Wednesday, May 01, 2013

April showers bring May flowers...

I am so ready for spring to arrive.  Today is the first day of May and tornado statistics predict that Oklahomans are more likely to deal with tornadoes in the next two weeks than any other time of the year.  But guess what is in the forecast today and tomorrow?  Snow.  Seriously.  It was 86 yesterday, predicted to be 82 today, and the high tomorrow will be 46.  I've always heard that if you don't like the weather in Oklahoma...wait a day.  True that, I guess.  We probably won't see the snow but I guess it's better than being in the 90's already and going into the summer months in a drought.  In fact, we've had so much rain that I lost all of my early tomato and pepper plants.  My cowboy hasn't even tilled the big garden yet because it's still a little wet around the garden.

What have you guys been up to?!  Me...life chaos as usual.  Little man is back in school, I'm taking classes online, and we moved.  Again.  And we're still looking for the right land to buy so I can't even feel settled yet.  *sigh*  Maybe one of these days.  My writing has taken a detour lately.  I've tried to open my files and work, and I got in a couple of good word days...but not recently.  And I really miss it.  I had several story ideas pop up so I at least put them in a file for later brainstorming.

I'm off to work on critiques and maybe my own chapter.  I also have 2 final papers to prepare for school, but I wanted to stop by and say hi.  I hope you guys are being much more productive than I am.  :)  My critique group has revamped our blog and I'll leave you guys a link if you have time to drop by and share a cup of Joe with us.

Through Heart-Shaped Glasses

*smooches*

Chelle

5 comments:

Julie Jarnagin said...

My son is supposed to play t-ball tomorrow. They're going to have to wear coats over their uniforms. :)

Chelle Sandell said...

Oh, yeah!! It'll be a chilly game for sure. At least the snow isn't coming down this far. I'm glad I didn't buy or plant anything else to replace the ones we lost. They said the low could get down to 33. I'll have to cover the seeds that are sprouting out though.

Sutton Fox said...

Holy, moly. That's crazy weather. Take care over there.

Chelle Sandell said...

Thanks, Miss Sutton! We're already back up to the high 70's. We walked with our church in a parade Saturday and about froze. Everyone was talking about how last year they wore shorts and was hot by the time it was over.

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