MY ANSWER IS "NO" ~~ AND THAT RHYMES WITH SNOW!!
I saw this the other day....... This is a picture of a public toilet in Houston:
Now that you've seen the outside view, take a look at the inside view...
It's made entirely of one-way glass! No one can see you from the outside, but when you are inside it's like sitting in a clear glass box!
Now would you.. COULD YOU... use it?!
My answer? NO! I just couldn't pee in that thing!
Well about the snow.......
We've been in a Snowfall Warning scenario since yesterday. South of us and heading down to Calgary (where Patty is) got hit even worse. Highway 2, which is a MAJOR multi-lane highway connecting our 2 cities was actually CLOSED for a huge section, but I see it's open today. (Highway 2 turns into I-15 at the Montana/Alberta border, and runs all the way down to Los Angeles.) I think what we have here is around 8 inches of the white stuff so far. As some of you know, I work for CAA (AAA in the U.S.) and on our website yesterday I was looking at live camera shots of sections of that above mentioned Highway 2.... you couldn't see where the highway was and where the ditches where. A complete white-out. Yikes!
So I had to take a few pics out my bedroom window again this morning, and even don the snowboots and coat and head out to our back deck:
BUT IT'S PRETTY
OUTDOOR PICNIC, ANYONE?
UH HUH, GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER HUH?
MORE TO COME TOO
FINALLY THEY'LL GET SOME USE
I know it's hard to "see" it snowing in a picture, unless it's absolute white-out conditions, but it IS snowing still in this picture, big ol' fat flakes!!
Last night before I went to bed, I was looking out this same bedroom window. It was dark of course, and notice the street light in the above picture? The light from that was making all of these beautiful sparkles in the snow that you see here, just sparkling like huge diamonds! It was absolutely gorgeous.
On another topic, I'd like to thank every one of you who has been offering prayers for our situation here at home. You have no idea, absolutely none, how much I appreciate them and how badly we need them... thank you for your care, concern and prayers. The situation is no where near resolved yet, we've just to wait and see. As far as little Misty goes, her pain meds for the arthritis seem to be helping a lot, but she has been a basket-case with nerves, and trembles so much. Especially when her mom, my sister Pammie, is getting ready to go out somewhere, like to work for the day. This morning, for the very first time, we noticed she wasn't trembling so bad.
What I asked for prayers for is a situation surrounding someone else, who has made Misty's barking situation grow into what it is, and now that same person can't take the barking and their "solution" just keeps making it worse and stressing out Misty (and Pam and I) all the more. We're trying desperately to figure out what to do about it without causing World War III and the possible break up of a 10 year relationship over the whole thing. That, my friends, is what I'm begging for your prayers for!!!
Anyway, thank you thank you thank you please keep praying for us.....
I'm very sorry that I haven't been around as much as normal, it's just been very stressful here and I'll try today (I'm on a day off) to do some catching up in all of your blogs. My friendships with you all are very important to me and I don't intend to abandon you!
Now, I wish you all an excellent Hump Day! Take good care of each other and God bless you!