Oh the weather outside is frightful…Or not…

Good morning everybody.

How is the weather in your area? Here in my little town in NW Arkansas it’s pretty nice. In the 70’s. The sun is shining, a warm breeze is blowing the leaves from the trees and across the lawn.

Oh wait, it just changed. Now it’s in the 20’s. The wind is like a knife of ice slicing through my thick hoodie.

I just blinked. Now it’s in the 40’s. A warm jacket will suffice against the chilly winds blowing the gray clouds across the sky.

Typical weather for Arkansas. Blink your eyes and it changes. And boy does it ever!

From sunny and fall like weather to winter winds roaring around the corner of the buildings to freeze your bones.

Don’t get me wrong. I like cooler weather. The way the air turns crisp and the leaves begin to change. It’s a time for hoodies, pretty scarves, and awesome boots.

But no sooner than you snuggle into winter preparation than here comes the shorts weather again. In December!!

December!!

So you break out a few t-shirts and shorts and make plans to go hiking or bike riding for the next day or maybe the weekend.

Finally the day is here. You step outside and WHAM! The icy breeze almost knocks you over.

Dang it!! Not again…

Oh well, go figure.

So however the weather turns out in your area, it is always smart to be prepared for whatever Mother Nature may throw at you.

Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to stay warm. Or cool?

About AmesGrace

I am a working wife, mother, and new author. In my free time, I love to read, write, and take pictures. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. We do a lot of bike riding, playing sports, swimming, and watching movies.
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3 Responses to Oh the weather outside is frightful…Or not…

  1. Snowing at a good clip here, lake effect off Lake Erie today. Yesterday I walked in the 20-degree wind chill bundled up in my LLBean 850 down coat–the long one that goes to mid-calf– a merino and cashmere scarf and gloves and an angora hat under my hood. Swear to God, a guy came out of a nearby building wearing shorts and a short-sleeve t-shirt. I mean, really??

  2. Sherri Ungerer says:

    I can so relate, because I live in Arkansas, too. My closet is organized not by color but by sleeve length.

  3. well, the weather outside is ashy here. LOL
    looking forward o cleaner skies.

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