This will be a short post tonight. We are expecting some very nasty weather tomorrow with thunderstorms, possible baseball size hail, and the possibility of tornadoes. Schools all over the state have already announced that they'll be closed tomorrow, and the governor has declared a state of emergency in anticipation of storm damage. Of course, Mr. G and I will be on the road since I have a chemo treatment scheduled for tomorrow morning unless the clinic decides to cancel, which isn't very likely. Wish us luck- the idea of driving down the road in heavy rain with lightning flashing while being pelted with humongous hailstones is not exactly my idea of fun. That's one of the things I like most about being retired- not having to drive out in all sorts of horrid weather. Well, not having to drive in it most of the time, anyway, except for days like tomorrow. I'm glad our dogs aren't too terribly upset by storms, and usually hide out under the bed during the worst of them, but I still hate the thought of them being here alone for six hours or so tomorrow, especially with the possibility of tornadoes.
There are very few flowers left on the dogwood.