Dec 6, 2009

Serenity Sunday

This coming week is going to seem very forecasters are predicting an arctic front to come down out of Canada and remain for several days. Usually if we get that chilly Canadian air, snow is not too far behind but as of now, it looks like the precipitation required for a "major snow event" (don't you just love that phrase) is going to be a hit and miss proposition. Of course all the weatherman use the word "IF" quite liberally. Gotta love those meteorologists!

For all those who's thermometer may be falling like a rock, I'd like to again remind pet owners to make sure your pets have ample water to drink  so the can stay hydrated and a way to stay out of the winter-like weather to avoid frozen or frostbitten parts. 

There are several stray cats wandering my neighborhood and my heart just aches that they have nowhere to call home, food to eat or warm places to sleep. I often like to set a dish of food out for them at night so they can have at least a full tummy, if nothing else. I ask that when you can, please donate your time or resources to the local animal charities in your area, they can get overwhelmed and run short of resources during cold spells and would be very grateful for any assistance you can give .

 On to my list....
("aka" Things I am grateful for)

My List:

1.) My kids

2.) Mittens (I love the Dollar Store!)

3.) Hot coffee

4.) Yule music

5.) Great friends

6.) Funny looking hats

7.) My favorite pagan podcasters (you folks are the best!)

8.) Anyone who is inspired by this blog

9.) My green thumbs (thank you grandma!)

10.) Warm childhood memories of winter fun


Debra She Who Seeks said...

We Canadians send you our Arctic cold fronts because we love you and want to share our weather with you! Cold and snow for everyone! EVERYONE!

Rue said...

Oh yes, mittens! So thankful for mittens!

Cold, cold cold here. It's only fair that we share!