Thursday, November 30, 2006


We are expected to get about 4 to 8 inches before it is all over with.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Whacky Weather

Well folks, we have some whacky weather coming in our area. Today it will get close to 70 degrees and tomorrow we are under a winter storm watch and on Thursday some of us will get snow. We have a big cold front coming in from Canada, so tonight we will get some rain, probably some freezing and drizzle, and then, like I said snow on Thursday. YUKKKKKK!!

Thursday, November 23, 2006



Hubby and I will be going to church soon for our Thanksgiving Day Service and later we will be going to my brother's house for dinner.

Have a GOOD DAY!

Friday, November 10, 2006

Election Results

Some of you may have been watching our election results on the National News. For those of you who didn't see it or did not follow Missouri's results, here they are:

Claire McCaskill for Senator
The Stem Cell issue passed, just barely-Boo! As you know I DO NOT APPROVE OF THAT!!
The tobacco tax lost!
Our minimum wage increase passed: we are at $5.25 cents now, we will be going up to $6.50 an hour.

That's all I remember, but then again those were the important one's anyway.

Friday, November 03, 2006

Sorry it has been so long since last blog!

I'm sorry I haven't been blogging, there hasn't been much going on to blog about, until now.

As some of you know I live in the state of Missouri, and our election is coming up on Tuesday. As usual, our candidates try very hard to discredit each other through the media, and they usually do a very good job of it.
Well , this year, I have decided that I will not vote for the major candidates, because I am tired of the political backstabbing. There is a 3rd candidate on our ballot for Senator, someone that I have not even heard of, so I will vote for him, so that if anyone asks me who I voted for I can honestly say neither one one of the major ones.

We also have on our ballot the Stem Cell issue. I will vote AGAINST THAT!! I am totally against that whole issue.

We also have a tobacco tax issue on the ballot, which I will vote for, because as it is worded, If you do not use tobacco products, you do not pay the tax. Works for me!!

Getting back to the Stem Cell issue; Those of you who have been to this blog know that my husband and I go the Episcopal Church, and unfortunately our denomination is all for this research. My husband and I on the other hand do not agree with this at all!! We have never met an abortion that we liked.