I’m getting on a plane this afternoon to fly back to NC after visiting my parents in Bryant this weekend. Expecting freezing rain in central Arkansas tonight, fortunately after I’m in the air. But for those not getting on a plane, be careful.
I slipped and fell on my butt this morning. I’m sore but apparently nothing serious. I will medicate and stay by the fire place. Got a bone-in ribeye with a bottle of Cabernet to ease my hurts tonight.
I’m beginning to see why you never moved to Arkansas, lol.
Snow we can deal with, but what is going on right now is extremely dangerous.
I’ll be curious to see what kind of crowd we have tomorrow night.
Well I do live in a very good area. 2 hours from New Orleans, an hour from the Gulf Coast,3 hours from the beaches in Florida but the only problem when you’re surrounded by that much water is there will be four or five times a year where you’re going to be getting in your safe spot as they call it LOL. We are going to have three or four tornado warnings every year… just part of being this close to water.
We had to make a wild trip from central Florida to Omaha Texas last week due to a death in the family. We spent the night in the city in MS where Billy lives. Got there late and left at sunrise so I didn’t get to see him. Rained all the way from Florida to MS and the roads were horrible. Seriously I could make money from farmers that need rain by taking a long ride in the bus. Just call me Homer Berry LDhog……
LRSD has cancelled all sporting events today and tuesday. and school tuesday is “AMI”. that’s home on laptops, for you without kids in school.
one son had his last JV wrestling tournament of the year, tonight in Hot Springs, so it stinks he can’t go. and the other twin has a large tournament at Har-Ber saturday, so I hope the roads clear up by then. also it’s SAE Mom’s weekend friday, so this mess needs to go away.
Just drove back from Branson this morning. I decided to drive up to Springfield and across to Joplin because I didn’t trust the road crews going back through Harrison and Huntsville. Everything was good until we got back to the Arkansas State line around Bella Vista. The Arkansas roads were in bad shape.
I drove in from Springfield this morning, Left Springfield around 830, and got to my house in Gentry at about 1130. I-44 wasn’t too bad, though it started taking on snow about 25 miles east of Joplin. 49 from Joplin to 72 was bad, and 72 was a mess. a half inch of sleet by the time I got home.