Miss Bea

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About Miss Bea

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  • Birthday 11/30/1943

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  1. Will do, brother. Travel safe, and stay in touch!
  2. Sort of sad, but, one day, we will outlive those wonderful, massive trees!
  3. No electricity for maybe 9 days. Internet out. Period

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    2. cricket246

      cricket246

      We only got 1-2 inches of snow and some wind. Also had a stray cat to come up on our porch, we think it's the neighbors. There are more, they just hide out of sight. We could get more and rain, which has me worried. Our water well pump is electric - no electric, no water, but thank Jehovah we have gas heat...even though our gas is getting low...heh...I will keep you in my prayers.

    3. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

      Likewise, sister. Won't it be nice when the stress of it all is no more. Lots of storm related stuff going on. Roads are open. So, that is good. Too much snow for me to move my car. Yes, winter is way over rated. 

    4. GeordieGirl

      GeordieGirl

      Sounds very grim weather.  Stay safe. :givehug:

  4. I love those auroras. My dream is to some day be there to see them in person. What a gift!
  5. Snowed in, sort of. Made it down to get gas for generator. (Still no electricity) The truck is below house. Stuck. We have gas, wood, and food for all. Getting low on bird feed, though. Time to hunker down and enjoy what we have been given. And worked for. Be safe and warm, friends. 

    1. cricket246

      cricket246

      Oh no, been there! Hope the electricity comes back on soon! Will keep you all in my prayers.

    2. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

      Thank you. All but us have electricity. We are at the bottom of the grid. And they came from up hill to get us electricity. And the snow is bad here, but worse above us. 

  6. It could be REALLY eventful. Let's hope so!
  7. Stupid games that can cost people their lives.