January 24, 2008

BRRR......Baby it's Cold Outside!!!!!!

I have not ventured out today. The temp. at 6:30 a.m. was minus 11 degrees. I don't even want to think about the WINDCHILL!
It is not much warmer now. Mr. Big did however go out, being the brave soul he is.
The sun was shining, but now it is snowing again. It is pretty, but by March I will be wanting to go somewhere warm :).
To pass the time today, I have been playing with different things on the computer. I learned how to add a clock and the big one, a Slide show!
By the end of the day, there may be more changes to my blog. Alas, the laundry, dinner, paperwork, etc. will still be undone.
One of the best things about blogging is learning how to do new things. The best part of this for me is meeting many new people all over. Learning, laughing and also crying for everyone we come intact with helps keep life in perspective.

Keep blogging!

Good thoughts to all,



Kookaburra said...

Hey Gig,
I like your clock! I see that you are gaining more confidence changing your blog. More power to you. I really like the photos that you publish and the snow plow looks like it has quite a job ahead of it! I discovered that when I click on a photo I get an enlarged image ... and your photo of the AuSauble River is mighty pretty.I can see the colours in the pines (firs?)on the far bank.
I am going to Google to find out more.

Happy blogging :), Mark.

Kookaburra said...

Ooh! Have just seen the Slideshow in the sidepanel. Terrific!

Gig said...

Hey Mark,
I am still playing on blog as I comment back. Thanks for the great support! Observing your changes on your blog inspired me. Needless to say, I have not accomplished much in the house today. I did make dinner, though.
I am glad you like the pictures. This is a beautiful part of Michigan. Check later, I am going to post a site for the AuSauble Canoe Marathon.

Chat later:), Deb

bindhiya said...

Hi Gig,
Glad to know children's are back in home.
Nice Pictures! I just love the snow.
Take care

Gig said...

Glad you stopped by. We are so thankful the children are back safe and sound. Hopefully, they learned their lesson.
I really do love the snow, and watching the grandchildren playing in it!
Take care,
love you, Debbie