Just as the fruit trees bud, the snow comes. Typical Kansas Spring. Hope some of them survive. It was fun tho, neighbors came over for coffee, fires, under blankets, power off for a while. Now it is in the 60's . As I said, typical Kansas Spring!
Tonight I talked to my grandson, Jack, who lives in Portland, OR. He kept saying "Come over, come over?" I wanted to reach out and give him a hug, but the miles are to great. We are lucky. We can afford to make trips every so often. I know lots of grandparents don't have that ability. I try not to be too jealous of my friends who see their grandchildren all the time. I did get to see my granddaughters in KC, KS this weekend which was great. Love being a Nana!
Today was overcast and dreary. I had to go to our Payee Program early and was glad to get home around noon. As soon as the dogs were out and in, Muffet went to the stairs and found the one patch of sunshine in the day. I have the winter blahs and can't wait for warm weather. It looks like it will be awhile. In the meantime, I may have to lie down on the stairs!