14 March 2007

Get the hip waders...

The temps are cooling a bit, but still "unseasonably warm" according to the weatherman types who are supposed to know. I get my weather info from the 'net. I do occasionally check out local network weather, mostly to see what all the fuss over Sven is about. Apparently the little Nordic hottie has all the teenage girls and gay men in the Metro atwitter. Doesn't do it for me, but I'm over 16 and het. Anyway, along with the warm weather, 7 of the next 10 days have some sort of precip in the forecast. Good for the melt, not so good for drying out. The soil needs the moisture, but I'm tired of mopping already.
This is truly a Minnesota blog. I've regressed to talking about the weather. I have a couple of posts perking in the back of my brain, sort of in response to things I've read elsewhere lately, but I'll save those for another day. For now, I shall return to my life as a domestic goddess, and wipe a little nose, do a little laundry, and otherwise just try to make some visible progress through my home.

6 comments:

Kelly said...

It's the same here in MI. Our yard is such a muddy mess, but I'm loving these warmer temps! Back to the 30's on Friday, yuck! Mopping is always a never ending chore.

Enjoy the warmer temps!

MamaMichelsBabies said...

Gette.... we wouldn't be Minnesotan if we didn't discuss the oddness of our weather patterns. 65 and sunny one day, 30 and snowing the next, where else in the world can you find that kind of excitement. Except hurricane areas.... *shudder* Keep perking an moppin, pretty soon we shall see some green stuff out of this mess. If the roots survive the flood of course. (And not that kinda green stuff!)

LZ Blogger said...

We can't wait for the snow to melt and then we can't wait for the sod to dry out and by the time all that happens.... it's time for it to snow again! ~ jb///

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

i dont think a day gos by I dont complain about our weather:)

Cliff Morrow said...

Domestic goddess eh. Yes you are. We are to get the last of three loads of 1/2" gravel this morning. Folks who live on cement roads should be happy they don't have to spend two grand a year on their driveways.
I'm assuming I wouldn't be interested in the guy the kids are going gaga over.

Gette said...

Not unless you're a REALLY big weather geek, Cliff. ;)