I am writing this Thursday evening!
Once again as in the last previous weeks
I have been blessed with beams of light
shining through my windows.
The same had happened today,
there were very few clouds in the sky.
the trees stood motionless,
content to remain still and enjoy the warmth on the branches.
I grabbed my morning cup of coffee,
checked the weather on the computer,
there was the Weather Warning Sign.
I thought to myself, not today Mr. Weatherman , not today.
I thoroughly enjoyed my morning,
had my nap as scheduled for my health everyday at two o/clock.
When I awoke from my nap, I lay in bed and I thought to myself,
the wind must have picked up, you could hear the howling echoing as it swirled,
around the exterior of the house.
I grabbed my housecoat, I went to the window in my front room to look out.
Some of the trees were meant down to the ground,
It was a very strong wind,
I went to leave my dog in,
He could not get in fast enough,
He looked at me like he was saying,
Where were you.?
Then the rain started, sleet, hail and finally the snow.
My husband came home from work,
he said the roads were treacherous,
and now about a half an hour ago
he got called back to work
as it is his week on call.
He was just going to bed.
So he is on his way and the wind continues to blow,
I can hear my chimes outside by my front door knowing the wind is picking up its furious pace.
Yesterday I was thinking of putting away the winter boots and jackets,
I thought no I better wait just a little longer.
I do have to admit that we need all the moisture we can get this way
as it has been very dry with our early Spring.
I will sit up and wait for his call so that I will know he is safe....
One of my sisters left yesterday for Mexico.
and my other one is leaving tomorrow night for another part of Mexico,
They sure knew when to get out of town.
So they will be in bathing suits
and I very well could be in a parka and winter boots.
I just pray no matter where we are or what we are doing
that we all are safe.
I am going to go put some music on
and wait for his call,
then back to sleep for this little chickadee.
Be well my friends,
Until next time.