Imminent Spring, Procrastination, and Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Tomorrow’s the first day of spring, people! We’re enjoying warmer-than-normal spring weather already, so that’s cool. Well, OK, it’s warm. 70+ degrees yesterday, the same for today and tomorrow, then a chance of rain moves in and cools things down … Continue reading

Daylight Saving Time leads to Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – I’m so not a fan of this time of year, when those that are they have taken away an hour from us. I actually like my friend Cathy‘s idea, though … Continue reading

Ikea Chocolate Bunny, and a Plethora of Random: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Best laid plans and all that jazz – here I am, rushing to get this post up before I head off to bed. I got caught up with work stuff today, and before I knew it *poof!* the day was … Continue reading

Snow, Crazy Hair, and Funnies – It’s Good to be Random: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Here we are, the final Tuesday of February! And once again, the weeks are speeding by way too fast for my preference. I’m still constantly on the hunt for that ‘pause’ button – anyone have any leads on that? In … Continue reading

Snow has Melted, Spring is on its way, and Funnies are Random: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Well, our snowy weather has come and gone. Although the weather forecast does indicate we might get a frozen mix over the next few days. So pretty much almost back to normal. Lots of people are definitely ready for spring. … Continue reading

Snowmageddon 2019 and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

It’s Tuesday! How’s your week going so far? Here in the Pacific Northwest, we’ve had the unusual event of snow since last Friday. I know what you’re thinking – it always rains in Seattle! So for the most part that’s … Continue reading

Groundhog Day is Opposite Day; Snow/No Snow Day; Random Funnies: RTT

Hello, Tuesday! So apparently the groundhog didn’t see his shadow on Saturday, but I swear Groundhog Day is always ‘Opposite Day’, since he’s been wrong more than 50% of the time over the years. And considering we’ve had a mild winter here in the Pacific Northwest so far … Continue reading