Football, with a Side of Clouds


That’s what the heavy, dark, doom-filled clouds look like hanging over our farm this afternoon. I’m off to the last home football game EVER for Weston. (Playoffs start next week.) It’s gonna be a cold one tonight. I’m afraid there’s snow in them there clouds…….

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 5, 2010  

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  1. 11-5

    Keep warm!! I sure wouldn’t want to be at a football game tonight….burrrr!!!!

  2. 11-5

    It’s so much fun to watch football being played in the snow; there’s all that slipping and sliding and dropping the ball. Of course, I’m watching on TV in the warmth of my living room. I hope your road stays clear until you get home. I wish I could send you some of our unseasonably hot weather. :sun:

  3. 11-5

    Stay warm. Good luck to Weston’s team. It would be nice to win the last EVER game. I hope you get home before the white stuff starts falling.

  4. 11-5

    Great shot!

  5. 11-5

    Best of luck Weston!!! Bring home a win or try dog gone hard. Be safe with the roads and maybe the snow will hold off until yall get home. Suzanne please post score and highlights soon.

  6. 11-5

    I really hate to tell you this Suzanne, I’m North West of you so it’s not a sure thing you’ll wind up with it… but there’s this white stuff on the grass here at my house. Not much, and it’s probably not going to stick much, but it’s here. :snowman:

  7. 11-5

    I’m more used to watching basketball games which move really fast and are over before you know it. (We live in University of Kentucky land.) Last year while trying to ignore my case of shingles, I watched a football game on TV as I lay on the sofa. Don’t remember who was playing, but it went on f-o-r-e-v-e-r! Hope your feet don’t get too cold. Have fun!

  8. 11-5

    You are doing well with the whole last of things stuff.

    Those clouds do look ominous, but it is also kind of exciting in a way.

  9. 11-6

    I hope your team wins and that you guys get home safely.
    Our snow never materialized and I’m bummed! I hope this isn’t going to be one of those winters where they keep forecasting snow and then, either it never snows or it snows everywhere around us, but we don’t get any. I hate it when that happens.

  10. 11-6

    Oddly enough, it spit snow here in NC for a few seconds on Friday mid-afternoon.

  11. 11-8

    Yuck, looks like some of our weather this past week.

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