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Thursday, February 20, 2014

This is Awful

I know and I shouldn't rub it in but we're under eighty-three degree sunlight. The fallen oak leaves are thick and the wind directs the little brown pieces of flutter here and there but the smell of mast is wonderful.

I'm this close (picture my pinched fingers) to hanging a closed sign. I would much rather be home in my garage where I could tinker on my restoration projects. Yet, here I sit.

I want a big cast iron skillet of cornbread this evening....she made soup, and its delicious.

Catch you on the flip side.

Stephen

14 comments:

  1. It's 60 degrees warmer there than it is here. Snowing here, too.
    Now who eats whose heart?

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    1. I know...you get all the best weather. It's friggin hot here. Went outside just a bit ago and came back inside with a suntan. The sound of birds singing is enough to drown out my radio. Grass is green, that is the pieces that can be seen under these fallen spring leaves. Might need to turn on the A/C tonight...or not. Saving money is important. Hate high heat bills. Thanks, my friend. Oh, time to plant the watermelon patch....

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  2. I've got some chili in the crockpot, with cornbread in cast iron to follow. It is the best way to do it.

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    1. Amen, preach it brother. Don't forget the butter, the real stuff.

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  3. Enjoy your evening. Its been snowing here since 9 am or so. Starting to really pile up.

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    1. Good. Get out there and build a snowman, Rob. Carrot for a nose.

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    2. I think I will just bump up the heat and dream of Florida. Wind has picked up, temperature's dropping. It will be ugly by morning.

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    3. Good luck, Rob. Grab a book.

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  4. Zombies move faster and gather in larger groups when it's warm. Nuff said.

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    1. "I likes me some of 'dem dare zombies."

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  5. you should get yer butt up here. i'd feed ya real good and then we could take you down to the river...in some spots, it's only about an inch thick. you could easily break a nice hole with your foot and have a dip.

    yer a knob for teasing all of us northerners who have 10million feet of snow to wait to melt, i still love you tho. a little.

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Hey, pay attention, little one, haven't you read where I said it's too darn hot...awful weather down here. Enjoy your weather...turn around, that's August on a fast approach.

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