Monday, December 15, 2008


Last week there wasn't a cloud in the sky and mostly 70 degrees. That's 21 Celsius for those who live anywhere but the USA.

Today we'll see a high of 37 degrees Fahrenheit or 2.78 Celsius.

It snowed last night. This is what greeted our day in Cowtown: A light sprinkling of snow. There's more to come.

This global warming stuff has me all confused. Shouldn't we be wearing bathing suits and hitting the beach this time of the year?

Plants that had the look of autumn yesterday took on their winter coat today.

It doesn't often snow in Cowtown. Maybe once or twice a year we'll get a little snow. It's fun to watch California drivers who have no clue how to drive on snowy or icy streets.

This morning Zoe is wrapped in a blanket and hunkered down for the day. She'll get up to eat, take a drink and then skid her butt up one side of the carpet and down the other.

Zoe is an expert at butt skidding. If there was an Olympic butt skidding competition Zoe would gold medal with no sweat at all.

There's a fire in the wood stove. It's a fine day to pickup a book and read.

Now where did I put my favorite book, Green Eggs and Ham?

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Anonymous said...

Yeah, the weather is freaky here too. Looks like there are going to be a lot of people sick just due to the erratic changes in temperature.

Bob said...

I always look forward to getting sick, Fox. Best weight loss program I've ever had. 10 pounds, Bang! Just like that.

Kittie Kate said...

That's one of my favorite books too. I love Dr. Seuss.

It's cold and raining here. I think it's in the 40s.

Blessed said...

Hey Bob!
Thinking of you!!!!!

evalinn said...

Interesting weather. Sounds cosy!

Anonymous said...

These pictures are beautiful, so much cold and snow while I am prancing around naked in the scorching sun!

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