Friday, April 4, 2008

Craziness...

I was just on my way to work (so this won't be long) and the person on the radio said that the pollen count is already up over 1,000 (no surprise there) and the reason it was so high so early is because we had such a mild winter! WHAT?!? Did you think we had a mild winter? I mean, it snowed...more than once! It was below freezing...a lot! I wore a heavy coat since like November or something. What is wrong with these weather experts? I mean, was it really all that mild? Plus, I really don't think that this is early for pollen around here...it's always yellow about now...

Anyway...as a side note, 101.5 and 94.9 both have such good morning shows that I can't decide who I like more and I keep switching back and forth. The Country radio stations are really bringing their game these days.

So, that's enough randomness for now. I'd wait a while to wash your car...

3 comments:

Midlife Mom said...

We are getting allergy stuff already and we had the worst winter in ages. As it melts off the fields I think stuff gets stirred up. I'm already snuffing and sneezing! Thanks for the instructions on doing a YouTube video!! I appreciate all the help I can get as I am rather computer challenged! My computer guy is VERY patient with me. I should make him some cookies.

Midlife Mom said...

I forgot to mention, go to Cricut.com and it will bring up the cricut machine that I was telling you about. It makes VERY detailed die cuts and you can layer them for extra accents. A little pricy but I watched for sales at Jo-Ann Fabric and AC Moore and got a discount. It's worth taking a look at if you do lots of scrapbooking. :o)

andysbethy said...

My mom was complaining about the pollen too, and I was shocked. We had our yellow dusting over two weeks ago, and are completely done with it now. I swear, South GA is like a totally different state!
I will say that we, down here, have had an extremely mild winter, but maybe that is normal? I was wearing tank tops in January, and have already pulled out the shorts. I think the only time I wore an actual coat, instead of a jacket, was when I went to Illinois in January!