Thursday, January 28, 2010

Bracing...


It's looking ugly for parts of Oklahoma. We are fine here, so far. But we are ready.




No school today means more corgi snuggling.





Patiently waiting for her snuggle time.




The man of house found one. He hunted it down, stalked it, waited patiently for just the right time to strike and then BAM! out came the debit card and it was his.

7 comments:

Cathryn said...

LOL@ BAM--out came the debit card! Oh my that was funny! And so masculine! And reminded me of my husband!

I hope you and your family stay safe and warm. We're getting snow right now with a prediction of up to a foot deep! We'll see!

Oklahoma Granny said...

In my opinion that was an invaluable purchase - not only for winter weather such as this but also during the spring tornado season.

Stay safe and stay warm!

Lyndsey said...

Love your photos Joan, my favotite is the first one! Sounds like what we have to do during hurricane season. Stock up on the canned goods, tuna, peanut butter, pasta, 5 gallon jugs of wine..oops water! Batteries, flashlights, I forget what else, but they send us a list of what we should have and our bonus is...they name the storms!

Hope you make it through safe and sound!

Kathy said...

Cute pictures and smart buy!

That corgi :) said...

so glad you got a generator Joan! glad you guys are doing okay considering the weather; definitely good days for corgi snuggling

betty

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Your corgi kids are so dang cute. I adore ours, and would love to experience a puppy sometime. Our tris are the furkids, but I sure would love to experience a red once before my days end!
Golly, thank goodness you bought the generator with your horrible weather. We're in northeastern Indiana, but you folks have it much worse than we do, except for temps...we hit zero last night, and our high today is 17, brr.
Ran the corgis though in the field behind the high school and they had a ball finding the bright yellow ball in the snow. Are they sure that dogs don't see color?
My hubby is driving home from TX. He's east of Memphis now, heading to Nashville, and he's in the thick of your bad weather...going 20 mph...in a semi, surrounded by folks unaccustomed to winter driving, yikes! I'm sending prayers his way!
Stay warm, and soon it shall be Spring....won't it?????

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