Thursday, January 28, 2010

Riding the storm out


Ok..At work today...watching it ice over. When do I get to go home? I hope at noon. We shall see. I will try to keep you updated on this as time goes on providing we keep electricity.


Whats going on in your part of the world today?


Tell me.


Love,

Me

8 comments:

  1. Just a waiting game. It is kinda like waiting for the pot to boil! Be safe getting home Melinda!

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  2. The ice hasn't made it this far north yet. I just took some pictures at 10am. I'm planning to document the weather as it moves in.

    Stay safe and stay warm!

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  3. Were are getting ice and freezing rain in Guthrie. Power is still on and no school. Whoohoo! I hope you get home soon and that your lights stay on. =)

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  4. Im ready to go home but when you work in insurance you kind of have to be here. Im not a good driver in bad weather. Im just not. My car is front wheel drive but in ice I dont think it matters. Im just hoping I get home before the major part hits OKC which is at 2 or 3 I think?

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  5. Okay, I hope he lets you out soon, it's after noon, your time.
    Slow and steady there girlio, on the ride home.

    Here it is just down right cold! Windy, so I imagine ole Mother Nature is planning a frozen,just stay home weekend for us here in PA< :)

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  6. All is well on Peebly Road. A lull in the storm and ice was not as bad as predicted. Supposed to have plenty of snow throughout the day tomorrow..Not sure if I am working or not, Mom, I am supposed to call at 9 and see. We got a break this time. I would not have liked to see my trees falling down from the weight of the ice like we did in 07.

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  7. Well this post was yesterday. Yes, I know I'm late. Sorry!
    But yesterday....I took a picture of a honeybee, working hard here on the farm.
    Today, we are waiting to see if we get any of that snow that's headed our way.
    Talk about change!!

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  8. The whole storm passed us by 100 miles. Hope our luck holds out! Stay warm!!!

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