Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning!

Just me and the chickens here to wish you a toasty day…

Good-Morning!

However you may achieve it, try to stay warm.Β 

And, just remember,

Tomorrow is going to be colder!

So enjoy today!

~*~

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30 thoughts on “Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning!

  1. shoreacres says:

    It’s 38 degrees here. I’m having one more cup of coffee, which ought to give it time to hit 40. That’s my lower limit for heading to work. We’re going to stay in the 50s, which means varnishing will be iffy. But sanding? Oh, yeh. Have a good day!

    • Lynda says:

      Linda, it is amazing how one or two degrees can make a difference to your tolerance. Before we moved here I would never have imagined that I could feel the difference between 32 deg. and 35 which actually felt warm by comparison! πŸ˜€ But, to be working out by a large body of water all day, well, I would have to wait for at least 45 to 50 degrees. The moisture in the air makes it feel far more cold on my bones! The low for the am hours will be 7. The high tomorrow? about 27.

    • Lynda says:

      Same here, Lori! Although, you’ve been getting a bit more severe weather than us for quite a while now. (I’ve been keeping track of Anadarko’s weather.)

    • Lynda says:

      Yes, Annie, tomorrow we will awaken to a balmy 7 degrees with severe windchill. Then the high will be about 27 degrees… I will be cracking ice off water troughs all day. 😦 I should not complain. I have friends in Indiana, Illinois and South Dakota who are far below freezing and have been for days!

    • Lynda says:

      Nancy, we don’t have near the severe weather you get up there in winter, but I have experienced pulling frozen eggs from the nest! Some days you just can’t get out there often enough to prevent it.

      I’ve always just tossed them, but now I wonder if they couldn’t be warmed to room temp and boiled? Hm. Think I will try this to see what happens! LOL!

  2. Playamart - Zeebra Designs says:

    i love the image and have totally been off the grid and have no idea what the weather’s like up there.. looks like it’s cold! glad you’re keeping your sense of humor.. send it here, as the drama about the power is at full throttle right now and full volume iin spanish.. it’s crazy! about to be offline again.. z

    • Lynda says:

      Lisa, I haven’t been keeping up with my blog or anyone else’s for an age. I didn’t know about the power issues where you are. Will have to go read now…

      A friend’s father, in Costa Rica, used to supply the power up on the mountain where he lived. Then the government came in and took over the job. Problem was, that the power always went out. Not a problem for him, because he still had his turbine down on the river that ran through his property. He would just walk over to a large switch in the dinning room and pull it down. Voila! He had power on his finca! πŸ˜‰

      Hope the local power issues are remedied soon!

  3. LB says:

    If it weren’t for my worry over the homeless, the elderly, and the animals, I’d have no problem with these very cold temps. Then again, I’m a winter lover.
    Although now that I say that, I realize that I should have put my brand new battery tender on my bike. I suspect these temps will kill it.
    So! How was Bob’s first day of work?

    • Lynda says:

      He’s doing well, Laurie. However, he is very nervous about not having a hands on job to do. He is supposed to observe this week and then begin guiding the staff next week. This is a difficult transition mentally for a hands on type of guy! πŸ˜‰

      It should never be this cold without a bit of snow to show for it! Although, knowing like you, that many live having no roof over their heads, makes me want to retract that statement.

    • Lynda says:

      I know, Patti, I didn’t want to be. Tomorrow will be the challenge for me. We will never get above freezing and I will be poring boiling water and cracking ice for the animals all day. 😦

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