Three To Happen During Storm (2014)

1. Drivers slow down.(LOL)
2. Umbrellas come out.
3. Lights out.
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To see-
Evaporation of electricity.

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I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

  • I looked out the window and what did I see?
    But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
    .
    The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
    The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
    .
    The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
    The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
    .
    A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
    With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
    .
    A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
    A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
    .
    A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
    They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
    .
    The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
    The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
    .
    The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
    When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
    .
    The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
    The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
    .
    The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
    All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
    .
    As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
    The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

A Texas Hurricane-In The Fast Lane # 14

Three things about Hurricane Anita:

1. Date: September 2, 1977.

2. Landfall: Tamaulipas, Mexico.

3. Category: Five.
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Evacuation notices, Texas did find-
Although eventually higher tides were
the worst found on the coastline.

I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

  • I looked out the window and what did I see?
    But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
    .
    The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
    The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
    .
    The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
    The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
    .
    A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
    With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
    .
    A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
    A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
    .
    A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
    They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
    .
    The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
    The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
    .
    The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
    When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
    .
    The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
    The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
    .
    The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
    All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
    .
    As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
    The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

I looked out the window and what did I see?
But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
.
The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
.
The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
.
A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
.
A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
.
A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
.
The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
.
The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
.
The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
.
The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
.
As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

Three Steps To A Great Garden (2014)

1. Pick your spot.

2. Buy your seeds.

3. Start digging.
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It ain’t gonna happen on its own-
For it comes from hard work that is home
grown.

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I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

I looked out the window and what did I see?
But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
.
The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
.
The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
.
A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
.
A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
.
A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
.
The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
.
The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
.
The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
.
The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
.
As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

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