November 12, 2019

Tuesdays With Tag - Reminiscin'...

Brynwood Needleworks - Tag 2018

Hi, Everybody!
Are you there? Is it coooold where you are?

I remember last November like it was only a year ago. (I know. It was only a year ago!)
The sun was shinin', the leaves were takin' their time fallin' off the trees and the grass was crunchy.

Brynwood Needleworks - Tag November 2018
 But, at least there was grass!
It's been mostly snowin' since Halloween this year! 
We had a little warmer weather over the weekend. The snow even melted, but it started snowin' again Sunday night, and it brought cold winds with it! This isn't funny! The Black Dog and I are only goin' outside when we absolutely have to. 
Mom and Dad take turns goin' out with us, because they have to bundle up like Eskimos to keep from freezin'. We don't waste any time doin' our business, and then we zip right back to the house. We're aren't stoopid!

We're gonna keep this short this week. Mom is up to her ears in the studio; Dad is busy with his music and stuff; and Boo and I are just gonna stay in the house on our warm beds until this weather breaks. Mom says it's supposed to get warmer on the weekend, so we'll be countin' the days.

We hope you're warm, too. If you don't live somewhere that it's already warm, put on your long johns and hang in there. It should get back to nice weather in about six months! (Just kiddin')
 I'll see you again in seven. 'til then...
"Live Like Someone Left The Gate Open".

1 comment:

  1. Oh, Tag, life seems so busy these days for everyone!! I haven't stopped by in awhile but I see your Mom on Facebook all the time so I think about you often!! Well, I am one who lives where it ain't so cold this time of the year!! We got up into the low 60's today with the sun shining after the fog burned off!! Stay inside, keep warm and know you and Boo are loved!!


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