This week has been all about adapting our current plans to whatever the crazy weather is doing. I know that I have been referencing Texas weather on the good ole' blog a lot here lately.
Believe me, I know.
Crazy weather really has been the theme of this fall/winter/sorta spring season. I like to think that we all wake up wondering to ourselves, "What the H-E-double hockey sticks is up with this weather?" No?
You just NEVER know what you are going to get.
This morning was by far the most beautiful Texas blue sky I had seen in a while. PERFECT. I was so giddy that I almost didn't even need coffee. Almost.
Pretty morning but this afternoon it poured. The day before was cloudy at wake up, beautiful for the early morning so we made big plans for parks, picnics and ducks. Loading the car we heard the rumble... and while I do drive a mighty mini, it is most definitely not that mighty. We chanced it though--- called its bluff per se. The clouds might have showed us up but in no way did we let it steal our thunder.
We adapted. We came to feed the ducky/monster geese and by george we were going to feed them. I like to think of it as a drive through zoo. Very hands on... but with caution because man, those geese looked MEAN. They sure were fearless.