Mercy me... if that's *your* forecast, I don't even wanna know mine!
Yea! Our temp's are already dropping...31 degree now and falling! Means bot flies, grasshoppers and all the others will come to an end here too!BUT....is that SNOW I see in your forecast??? The Cascades (Stevens Pass) got their first last nite..I'm hoping it stays in the mountains!
Oh, my... and I thought WE were having a cold snap with night temps in the 50's! I'm ready for "cool" but thankful we don't "do" snow here. At least not at this time and not often ever.Yea for the demise of bugs, though!Blessings!
Here in Michigan we are having some low temps as well. Typical for this time of year. And as in every past Halloween should be raining when my 8 year wants to trick-or-treat! I do so love fall though, the fresh air, the beautiful colored leaves littering the grass and hanging from the trees. The apple cider and caramel apples from our local apple barn. Do you happen to crochet? I would love to crochet a blanket! Take care, Marissa
Now I know why I don't live up there!! Brrrr!!!! The lows are still in the 40's and 50's here, highs in the 70's and 80's. Guess we got it pretty good in New Mexico!! Baling hay now.
O.K. Erin, hope your bundled up!I can't help but give you this little 'I Love Your Blog' award. Of course you'll have to check out my blog to see it. You so take me back to my farm girl days. Thanks for sharing your little spot of ground with the blogging world.
Did you get your snow today?? Can't wait to see pictures. Is it a country wide phenomenon or just a midwest thing that on the first snow of the year everyone stares at it like they've never seen it in all their life, and gracious drive, like they've never put their SUV in 4 wheel drive? LOL. Blessings, Whitney
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