Monday, June 6, 2016

Tropical Storm Day

Today has been rain, rain and some more rain from this guy named Colin.


You nose what that means???

Mama's has the barometric headaches and we is watching a NCIS marathon.


Brother Matt is in hiding from all the booms and wind.

xoxo,
Matilda

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  1. Where do you live? We're near Tampa.

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    1. A little South of J'ville. We hope ya'll fared well in the storm. We have family down there and their roads are flooded.

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  2. Hope y'all don't get too soaked!

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    1. We got a pretty good soaking but it has cleared out now :)

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  3. Poor Matt... I feel his MISERY... HATE the Booms and Bangs.
    We saw on the news about that awful Rain and Wind that you are getting. Hope that it passes SOON and Matt can come outta the closet.. so to speak..

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    1. There were lots of booms and lots of rain last night but it is all gone this morning and Matt is out of hiding ;)

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  4. We are sorry you are having wet, windy, depressing, scary day. I hope hours of Naval Justice will help you ford off the storm.

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    1. Ugh I hope ya'll all okay as well! It was a lot of rain. Momma had to drain the pool twice.

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  6. Hope your headaches go away and the rain too. I love NCIS marathons.

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    1. Headache is dull today and the rain is gone! Woot Woot :)

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  7. Crikey ....... that looks like scary weather. We've had some pretty scary weather along the east coast of Australia the last few days too.

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    1. It's not fun for sure but when you live in the "sunshine state" it happens MOL BOL ;)

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  8. We hope you all are staying safe and dry!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Arty, Jakey & Bilbo

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  9. Scary. Hide under the bed and be careful
    Lily & Edward

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  10. Our rain, though annoying, cannot compare with what's just happened along our coastline recently, and certainly can't compare to Colin. So hunker down, hopefully the electricity will stay on, so you can watch television.

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