Friday, January 6, 2012

Can you help me with my math?

Northern Illinois + January 6th = SNOW!   Well, I must not be figuring this right cuz today it was 55 degrees and I was raking leaves.  And sweating.  Sunshine cheered me up but...seriously?  No snow yet?  We need a bigger garage because I guess we need access to the snow shovels, ice melt and snow blower-in my dreams, right?-and also the rakes and lawn mower. 
Not much else.  Took down Christmas decorations outside and the porch looks naked.  Oh wait, maybe that was me.  Haven't heard from my daughter in awhile.   I am leaving it up to her to call me.  I know she has a busy life but she only seems to call if she needs something.  We were supposed to celebrate Christmas with them on New Year's Day.  She was sick and hasn't said anything about us coming over.  No problem really.  I just kind of wish she would call every once in awhile to see how I'm doing.

I want to thank all of you for your comments.  I do appreciate them.

Just went back and read comments on my last post.  I am pleased to know that I am normal.  You guys have described life as I always thought it was and should be.  I think I let Hunter get to me.  Allowed him to make me feel boring or inadequate.  Nope.  I have simple dreams.  I am low maintenance and easy to please.  Laughter.  Touching. Thoughtfulness.  Being together.  Being apart.


ancient one said...

I'm no good in math, so no help from me. I'm enjoying these warm days in winter. Hope your daughter calls you soon!

Ms. A said...

I stink at math, however I'm surprise you haven't taken a snow shovel to the weatherman, to get him to give you some snow.

Coffeypot said...

I'm not bad in math, though I couldn't tell you the square root of the hypotenuse of a Ford Edsel, but I can balance my checkbook. And you need to bone up on your self esteem. Hunter isn't good enough to be equal to you.

Out of Barnes said...

My mother always would wait for me to call and when I finally did she would ask why I hadn't called her. I told her I was waiting for her to call me since I called her last time. Try calling your daughter every now and then.

Anonymous said...

I care how you're doing.

I may be Anonymous, but I read your blog regularly. And I care how you're doing.

Kimberly said...

I haven't decided whether I like this no snow thing in Jan. It's a bit confusing. And yet, I really did enjoy being outside and the weather not being so cold.

What's normal?? LOL

Wanda's Wings said...

No snow makes me happy!

Life Love & High Heels said...

This winter has been a strange one! I'm not really complaining though!

Rob-bear said...

Peculiar year in Prairie Canada. NO snow. Temperatures around freezing, above and below.

Too warm for a Bear who hibernates.

Blessings and Bear hugs for a wonderful year.

Momma Fargo said...

Wyoming. No snow. 55 degrees. No wind.

Wait. Maybe I'm not really in Wyoming.

Where am I?

Yep. I am in Wyoming.

Crazy weather!

And.. I like math. It was my elective classes in college.Sick, I know. Just so you feel a lot better, I am NOT normal. LOL

Just Be Real said...

Math and I do not compute. blessings.

Alexandra said...

Oh, and with that: I must go back and catch up on your life.

LIFE: what fascinating books.

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