“Rain, rain, go away, come again another day” is a saying I have heard since I was a little girl. The saying is very apropos to our deluge of precipitation at least for the past month or so.
The holiday season is over ... what a letdown. Everything looks bare after all the decorations that adorned streets, offices and homes.
“Water, water everywhere ... and not a drop to drink” so the saying goes. All the creeks are running at full tilt, making it almost impossible for people to go on with their daily lives.
We had a white Christmas! Tonto Village looked like a picture postcard. The ponderosa pine trees were all dressed up in their winter whites and the cabins could have been featured on a greeting card.
Did you happen to see the beautiful sunrise on Tuesday morning? It was truly a glorious sight to behold. Mother Nature gives us the most wonderful sights that makes us go “ooohhhh” and “aaaahhh.”
Batten down the hatches Tonto Village — a strong winter storm is getting ready to come our way this weekend. I have not heard whether the storm will be a fast one and leave the area or whether the storm will linger.
Beware Tonto Village ... We have thieves among us. Just recently, we inadvertently left the garage door unsecured just for a matter of a few hours and the thieves took advantage of that time and stole numerous items such as tools and building supplies.
I need to renew my driver’s license in 29 days. I almost forgot all about it until one of the clerks in one of our local stores brought it to my attention.
This week the column will be very short. The week so far has been hectic due to Thanksgiving preparations.
The big Thanksgiving food feast is just a week away. Are you ready? Is the big bird thawed out yet?