Like a Banshee! Howling and screeching with heavy winds pounding the side of our motorhome for the first three days of our stay in Lawton. Then, it calmed down for a couple of days, got its second wind and came back with a vengeance....
...this time bringing with it snow, sleet, and more heavy winds. We woke up on our second to last day to our car and the motorhome covered with a sheet of ice on one side.
The cats claimed they were brave enough for the weather. Yep, they lasted less than a minute and I thought I was spoiled!
We were suppose to leave today (Monday), but decided to delay our travel south until tomorrow. We will give the cold front another day to move out of the area and for the roads to dry. The sun is out and it looks inviting except for the temperature....yea, I'm with the cats....I think I'll stay indoors.
|come pet me|
We spent this last week having a wonderful visit with our daughter and our two granddaughters along with their two cats. I could only get a photo of Flower. She loves attention until I pulled out the camera. She must have said something to Indy because he did not come out of hiding until after I put up the camera.
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Now that's a family portrait! Don't they look like they are a lot of fun? You bet they are. We had a great time catching up with all three of them. We took Bry and Vi out shopping while their mom was at work. We found out that Vi needs everything that catches her eye whether it is a bracelet, an adult size Mario themed PJ's or Chick-Fil-A nuggets.
In the meantime, Bry proved to be quite a young lady and very grown up by making sure Vi focused on getting what she really needed - shoes while she shopped for jeans.
Bry is in high school and also attending Upward Bound at the university. We are very impressed with how well adjusted and mature both our granddaughters have become in the last three years.
On The Cutting Board
Or maybe that should say On the Operation Table
This is Pirate Bunny (PB). He has been Vi's constant companion to the doctors' office, clinics, and hospitals since she was diagnosed with Hashimoto. He was looking a little frazzled from all the caring hugs he has given Vi over the years.
I asked who was doing the surgery. She looked right at me and said "I hope you will do it."
So, PB came home with us for the night and I'm happy to say the surgery was a success. He was feeling so good that he even got a tattoo!
Pirate Bunny went home feeling stronger and energized for the next visit to the doctor's office with Vi.