Thursday, January 21, 2021

A Snow Squall & A Sunset

 Yesterday was an odd weather day.
We woke with a sprinkle of snow on the ground - the sun was out.
Then the sky turned gray with heavy clouds...

and this happened,
A Snow Squall

It lasted about 15 minutes and the sun came out!

In the late afternoon,
as we drove home from the doctors office, 
this was the view from the car window.

So pretty.

My check-up with the doctor went well, he removed the stent...
- hip-hip hooray -

I feel like myself again!


The Padre said...

What A Delightful Post - I Am So Pleased To Read The Good News - Continue To Feel Like Yourself And Smile Often - Oh, And Please Think Snow


Sandi said...

Oh, it is so beautiful!

I had no idea stents could be removed. Congratulations!

Rian said...

That pink in the sky looks like angels... a good sign for 2021.

Debbie said...

the stent was in my unitary tract, keeping my swollen urethra open. they are kind of uncomfortable, and pinch you when you pee or sneeze or i am happy to have it out!!

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

You Bollywood - a little sun, a little snow.
Beautiful photos. Good thing the stent was removed.
I wish you good health.
Hugs and greetings.

Sandi said...

Oh!! Glad you got that taken care of and are doing better. 🌸

Jean said...

Your pictures are beautiful Debbie. We too had a snow squall here in Bucks County - it was a white out for about 10 minutes. Looked so pretty! Happy to hear that the stent is out. I hope each day brings you more strength and SMILES!!!!

The Furry Gnome said...

At least it was a little snow!

LeAnn said...

I am so happy that you feel like yourself again and that your report was good. I loved all the return photos of course, they were stunning. It does look like you got a skiff of snow.
The weather is finicky now days. We are really in a drought and concerned about it. We are suppose to get snow tomorrow and maybe Saturday. Actually, our weather forecasts aren't very accurate.
Blessings and hugs !

Marie Smith said...

Good news! Great!

Snow squalls are common here this year, more that sustained snowfalls.

Linda said...

I am so happy for you to feel better!! That was a day of several sky changes! Loved seeing them all through your lens!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Beautiful scenes. Those skies are amazing.

Bonnie K said...

Wonderful to hear you are on the mend. Beautiful photos. Nothing I love more than a pink sky.

eileeninmd said...

I am glad you are feeling better! Your sunset and skies are beautiful. Take care, enjoy your day! Have a happy weekend!

Rostrose said...

Dear Debbie,
WOW! We also got fresh snow - but fortunately we had no snow squad. But the colorful sky looks amazing!
I am happy that your health is better.
Stay healthy and safe!
Best wishes from Austria,

Conniecrafter said...

Awesome, so glad to hear all went well at the doctors and you are feeling better!!
So neat that you saw some snow, even if it didn't really stick around.
Wow what a lovely sunset to end the day!!

Debbie said...

thanks jean...always checking in, always keeping in touch. my blog content is so boring these days, i don't make any bucket lists, i don't really go anywhere special like the old days. i had a really tough time of it, long story, but i am so glad it is over and i am 100% today!! i have been smiling and singing today, it feels so good to feel good!!!

Jean said...

I have never found your blog content to be boring! On the contrary, I always look forward to reading it! So happy that you are feeling 100% better!
Take good care, stay safe and well! Hugs to you both!

Lowcarb team member said...

The snow pictures made me feel Brrr !
The pink sky photographs made me say WOW !
The good news to hear all went well at the Drs and the stent is out made me say HURRAH !
So pleased for you :)

My good wishes.

All the best Jan

Brian King said...

Very glad to hear you had a good check-up! I love snow squalls like that even if they don't last long. Beautiful sunset!