 inches, 1-3 inches or freezing rain. Compared to other places this is not a big deal. But for us it is. So I watch and wait.  It has been a crazy winter. What's with this season's storms now being given names??? Tornados and hurricanes, I understand. But if every snowstorm has one it'll get silly, don't you think? Just random questions boggling my mind.  What are you thinking about today?
 

 

13 comments:

Forty Pound Sack said...

I was wondering about the snowstorm names, too. Especially since the one we got is called "Q". Now, what kind of name is that?? So happy to have you back - I missed you ~

jack69 said...

I was sondering why I cannot find a name of theme for my blog entries. Other folks do it, I seem to fly by the seat of my pants, (now you got me wondering where that came from, Flyig by the seat of your pants.)

Love, hope the weather changes it's mind no matter what its name is!!!

Paula said...

I didn't know about the names for snow storms. Guess because we don't have them here. They are saying winter is coming back to us now that all the trees are leafed out and the grass is green. (Maybe it's weeds)

Jon said...

Believe it or not, I'm sitting here drinking a cup of tea and watching the Oscars.
There's a blizzard warning here in West Texas. Snow is expected by dawn.

I'm glad you like my Hollywood stories. I wish I was there now, to get away from this rotten weather!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I'm still on my first cup of good coffee here this morning and I'm not thinking of much at all. I am tired of snow and am not looking forward to any more for sure. Hope you have a great Monday !

jaz@octoberfarm said...

we might get an ice storm. i like your cup and tea pot...looks like halloween!

Sheila Y said...

A hot cup of tea sounds good. I don't understand naming the winter storms either. We survived all these years without them. Enjoy your day! Sheila

Formerly known as Frau said...

Well hello there nice to see you again! I hear they give names to storms because people pay attention and age more aware. Hope all is well.

TARYTERRE said...

That teapot is over 40 years old. I accidently broke the lid yeaRS ago.

Chatty Crone said...

I am having a cup of tea right now - feels good.

Lucy said...

I have been thinking of how grateful I am that I got my Computer running halfway decent. We have had a screwy winter. I know it is not providing enouigh snow to help the drought. I would rather have rain but at the right time of year when it would not freeze.

Raindrops and Daisies said...

I hope that your snowstorm wasn't too bad.

We have sunshine today which is nice, think I will drag my lazy bones out for a walk.

Hope that you are keeping well and also your daughter.

I'm glad you are back blogging.

Enjoy the weekend.

Fiona

Lori said...

I don't care for naming all the storms either. Kind of silly, if you ask me. We haven't had much snow this year, and our temperatures have been all over the place!