Tuesday, September 09, 2008




Hurricane Ike appears to be heading North Northwest as it leaves Southern Cuba.
Tracking projections send Ike west of us.

But, as we say around here, "it's too early to tell".


St.Casserole


NOTE: Mr.C., the coffee this morning is so awful it makes my legs hurt.

12 comments:

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

LOL...love the note.

Hurricane Hurrican go away...don't come back another day....

1-4 Grace said...

We shall send out prayers to tame this baby too!
I watch the Weather Channel much these days and i think of you and so many others.
Love the coffee note!
you should have come over to the manse this morning. i had Fair Trade, Mind, Body and Soul.

Susan O said...

I am hoping that the coffee gets better, since that's the only thing that is controllable.

And pray for that which cannot be controlled.

Marie said...

Prayers re the coffee and the hurricane.

KnittinPreacher said...

I'd offer to come make oyu coffee, but it was awful here today too. Must be in the air. I wil prya the some magically appears for you when you need it, and for all of you as you stay glued to the weather channel.

zorra said...

Been praying for Jan (Yearning for God) in Corpus...now it looks like it will head more in her direction than in yours or mine.

Mary Beth said...

Hangin' out the window watching it. Like to broke my neck already.

Quotidian Grace said...

Hoping it doesn't move any further northeast. Landfall at Freeport or east of there will equal a direct hit on the Houston area.

Cathy said...

Wonder why the coffee was so bad?

I love that little stuffie.

Jan said...

Sorry about the rotten coffee. Hope the hurricane doesn't hit either of us, but I don't know where you live!! Thanks for visiting my blog.

cheesehead said...

Bad coffee is the worst, eh?

zorra said...

St.C, please pray for us today.
The Scientist had to go to San Antonio this morning and won't be able to head for home until around noon tomorrow. I am preparing to hunker down with his 82-year-old mom and three dogs. Remember us.