Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Here's What Happened......
Yesterday , a little after 4:00 , I saw what I call a 9-1-1 call , go down our road. A sheriff's car, an ambulance, and a fire truck. It was a fire... I saw many volunteer fire fighters and a police car from town, 6 tankers of water. They were there over 2 hours. My husband drove by there this morning and called me to say it was the out building , where tractors, lawnmowers and such were kept. Thankful it wasn't one of our neighbor's homes. There's a grouping of 7 homes there.
Today is dangerously cold out. Stay in if you can. Just be safe. XO
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It is not as cold here as there. We had snow all day yesterday but got less than 1 inch. The untreated streets were slippery last night, but not too bad today. Please be careful if you go out. I'm off to work now.ReplyDelete
P.S. That sunset was gorgeous!
Hi Kathy, I know there are sunset lovers out there like myself. Thank you. I am supper careful when it's slick...and there's no way I am staying out longer than getting the mail. I didn't even put the trash container out for today, cause I did not want to fool with it. LOL. Blessings, stay warm. xoxo,SusieDelete
fire is such a scary thing, the fire fighters are certainly a brave bunch! Its terrible cold here, school was cancelled its so cold,ReplyDelete
Laurie, I did worry about the firemen, being out in the bitter cold fighting a fire with that water spray. I was thankful it was not a home. We need to love our fire fighters and policemen....their jobs are dangerous....but so helpful. Blessings, stay warm. xoxo,SusieDelete
I'm so glad the fire wasn't someone's home. Love your snow and beautiful sunset. Stay warm today....stay inside! Sweet hugs!ReplyDelete
Diane, I am only going out for the mail when it runs and I will be wearing warm coat, scarf and gloves. Yes, I was thankful the fire was an out building instead of someone's home. It's so darn scary. Enjoy your nice weather...send me some, please. xoxo,SusieDelete
Brr, and I thought it was bad that we're dropping to 21º tonight. Your photos are amazing.ReplyDelete
I tell my husband when it's this cold..it is colder than a tin t-shirt. I did get to the mailbox this morning. The birds are all I have seen today...No traffic has come down our road yet. I road plow fellow must have . Stay warm there. I am amazed at how cold it is all over the U.S.. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
We only got a couple inches of your snow but cold it is here in Michigan too. The sun shine is beautiful this morning at least. I love your sunset pictures.ReplyDelete
Hi Peggy, I hope you are warm and have something very good to eat. The sun shined all day yesterday and it is out again today...that just helps me get through these horrid cold days. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
I'm only a few counties south of you, if I remember right, and BRRRR is it ever COLD today! Staying in is exactly what I plan to do ...well, except for I have to run to the grocery real quick ;) As for that beautiful sunset, I had to step out on the porch to snap a few pics too. A pink sky is one of my favorite things ever. Blessings!ReplyDelete
Hi Angela, I have missed you. I am so glad others got to see that beautiful sunset. It just doesn't feel so cold when you can see that kind of sunset. Bless your heart, xoxo,SusieDelete
The wind has just started here. Will be here until tomorrow night. At least the sun is out. We only had an inch of snowReplyDelete
Missy, I am forever thankful for the sun shining on these super cold days. It just helps. Stay safe, xoxo,SusieDelete
Beautiful sunset shots, Susie! And yes, it is certainly dangerously cold out there!ReplyDelete
Thank you Judy. I hope you are warm and enjoying time with your pets and husband. xoxo, SusieDelete
Hi Susie, Loved your pictures. So glad no one was injured in the fire. It has been snowing lightly here and cold, so I'm staying in. Have a great afternoon!ReplyDelete
Noreen, I had a sick feeling thinking it was a home burning. There's a line of pines that blocked our view of that area. So I was relieved when Ted told me it was an out building. I am hoping these bitter temperatures do not last much longer. Stay warm and safe. Bless you, xoxo,SusieDelete
Wow, Susie. What a cold snap you are having but that sunset is gorgeous. I love the snow but when you only get, if you are lucky, a couple of inches a year, I guess I can say that. Don't know how I'd fare in your neck of the woods..Happy Wednesday..JudyReplyDelete
Judy, the weatherman said it would last another 48 hours possibly. brr. Thankful the sun is shining. I just stepped out on the porch to enjoy the sun, because the wind was blowing from the wnw...so it was not reaching me, our porch faces south. I have seen snow in Arizona this year...that was probably fun for all of them. :):) Oh we never have the snows some places have, I would have to move if we got what New York has Gotten the past year. So scary. I shovel the driveways...not so sure I could shovel the roof. LOL. Hope you are having some fun things to do. Nellie at Berries and More mentioned doing puzzles, and that sounds kind of fun, since I have not done one in years. We usually do crosswords and suduko puzzles. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
I guess today was warm at 27 degrees. The real nasty stuff gets here tonight with the 0 temps and the wind chill and all that.ReplyDelete
I do really like the sunset pictures! There's so much space where you live compared to here.
