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I feel sacriligious saying this to YOU, Sister... but, oh my god! I totally laughed my head off over this post.;) Angie
ACK!Don't hate me, but it got up to the low 50's today.Shoot me a note with your fave colors and if I have the yarn, I'll make you a hat or a scarf. :)
I will take the rain (with out an umbrella) any day...and it is so nice to NOT be able to pump my own gas. I hope they never repeal that law, or I may have to consider moving to New Jersey, and I just can't do that. No no, no way.
Pumping gas in the snow definitely sucks ass. I'm with you on that one. It also sucks when the humidity is 90%+, the temperature is in the low 30s (or lower), and the wind is blowing. Days like that make you want to stay in the house under a warm blanket with your jammies and slippers on, drinking hot chocolate.Brrrrr. Here's hoping you got out of the cold quickly.
Happy New Year, sweetheart.Here's to meeting again in 2008!
It's below zero here. Call me sick.But I like it.
Snow as great as long as you don't need to go anywhere or feel your toes.
Yup, Below zero here too and gas is $2.99 a flippin' gallon. Happy New Year SML.
PT ~ Glad to give you a good laugh. I can laugh about it now, while I'm in the warm indoors...Sid ~ I don't hate you. I now want to BE you, or at least live where you are. Damn, I'm cold. Oh, and I'm an artist. I love ALL the colors (green is my fav).Cele ~ I love rain too. I was astounded to hear Oregon is not allowed to pump their own gas. Wow.Tewkesy ~ yes, days like that do the same to me. Warm comforter, good book. Mmmmm.Gen ~ I'd love to meet you again in 2008. So much.CV Rick ~ sigh. I can only shake my head. Pants ~ you made me laugh. Exactly. I've forgotten what my toes feel like, they've been frozen that long.Mark ~ I think our gas is way more expensive here...so count your blessings. And Happy New Year to you too! :)
Hey, I just did that this morning. In the dark. Ok, it wasn't snowing, but it was about 20 outside. I hate winter. :(
Yes, the law that prohibits pumping your own gas is a great one, especially where you live Cele. It isn't "raining" on the Oregon coast unless it is horizontal.I hope your fingers didn't freeze.
So...this doesn't have anything to do with this particular post. I just wanted to say that I love your blog and I think your honesty with yourself and others around you is refreshing. Thanks for your thoughts!!
If it makes you feel any better, pumping gas in 120 degree Las Vegas heat ain't much better.
La la la, I got snow, and I still don't have to pump my own gas. La la la
We had snow, and they were talking about closing school. Silly Willamette valley Oregonians
Boy, I don't miss that!! In fact, I don't have to pump gas at all anymore!! It's illegal out here.
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