Feb 8, 2009

All week it has been warm and sunny, with the highs in the 70s. Today Winter is letting us know that it is not completely gone. This is typical Hooterville late-winter weather, cold one day and hot the next. We celebrated our oldest son's 36th birthday today. How did a young guy like me, get kids that are so old? Mrs. Sneed outdid herself with the menu, French toast with cherry topping, hash browns, bacon, Mimosas for the drinkers, a real feast. All topped off by a giant chocolate cake. Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong, sometimes just full of it, but always judgmental and cranky

10 comments:

tut-tut said...

Sounds fit for a king; I'm all for cherries.

Reya Mellicker said...

The feast sounds delicious! Yum.

Love the pics, especially the waving branches and gray sky.

How did a young guy like you end up with a 36 year old? Don't ask me!

Terri@SteelMagnolia said...

Yummo...
I can't believe you didn't invite me...

Megan said...

My kind of meal, oh yes. Happy Birthday, young Sneed!

I am going to be 36 until I can't pull it off any longer. Since the offspring is almost 15, I figure I've got a couple more years... ;)

Adrianne said...

Happy Birthday to Son Sneed. That photo of the raindrops is interesting as well as beautiful -- I looked at it a long time.

bella rum said...

My invitation was lost in the mail. It'll probably arrive today

Happy birthday, oldest Son Sneed.

Squirrel said...

Happy Birthday Big Sneedlet!


Does your weather effect any crops? Edible Cactus? I'm wondering if anything is grown out there? Sorry to sound dumb. If we get too much warmth too soon, our fruit trees bud too soon and then freeze, and it's bad news for our peaches and apples. It's happened plenty of times and it's a bitter pill-

Kurt said...

I keep forgetting to visit your blog on my own. My memory is just not that good; I need the reminder from my RSS feed.

Steve said...

It must be great to have rain, though, right? That photo of the raindrops just looks so...appreciative!

Happy Birthday, son Sneed!

Annie Ha said...

I want some Mrs. Sneed breakfast.