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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Will it or Won't it?

I'm pondering whether the hurricane will hit Delaware.
If so I'll lose power so I decided to catch up on blog reading.
 


With some tea and honey for my sore throat (aww really just I'm addicted).
Also have on my Sock Monkey wool socks cause it's down to 50's with strong winds and rain.
 

 
This was yesterday mid morning as I pulled a load of waste green beans home to the cows.
It was a heavy sky filled with darker than it's showing clouds and starting to rain.
For those curious the waste beans came from the massive field I'm driving beside.
I needed 4x4 because of the 2 plus inches of rain the previous night.

 
LN and I stayed up to watch the eclipse.
It was boring and I was not impressed but glad to spend time laughing with my girl.
Our barn cats stayed with us for the hour we sat in our pj's on our dock.
We eventually moved to the back of the barn so thedusk to dawn light off to the picture's right on the main barn stopped corrupting the view.

 
This is the best picture of LN at the banquet Monday evening.
She's eating 2 ice creams after the chicken salad/fried oyster gluttony.
It was great and overwhelming as usual.
Her award came with a certificate and $50.00 so she was happy.

 
This is a puzzle my 90 yr old Mom-n-law put together.
She constantly "puzzles" and sometimes decoupages them and frames them.
She offers them to me but I pass as I don't need anymore "stuff" with my hoarder husband.
I took a picture for her to keep before boxing it back up.

 
Seems we are gonna get something.
Delaware is a forgotten state by most people so look at tiny state
right under New Jersey and beside Maryland.


 
I don't think the forecasters know what's coming so they scribbled everywhere just in case!
 
Time to get back to homework and various research projects for LN's college and career searches.
See you after Joaquin!!!


3 comments:

  1. Eeek, hope the worst you get is some rain. Batten down the hatches, just in case, and stay safe!

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    1. It's been pouring for over 24 hours. Delaware is partly below sea level so you can do the math. Our house is on the highest ground in our county so we are safe.

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  2. Gosh, I hope you all stay safe there,

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