Friday, November 10, 2017

Weekend Fun

We are joining our friends McGuffy's Reader and 15 and Meowing for Friendly Fill-Ins. Be sure to hop around and see everyone’s answers.
• The best part of where I live are the mild winters. It rarely snows and when it does, the entire city shuts down!

• The worst part of where I live is our children don’t live here which means our granddaughter doesn't live here!

• If I had the money, I would have a place where dogs could live out their lives with love and comfort.

• My favorite article of winter clothing is my LSU hoodie. As you can see, it is in two of these photos! 


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44 comments :

  1. seems we live at the same place... 3 snowflakes and we have emergency state LOL

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    1. If they even think it might flurry, the kids are out of school!

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  2. Unfortunately, where I live we need several feet for them to close down the city! :) Cute pics!!

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    1. Snow is so unusual here that we simply have no idea how to drive in it and I've never seen a snow shovel. LOL!

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  3. Mom remembers so well the time it snowed in Jennings, Louisiana!

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    1. It is always a time to remember when it snows here. These pictures were our version of a blizzard! LOL!

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  4. We are looking forward to hopefully lots of snow this winter! Enjoy your weekend!

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    1. We are always shocked and surprised if it actually snows here!

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  5. Such great fill in and photos to go with them!!
    xoxo,
    Jakey, Arty & Rosy

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  6. It hasn't snowed here since 1960, we don't miss it.

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    1. I wouldn't mind it snowing once a year (for one day) but I don't like the melting slush. I'm not a big fan of cold weather.

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  7. I hear you about the snow. Even though we are north of you snow can still paralyze our city too. We don't get much so we don't have tons of equipment like Virginia and north and omcs it can take 4ever to clear our roads.

    Your little wee person is aDORable!
    hugs madi your bfff

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    1. Thank you! She is my favorite wee human! If there is even a dusting of snow, you can't find bread in any store. LOL!

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  8. SHE loves the mild, no-snow winters here....and the NO HUMIDITY summers. Love the fill-ins.

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  9. We do get a kick out of the places that "freeze up" if they get a smatter of snow. It takes an out right blizzard to shut things down here
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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    1. It is funny how people react to snow here. I think our kids were in high school before we ever had a big snow of like 7". I am here to tell you our city freaked out! Hahaha!

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  10. Great answers ! We wish we had mild and almost no-snow winters... Purrs

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    1. I don't do well in cold weather. There are years when we can wear tee shirts on Christmas!

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  11. We loved your fill in answers. We wish our city would shut down when it snowed. It would make life so much easier. :)

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    1. Our city has no choice. We don't know how to drive in snow. There are no snow tires or snow shovels so we just hunker inside or build a snowman.

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  12. It's funny to see y'all in the snow!! We actually saw our first flakes today, luckily it was not even enough to cover the ground yet (but it's windy and WAY too cold!).
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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    1. It's funny that we get snow! It is always a freak storm.

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  13. Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, nice answers. Your granddaughter is so adorable. It must be tough not having her close by. Have a nice weekend!

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    1. It is very tough to not be close to our granddaughter. That is why our house is for sale! We hope to move close to her soon.

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  14. I love Louisiana! I know I have some family there, though I never knew them. I love your answers and your pictures. Very sweet. I hope we get to hang out together someday. You rock. Hugs!

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    1. Thanks, Annie! Maybe you can visit someone for some Cajun food and Mardi Gras!

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  15. We woke up to snow this morning! It's no big deal around here, although ghostwriter wasn't too happy about it.

    That was a great video! Thanks so much.

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    1. It is getting into the 40's at night here which is really cold for us! LOL!

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  16. Our worlds are very different but I sure can see what you love about yours! It takes 6' of snow to shut down our area. It's happened only once in the the two decades I've been here.

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    1. It is hard to imagine that much snow! My mom and brother live in NYC so they send me pics of giant snow piles. I love photos of snow but not the real deal too much.

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  17. That hoodie does look warm and cozy. I would flop down on it for a nap as soon as it came out of the dryer.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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    1. The boys enjoy snuggling me when I wear it. Dog hair don't care! LOL!

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  18. I wish I was where there was hardly any snow. Warm I need warm.

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    1. You should come visit us! Louisiana is the "sportsman paradise" so you could hunt.

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  19. Hey my love! Have you guys moved out of Shreveport yet?? I hate that I didn't take the chance to meet up with you before we moved. My mom and dad are firmly planted in Bossier City (Greenacres Place) for life, haha. I miss those mild winters. Boston is a tundra of cold!! Anyhoo, if you are still in Louisiana, give it a big hug for me. I miss my people!!! And of course, I obsess over LSU football! LSU Law grad here!! :)

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    1. Hey stranger!! Yes, we are still in Shreveport but our house is for sale so hopefully, we won't be here much longer. I can't imagine transplanting to somewhere with lots of snow. Our daughter got her master from LSU in B.R. and both my kids graduated from LSUS. Geaux Tigers!

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  20. When we lived in London snow used to create chaos, so it's so nice to live in the Scottish Highlands where snow is a normal expected thing, so live just goes on.

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    1. I would love to visit the Scottish Highlands! I can only imagine how lovely it must be there. Thank you for visiting us.

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  21. Oh my gosh, that snow pic is hilarious! Clearly the boys enjoyed it more than you did judging by that taunt leash. Ah yes, snow...we once knew you well. Now if you'd just grace us with your presence to cut down on the crunched up leaf dust though I admit not having to shovel a large corner lot with sidewalks isn't bad at all. 😇

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    1. Bentley and Pierre enjoyed the snow since it was new to them. I'm not a fan of cold weather but since snow is so rare, we always go out exploring in it.

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  22. Those are good answers. We will try to send you some cold weather when it gets here!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. You doods get crazy cold weather and tons of snow! We would not know how to act with that much of the white stuff!

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