Friday, June 5, 2009
Mom Is Home ...!
Good news! Mom got out of the hospital Thursday! I went and picked her up, loaded her flowers and bags in the car, and said farewell to the money pit known as the local neighborhood hospital!
Her cat, Amy, was glad to have her back home. She sleeps with mom and while mom was gone, Amy slept on a fleece throw right beside mom's chair.
Mom is doing well, and is getting her sea legs back after 3 days in a hospital bed! The main thing is that mom is feeling better and presently has no fever!
She also ask that I send everyone her heartfelt thanks for the prayer and kind words everyone offered up.
Now, as a added special for today's post I have borrowed once again from the
"Old Farmer's Almanac" these fun weather facts about June. Pay attention...there will be a test later!
June Weather Lore
When pigs carry sticks, the clouds will play tricks.
If the birds be silent, expect thunder.
When spiders’ webs in air do fly,
The spell will soon be very dry.
When sheep collect and huddle, tomorrow will become a puddle.
When the glowworm lights her lamp, the air is always very damp.
Bats flying late in the evening indicate fair weather.
See free long-range weather predictions for the months of June and July.
And check your local 7-day forecast for the coming week.
Now I don't know about you, my friends, but I need some fresh coffee! Why not get a cup and join me on the patio for a while?