The sun came out for the first time in four days. It’s comparative warmth (41 so far) is welcome and it has begun to melt our 4 inches of snow
January sun greetings–Hello Sun, where have you been? We’ve missed you Bro. Looking forward to you melting all of the snow and ice around here.
July sun greetings–Hello Sun. You here again, Bro? Where’re the clouds to blunt your heat? I need some ice water to drink. You’re melting me.
Bloom where you are planted, but you may have to move the pot. We had to move the lemon tree three times before finally finding the spot it liked. Last Spring, we placed it in the living room. By mid summer it had dropped so many leaves that moved it to the back porch, where we figured it would die by fall when the temperatures dropped. The plant looked healthy in early fall so we brought it indoors to the family room. It began to produce small buds. Now many of those buds have blossomed. If we can figure out how to pollinate the flowers with a Q-tip without killing the buds, we may actually get lemons. We can maybe even make lemonade (althought I’d rather make lemoncello.)
The House has stripped Steve King (R- Iowa) from all of his committee assignments because of his white nationalist comments. Are Republicans using him as a proxy for what they might have wished to say to the President?
You may be right, (dead right). In the gym parking lot, two coeds ambled across the parking lot with utter disregard for any cars that might have been pulling into or out of parking spots. Fortunately, a third coed driving a BMW was paying attention and let them have the right of way. As she turned the corner of the parking lot, a large amount of snow fell off the back of her car where she had not bothered to finish clearing it off over 24 hours after the snow had ceased falling. There was no poetic justice because the two ambling coeds had already passed the spot where the snow fell.