Boston Boy, Today was very cold and tonight is to really be much colder.. I may have to sleep in long johns. LOL. It's a 3 dog night and I have no dogs. Today there was not a cloud in the sky. Blue skies and sunshine keep me from going stir crazy. I'll be ready to do something this weekend. Stay warm tomorrow.Delete
I saw that Beth has posted today. I sure pray she can get back to herself soon. She's had it pretty rough. Blessings to you, xoxo,Susie
Have you stayed warm enough today, Susie? We are going to have really cold temperatures tonight. Schools are on a two-hour delay. The wind is something fierce! xo NellieReplyDelete
Nellie, I have the fireplace going all day. Plus some times I will boil water while in the kitchen to get some warm moist air. Our town has a two hour delay for schools . But the three grandkids that I have in the neighboring town , their school has been closed for 2 days and will be again tomorrow. It's too cold. I could never take this long. Makes me miss those 40 degree days. LOL. Stay warm , turn on the electric blanket. xoxo,SusieDelete
I found your blog on Bee Lady. What a lovely sunset. I live in Tennessee and we are just getting the cold and wind tonight. As a teacher, I am glad we are starting 2 hours late tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Hi Mrs. C, I blog with Nellie at Berries and More, she lives in Knoxville. I think she is a retired teacher. My daughter teaches here in town, Tipton , In. They are having 2 hr delays this week. But in the town where my 3 youngest grands go, they are closed. Thank you for visiting me today. Blessings to you and yours, xoxo,SusieDelete
It's been very, very cold here and I am staying inside. Your sunset photo is just gorgeous...the colors are fabulous! I love sunsets, as you know. :) Take care and stay warm!ReplyDelete
Cheryl, I love seeing your sunset photos too. Today is bitter cold. to be that way for a couple more days. Staying close..xoxo,SusieDelete
Dearest Susie! I just finished catching up with you! Wow! I cannot believe there is a bird still standing in your bitter cold world right now.ReplyDelete
I loved the post with the sweet wedding pictures and with you and Ted sporting fashion that I am far too familiar with. Times were fun back then. Makes me think of Eight track tapes and customized vans...LOL!
Emma's hair is so long! Liz looks wonderful!
You know how much I love the view from your back yard. It's both peaceful and G L O R I O U S.
I wish you warm blessings!
Thank you Lynne, for the kind words. 8track tapes, now that is funny. It is very cold again here. to be that way for a few more days. I am ready for the 40 degrees to come back. LOL. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Susie, I don't know how you can bear the cold weather like that. I think this winter is going to be another brutal year for low temps. Stay warm.ReplyDelete
Maggie, I was truly hoping we would have a milder winter than last year. This week is more like Feb. temperatures. I will stay warm, in my house. LOl. xoxo,SusieDelete
It was 12 degrees here this morning in Conyers, Georgia! We don't like this Arctic cold!ReplyDelete
I love the photo of your sunset and I am so happy you feed the birds! We do too! Stay warm!
Susie, I think you have the prettiest sunsets in blog land. This is truly beautiful. I love all the purple in this picture. I hope the fire didn't cause too much damage in your neighborhood. Stay warm, my friend. It is one cold January......brrrrrr.ReplyDelete
So glad your neighbors were safe. Love your sunset photos! Beautiful! Did not know that about the doves. Poor babies!ReplyDelete