Hi all, I hope you had a great Monday. It is now 2:06 am, no matter what the posting time will say down below. :) The weather thingy on the sidebar says it is 2 degrees. The yahoo toolbar on my browser says it is 4 below. BRRRRRRR
Today my car door lock was a little frozen. And the car windows were a lot frozen. Saturday I went to Subway, a sub sandwich drive through place here and had to open my door to order, brrr. And when I got to the window I had to open the door again to pay and get my food, cause the windows were frozen shut, brrr again. And Sunday was cold too. brr
And tonight, the last two times I took Princess Downy out to go potty, I stood in the doorway waiting for her and freezing lol. More brrrr. Ok, all this brrrr-ing is making me cold again. lol I will stop now.
The winter weather here in Evanston, Wyoming is nothing compared to the winter weather in Rawlins, Wyoming. We lived there for a year and a half. The wind there is fierce. Rawlins is out in the middle of nowhere. There are no hills, mountains, or trees to break the winds. Rawlins is a nice little town where everyone has the same hair style, the windswept look. :)
When we were there, the winter winds were so bad that the siding on one of the buildings in our apartment complex was torn off. When it snowed and was windy at the same time, it was nuts to even go outside. Temps of 20 below or colder. Car doors frozen. Lock to the front door of the apartment frozen. We had to use the neighbor's hair dyer on the lock. lol. Oh and it was smart to go to the bathroom before coming home cause you never knew when the lock would be frozen and you'd be dancin' while using the hair dryer on the lock. :)
We lived on the top floor of our apartment building and the wind was so bad that I thought for sure it was going to whisk us away and drop us in Munchkin Land. One windstorm made the part of town near downtown look like a war zone. Signs down all over. Trees that were a hundred years old or more ripped out of the ground. Cars smashed by trees. Trash everywhere. Wyoming has its own "Windy City". Wait, didn't I say I was going to stop talking about the COLD? LOL, silly me.
I loved the town though. It was small. The people were nice. Our church friends were so sweet that I wanted to just bring them all with us when we moved back here. I sure miss them all.
Well, I should go. It is late and I have a few more things to do before bed. Have a wonderful Tuesday . Thank you for your comments and for visiting. Take care, ((hugs))