Wednesday, January 14, 2009

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - HIGH (water) CHAIR

17 comments:

  1. Oh my! Is that your chair? Somewhere a little closer to your house than you'd like? Eeek!

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  2. Karen,
    Yup, it is! Thankfully the water never reached the house. Phew.
    What a difference a week makes... today is a beauty of a day!
    Come on, springtime!
    ~Aerie-el

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  3. Love the "kettle on" the table. Interesting seeing water surrounding it rather than in it.
    Sorry for the stress and worry on you and your family.

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  4. Thanks Venturine!
    No stress with weather, water is receding, things are looking more like spring, so it's all good.

    Hope you stay warm and safe there!

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  5. "more like spring" good for you. High temp for tomorrow is a predicted 17 degrees. That puts us in pour zone with a low just above 0.

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  6. I'm so glad water never got to your house!

    I hope today is another beauty for you.

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  7. Wayne, ohhh, I've felt the pain of that brutal weather, having experienced it not only in MA but in upstate NY as well. I'll be hoping for everyone back there that the arctic blast will pass thru quickly!

    Gran, thanks so much. So far, its a beauty of a different sort of day--plenty of thick fog. Maybe the sun will come out...tomorrow, tomorrow... Hope your day is going well!

    ~Aerie-el

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  8. OK, now I don't feel like my garden is so wet after all! Glad it stayed out of your house.
    Paula

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  9. Well, that is a sight. We are a little concerned about flooding here too- it's been sunny! Thanks, for following, by the way.

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  10. Paula, it's amazing what a bit of snow and rain can do. Glad that your garden didn't get too wet!

    Tessa, the weather folks keep teasing us with forecasts of sun here, but alas, it's hard to see thru the fog. I'm just happy that it's not snowing or raining at this point!

    ~Aerie-el

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  11. I hope the water level returns to normal soon. Spring would be a good thing, too.

    Take care,
    Sue

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  12. Thanks Sue! Winter has been especially brutal this year, hasn't it? Hope you're staying warm and dry there.
    ~Aerie-el

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  13. Wow, where are your hip boots? Was that your chair? I have a tag for you on my blog. Since some do not go into the tagging fad it is naturally up to you if you want to participate. Thanks, Lona

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  14. Lona,

    That is a chair in a lovely little 'reflection' garden spot in the yard. It usually has some water around it during the winter when the lake is up, but never before like this. LOL, hip boots were the fashion of the day to get that shot. Thankfully, there is no water to speak of around the chair now.

    Sure, I'll play along and post something later today.

    ~Aerie-el

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  15. It sure makes for a gorgeous picture, but wow! What a scary lot of water so close to your home. I'm glad all is safe.

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  16. Oh my! That looks frightening!

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  17. Genevieve,
    It was too close for comfort. Last year the water came up the highest we had seen. This year it was higher still. Keeping our fingers crossed that we don't see that happen again for a LONG time.

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    Kylee,
    You definitely have that right! We were thinking we'd have to get the sandbags ready. That's the closest we've come to having water in the house.
    Thanks for leaving a comment--I popped over to your blog and left you a comment there--tapioca...yum.

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    ~Aerie-el

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