It sucks when you’ve got stubby little legs and there’s five inches of fresh snow on the ground! Doesn’t make it very easy to got potty.
I don’t think Strider was too happy with me. I shoveled the sidewalk, but not the yard. How dare I?
There are some positives to working at a TV station that’s in the middle of a cornfield, 10 miles from town. There’s even more when you are working there when the sun rises. And when everything is covered in a half inch layer of ice, you get some lovely pictures.
Strider loves his car rides. There was severe weather in the area over the weekend, so I had to go and drive right into it, and of course, the Corgi got to come along.
Got some lovely pictures. I love thunderstorms.
And my favorite. I love the contrast in colors during storms. Especially when back-lit by the sun.
We’re going into my favorite time of the year. Spring. aka Severe Weather Season. People think I’m nuts…going out after these storms, but, I know how to chase. I work at a TV station, and I’m pretty sure my meteorologist friends/co-workers would smack me upside the head if I didn’t do it safely.
So expect pictures. Lots and lots of pictures of storms.
Wow! Two posts in as many days! There’s a reason though…
I’ve reached 60 followers!! Yay! I know that’s not a whole ton, compared to some of the blogs that I follow, but for someone who is still fairly new at blogging…THANK YOU SIXTY AWESOME PEOPLE!
So, I will give you pictures…of a snow storm…on March 24th.
Thank you, Kansas…
Strider enjoyed playing in the snow this morning…
And because it’s cute…A Random Fuzzy Duck-Rabbit Pen Thing!
A rainy day to match my mood. *blargh*
It was a rare day today…Late January…Mid 70s, with severe weather in the area. It heralds the return of Lake KOAM. Also known as “The Big Damn Puddle in Front of the Building.”
I took these pictures outside my office window. Just before the temperature dropped 20 degrees. 73 today, 38 tomorrow. Yay.
Welcome to Kansas.