Sunday, June 21, 2015

Much Ado About Nothing

Greetings bloggies,

How is everyone tonight?  Happy Sunday evening.  So when last we met, my fair city was facing impending doom and gloom (according to the weather people) and if you saw the barren grocery store aisles, you would think the end of the world was coming.  Happy to report that Tropical Storm Bill was nothing but a bunch of hot air.  Really. We got rain, some of it severe, but nothing like what was forecast.  Luck was on our side this time.  But hey, it's Hurricane season, this will happen again, just hopefully not here.

Moving on.

Happy Father's Day to all the daddies out there, I hope your day was a great one.  I spent the early afternoon with my dad and my siblings and nieces and nephew. Quality family time -nothing like it.

I hope all of you are doing well. I plan to visit your blogs (as many as I can get to) tonight.  You have been warned.  :)

Well guys, it's Sunday, new week ahead full of endless possibilities.  Go out and make it happen.


Peace.

4 comments:

Bouncin Barb said...

I'm so glad Bill was a flop! That's the best kind of storm. Hope you're doing well!

Yvonne said...

Yes there was relief for sure! I'm hanging in there, thanks. I hope all is well with you too. :)

David Batista said...

I haven't been a good blogger, so it took me a few days before seeing this. So glad you didn't need to board Noah's Ark or anything! I was worried for H-Town there for a while. Forgot to call my brother, though, to check in on him. He lives in Katy.

So glad you had fun celebrating Father's Day with your dad. That's so cool! :)

Oh, and don't bother visiting my blog. I haven't written anything in a while. Not sure if I ever will.

Or maybe ... maybe your return will inspire me! ;)

Yvonne said...

David-Hey you! Oh please continue blogging, I love reading your work. This crazy weather won't make up it's mind. In the morning it was sunny and beautiful, still hot, but sunny and beautiful nonetheless. And by noon it looked like night time and it was raining like a tropical storm flew in (it didn't). Crazy I tell you!