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Friday, January 8, 2010

I just don't think so!!

The weatherman said we have a chance of flurries Saturday and Sunday morning!!
SAY WHAT!!!!!!!
for all you smart a**e* who want to tease us - this is FLORIDA!!!!

Poor hubby is so afraid that something might freeze!!

For anyone that wants to  say poor baby - all I can say is BITE ME!  :) :) :)


Jodi said...


I guess this is what you get for all that 'beach' talk when it was blizzarding up here!!!

Better dig out those ear muffs!

Heee hee hee hee

Jodi said...

hubby is afraid 'something' might freeze??

....I won't ask.

:) :) :) :)

Sarah and Shawn said...

Yay for 2/1 submittal date!! We are hoping for the same. That would be cool if we could meet up! We will be in need of English-speaking friends!

This winter has been crazy all around...Florida temps sound crazy...we had a state of emergency decalred today and honestly have about 3 feet of snow! I guess thats what we get for living in the North!

I hope you don't freeze in EE! Layers!!

Diana said...

And what flavor did you say you are sporting this week? I'll take a bite! Tee-hee-hee! :-)

There's plenty of things that will freeze, like flowers, and fruit and stuff like that. Not gonna ask what your hubby is afraid will freeze. :-) Hate to disappoint you warm blooded Floridians, but if what you're concerned about has anything to do with the south end of a north bound donkey, it takes more than just a little cold snap to make come off.

But, seriously, if you're worried about your water pipes freezing, first of all, they won't until it gets into the low 20's during the day and low teens at night. I doubt you'll get THAT cold. But if you want to set your mind at ease, leave a tiny, but steady stream of water running in the faucet that is furthest away on the line from where the water enters your house. As long as you keep the water running through the pipes like that, they won't freeze. Do, however, make sure your outside hose bibs are shut off and drained if possible.

Sally- That Girl! said...

Sounds like us in California a month ago! Laughing over Jodi's comment!!!