Which would you fix first?
April 24, 2009 6:32pm CST
I have not been all that active on mylot lately because as some of you know, my hubby and I just bought a new home..The packing and unpacking seems like its going on forever. SUddenly the sun has come out and I no longer wish to be in the house unpacking. I want to go outside and start digging gardens. I even convinced Hubby to buy a shovel today. We have enough unpacked to find the basic things we need. He wants to work on the inside. But the temperature has sprung up and the sun is out and I want to work outside. The inside can wait. Both the inside and outside need some work to finish them. WHich would you do first? The outside that everyone sees when they go by, or the inside that is passable for now? I choose the outdoors as I have seen enough of the indoors all winter! I love to plant gardens and watch them grow. I want a patio put on the back. Inside work can wait for rainy days.
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25 Apr 09
Yes I do indeed, I live on the east coast of Canada and we had more snow this winter then usual. I am really tired of it. It has still been down below freezing many nights but I am hoping that is over for now. Tomorrow is supposed to be in the low 70s which is warm for us this time of year. I know what you mean by heading indoors because of the heat. I have many friends with that problem. But I had to laugh when we made our first trip to florida in 1996. We left here and it was snowing. It was November. We were so excited to see the sun and feel the warmth when he got to St Petersburg. Just before we landed, the pilot made an announcement not to put our jackets away as it was only 48F when we landed. He said it was unusually cold and isnt that just my luck!! It did warm up quickly though as the day went on.
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25 Apr 09
We have a saying here: "If you don't like the weather in Florida, wait half an hour. It'll change." I've lived in the snowy part as well (Indiana) so I know how dealing with snow on your car, on your sidewalks and tracked into your house can be like. Congratulations on the reprieve, as well as the new home!