Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Brrr, It's Cold...

We're here in the deep freeze in North Texas. Snow is high and getting higher. Anyway, the temp is below freezing--supposed to get down to minus 3--but we're safe and relatively warm. At least, for now. You'd think this is good weather to hunker down and write, but I haven't really accomplished much.

I imagine it will be a few days until things get back to normal. Meanwhile, stay safe. See you in a while. 

4 comments:

Patricia Bradley said...

Tell me about it! It is the perfect time to write and my brain is somewhere else. lol We have about 3-4 inches of snow and ice and expecting more tomorrow. At least we've made it to 18°! And everything is working! I have neighbors whose heat went out and they can't get a replacement pump because UPS isn't delivering from Memphis.

Stay warm!

Richard Mabry said...

I sort of twitted my wife because she went to the post office and grocery store when she did, but the next day there was lots of snow on the ground, and we haven't been up to freezing temperature since. I thought something was wrong with one of our heating units, but the repairman pointed out that it was working its little heart out just to keep up with the three degree temp outside. We're warm and dry, but ready to be warmer.

Priscilla Bettis said...

The daughter in Texas went without power for 6 hours, and then had it for a couple of hours, then lost it for 14 hours, then it went back on long enough for a hot shower and to cook dinner. It's off again. She said she and hubby are fine, but they've never been in such cold weather before!

We are supposed to get the cold front tonight here in central VA, but it's only dropping to 21 degrees, none of that single digit stuff!

Richard Mabry said...

Power off all around us, but so far, we've missed it. The cold reminds us of when we visited Canada and were told that they'd never had it this cold before. It just seems to go with us. But there's light at the end of that tunnel, and I don't think it's an approaching train.