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We decided to share some photographs of Roscoe enjoying sunshine and blue skies, but they weren’t from yesterday.
Yesterday, we decided to celebrate sunshine and blue skies, because we haven’t seen them for a couple of days. A strong cold front came in from the west and Tropical Storm Eta, which has caused such devastation in Central America and flooding in Florida decided to pass just off our coast yesterday. Combined, they hammered us with wind and rain making for a quite miserable day.
So all of these photos are not from yesterday. Nor the day before. They are from earlier this week. And, we hope, will represent what our weather will like today and this weekend.
We’re wet and soggy, but that’s it, our thoughts are with everyone impacted by this storm. Oh, and we can stop with all this tropical weather now. We don’t want to ever see Hurricane Omega.
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Our winter may have been mild so far, but, like much of the east coast, we had a little snow this week. And so we had a little fun.
It’s uplifting to see Roscoe’s happy face first thing in the morning. I so miss my Juno’s every morning.
Roscoe boy-I also hope that nasty weather will go AWAY and hope sunny skies will soon return. My prayers are also with everyone who is impacted by the storm. Have a good dry weekend all.
Love the last pic! What a face !!!