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Friday, March 22, 2013

Song for Friday...for spring???

I was all set to write a post yesterday about 'spring in the forest' when we were
whollaped with the worst spring storm I've ever witnessed.
We had hurricane force winds, snow, sleet, hail and rain and then
the power was off for 24 hours!
Yikes!
We had a nice night though by candle and kerosene lamp light, I worked on
some projects by hand and we listened to some lovely Scottish fiddle
music on the computer (yes we still had SOME technology!).
Anyway, I'm not really going to say much about this
song except it's a funny excuse for entertainment!
Happy Spring Equinox all!
Have a great weekend!
 

4 comments:

the wild magnolia said...

Happy Spring Equinox to you!

Sounds like mother nature didn't know what she wanted and sent the whole weather package!

Scottish fiddle music sounds right to me. Working by hand and candle light.

Wishing you good weather this weekend.

Nancy Kay said...

Sounds like quite a storm! Sorry you lost electricity; that's always inconvenient! I think we're getting a bit of that front today. Winds blew like crazy the last few days, and this morning it's snowing very lightly. It's quite gloomy out. However, your song offering was fun...haven't listened to an Elvis tune in a long time.

farmlady said...

I hope the song helped... it only made me feel OLD. I remember Elvis like that and one of those girls? She's old like me now. I can't remember her name.
Glad you weathered the storm. Mother Nature sure lets us know who's boss doesn't she?
Have a good, and quieter, weekend.

farmlady said...

I hope the song helped... it only made me feel OLD. I remember Elvis like that and one of those girls? She's old like me now. I can't remember her name.
Glad you weathered the storm. Mother Nature sure lets us know who's boss doesn't she?
Have a good, and quieter, weekend.