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Another winter week behind us. I don't know about you all, but I am bone tired and weary. This past week was been a trial. It started out last Friday with another ice storm. Lots of freezing rain. Then this happened early in the morning, jolting me out of bed:
One of the neighbors at the top of the hill decided to brave the ice covered hill. It didn't go well. his car slid out of control, took out a large tree, and tore through two yards across the street from us. We heard a loud bang, and were convinced someone had slid down the hill and hit my dad's truck. Thankfully, there was minimal damage and everyone was okay. Then I spent the next four days dealing with my son's stomach bug.
It has been a long winter here in Oregon. In fact, I heard on the news the other day, that a survey was taken and Portland reported being the most winter weary right now. I agree. With all the rain that fell in October, and then December and January were packed with snow and ice, and now February is bringing incessant rain and flooding. We have had multiple mudslides and lots of flooding this week as it has poured rain. I was out an about the other day, and I could see it people's eyes and faces. Everyone looks tired, pale and faces are drawn. Supposedly, we are supposed to catch a break over the weekend, and there are rumors that this large, glowing yellow ball may appear in the sky.
Anyway, even though I have wanted to just hibernate in my bed, I have gotten some stitching and reading down and caught up a bit on the blog. I hope things are going well for all of you, and that your winter is treating you a bit better. At least all the rain is hitting all of the West Coast, and alleviating the drought.
I am so hopeful that March will bring some nicer weather. Speaking of March, have you signed up for
Onto blogging stuff. This past week I featured:
Friday: Friday Forecast
Received for review:
Review: The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak
Tuesday: Tell Me Something Tuesday: Romantic Couples
Wednesday: Review: P.S. I Like You by Kasie West
Thursday: Review: City of the Lost by Kelley Armstrong
Friday: Friday Forecast
That's it from Portland. Let's hope drier weather is on the way!