Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Row, Row, Row your boat,
gently down the road,
down my street.
With all the rain we are having, I feel like this is what I will need in a few minutes. We have already had 9 inches or rain according to my neighbor across the street. Schools were closed yesterday and today due to flooding. Temperatures are expected to drop and the rain change to snow. I can deal with the snow better than the rain. After a few rainy days, I begin to feel gloomy. Anxious to see some snow-I would love to 'play in the snow' for a few hours.
So far, and I repeat, So far-I have been very lucky. Many of my friends have water in their basement and their roads are flooded. I have been lucky not having any of these hardships and very thankful.
Since I didn't have school yesterday, I went to Lynchburg with #2 daughter. She has been accepted into Lynchburg College Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program. She was so excited and very impressed with the college's program. She also has an interview with another college on Feb. 1st. Then the choice will be up to her to make which college she wants.
We did have a beautiful weekend prior to all the rain we are experiencing now. Temperatures were in the 70's; such a gorgeous weekend.
We took grandson to the park.
Hub enjoyed reminiscing about what all he did growing up close to this same river.
Little did I know the change that was going to take place.
All of this type of weather happened today.
The calendar does say January, right?