Thursday, February 17, 2005

I'm just sayin'...

19 comments:

kristeenaelise said...

LOL your weather pattern is feeding ours (I'm in New Mexico) so I totally feel your pain, girlfriend.

hugs
=) kris

babyshark28 said...

hmm, that's a typical weather forcast for Washington.
but, today is shiny and beautiful...though, pretty darn cold. :)

stephweiss said...

When it says 'snow' every day & high temperatures below 32, then you can whine. Until then, you can only pout, like me in sunny (NOT!) Arizona. Not sunny, but if I time it right between rainstorms, I can still walk the dog without putting on a coat. Hence, no whining.

freeepeace said...

KRIS - Whoops, sorry girl.  I swear, I don't control the weather feeds. ;)

SHARKY - It's actually still dry here ::knock wood::  But I'm grateful it's not as cold as up north.  That's why I live here. :)

STEPHWEISS - I'm sorry, I forget -- how many dogs do you walk in the rain?  ;)

I hereby declare that I am Freeepeace, author of J2P.  I reserve any and all rights to whine, bitch, complain or cry at will.  But in this case, I'm just sayin'.

andreakingme said...

It looked and felt like a blizzard today in northeastern Indiana--the sky started dropping fat snowflakes, the wind kicked up and suddenly, everything just looked WHITE. Now the sun's out and glancing off of the snow, BLINDING me.

But rain, though. Rain can be REALLY friggen depressing, no matter how warm it is. Hence, I say that you can make a whiney noise one time an hour, Freeepeace. That's IT though, otherwise we'll have to pitch you overboard into the ... into the ... Pacific. Yeah, that's it.

... I was never any damn good at geography.

freeepeace said...

Oooh thanks Andi.  Do my allotted hourly whines come with rollover hours?  Like, if I skip an hour of whining, can I whine twice the next hour?  I got a similar cell phone plan.  ;)

readmereadyou said...

You guys are really getting the precipitation this year. We had a ton of rain yesterday. But looking at that weather report above, oh my!
Angela

mallory4284 said...

Ewww...I'll take your rain and 60 degree weather if you'll take my snow and 17 degree weather. (It was 26 earlier, but it's dropped down since then) But I'm sure 60 degrees there is cold like 20 here...because 60 here is really warm here haha.

Anywway, have a good one, stay dry! ;)

-- Mallory

derossetfamily said...

Ouch. But, at least its consistent...right? It's about 50 here now, but this morning it was snowing. Yesterday it rained hard all day, and the day before felt like spring. Wonder if your gym will let the doggies on the treadmills? :P
~Mary
ps- thanks for the comment at my j, I'm getting there, eventually. I've been so bad! :(

slowmotionlife said...

LoL... oh, poor thing.  Do you even own an umbrella??  Chonky was telling me about when he was living in California.. he said that people didn't know what to do when it rained!!  LOL  You've had more than your fair share this week. Blah.  :(

coy1234787 said...

Ahhh ... you can always try a little dancing in all that rain:-)
                                *** Coy ***


txsguinan said...

I see the problem here.  You're looking at the AOL Weather screen.  It's dry as a bone out here and sunny.  The rain is just a rumor, perpetrated by the aol editors.  Walk the dogs without fear.  As you know, I do all MY whining when it's hot and sunny ~ which is most of the time. Which pretty much makes me a fair-weather bitch...  ;D

indigosunmoon said...

Way to go smart girl!  See what your wish got cha?
LMAO!!!  I'm sorry honey...I couldnt resist.
-Lovish!
Conz

s0ngbird1962 said...

Wow, not even gray May there yet....  How gloomy.  I'll send some FL sunshine your way, ok?

krobbie67 said...

I hear what you're sayin' LOUD and CLEAR. Sheeshhh, what good is a freakin convertible if you can never put the top down. It might not be snow but it's cold and miserable. It's not like we get this in the middle of a blazing hot summer when it feels refreshing and cool. No, we get it day after day in the depressing dark days of winter. Since the mud slides, every time it rains I take my alternate route to work since I can't be sure the canyon will be open. Coming home last night I took the canyon and started freaking myself out thinking of that boulder that fell in Malibu. I was thinking what if the rains loosened a part of one of the mountains and sent one plunging towards me. Here's hoping it lets up enough for you to walk the dogs. :-) ---Robbie

ryanagi said...

Inconceivable!

phlskygirl said...

   Ok, lemmee get this straight.  You're hung over because you got to spend time talking, laughing, and drinking with a bevy wondermously talented and funny women.  
   And, judging by the photos, you not only had a grand time, but got to enjoy beautiful weather while they were there.  
   And, unlike the other gals, YOU got to stay in California while the rest of them had to force themselves to go back home to some godforsaken place like, oh, I dunno... Indiana.  <snicker>
   And now it's raining.  In California.  And you're stuck at home with your beautiful self and a voice to match [allegedly; I can only take Andrea's word for it], where you can sing to yourself while gazing in a mirror, on this horrendously rainy day.  In California.
   Where, oh where, do send my 99¢ sympathy card?

jcgeorgiapeach said...

I realize the rain has got ya down, but do you really have to send it here like it was some kind of gift?  Our sand doesn't know what to do with it.  ~Peachy

krobbie67 said...

I'm just sayin' now too!!!! Frickafracka weather! :-) ---Robbie