The pace for our day was set early on when Kelly stepped out the front door with Pheebs & shouted back, ‘It’s snowing’!! Well that was it for me & aside from slipping out to fill up the bird feeder I resigned myself to an inside day & that was it.
TWO GAMBLES QUAIL SCRATCH AROUND IN OUR BACKYARDS SNOWY GROUND FOR SOME SEEDS EARLIER TODAY
Both wind & rain were hard at times Sunday night & we did lose most of our TV stations. Even with headphones on plugged into my music I could still hear the occasional rumble of thunder. It only took a slight adjustment of our satellite dish this morning to bring back our lost channels & we were fine for the rest of the day. Good thing too as there wasn’t much else going on.
THIS LITTLE FLUFFED UP GAMBLES QUAIL SKITTERS ACROSS A THIN LAYER OF SNOW
Needless to say it turned out to be a cold gray overcast day so rather than let any of that seep into my post tonight I’ll just wind it up here & hope you all had yourselves a nice day”.
KELLY BRIGHTENED UP THE GLOOMY DAY WITH SOME YUMMY QUESADILLAS THIS MORNING
GROANER’S CORNER:(( An eighty-year-old man's golf game was hampered by poor eyesight. He could hit the ball well but he couldn't see where it went. So his doctor teamed him up with a ninety-year-old man who had perfect eyesight and was willing to go along to serve as a spotter. The eighty-year-old man hit the first ball and asked his companion if he saw where it landed. "Yep," said the ninety-year-old. "Well where did it go?" the eighty-year-old demanded. The ninety-year old replied, "I don't remember."