Saturday, December 29, 2007

Over the holiday break I had set a goal to post something new everyday. I missed yesterday. So if I post twice today does that make up for missing one day? Maybe, maybe not. Instead of blogging which I had put off until the evening, I watched Oregon State beat Maryland in the Emerald bowl.

I'm still looking for entries in my weather contest. So, send me news of the weather in your part of the country. It's not riaining yet but there is a low fog.

Last night I left my hero trying to blow up a rock bridge so the mercenaries couldn't get across. I know there were explosives in the 18th century, I'm just not sure how he could do this. And I suppose it will have to stop raining bcause the powder will have to be dry. Or not?

Will the hero blow up the bridge or will the mercenaries get across? Stay tuned to the continuing saga of Highland Song.

Christine Young


Anonymous said...

Hello from sunny Arizona. It is supposed to be 70 on New Year's Day and cold at night. We do have temps in the 30s at night but the desert produces some beautiful sunsets this time of year. Sorta makes up for the 110 degrees in the summers.

Ana Lee Kennedy said...

I'm from southern Ohio in the Appalachian foothills. It's been window, rainy and chilly. Yucky Christmas weather. Wish it would just snow and keep snow on the ground until spring. In the meantime, I edit to keep myself busy.

Carol Burge said...

Hey from Michigan. Today was sort of dreary, partly cloudy and in the lower 30's. Right now it's 2:30AM and 28 degrees.

They say the next few days are supposed to be pretty much the same, temperature-wise, but on New Years Eve we're supposed to get snow showers. Who knows, though, what will happen between now and then. We might have a snow storm or we might just get an extra late Indian Summer. You never know with Michigan weather!

Happy Holidays!

Genene Valleau, writing as Genie Gabriel said...

Hey, Chris! Guess you don't really need to know what the weather is where I live, since I'm just across town from you.

It was nice that it snowed on Christmas day, even if it didn't stick in my part of town. It's very unusual in the mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon to get snow on Christmas day.

It's warmed up a bit now and back to rain. The early daffodils along my front walkway are up about an inch. Can spring be far behind?

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