Who said 'Beware of the Ides Of March"!
I consulted my sources:The word Ides comes from the Latin word "Idus" and means "half division" especially in relation to a month in the roman calendar at he fifteenth of the month.
Well, well, well, talk about windy. She is the drama queen rolled in unannounced stealing MY THUNDER (lol no pun intended). I hardly slept a 'cat wink'.
|The Wizard of Oz|
|I'm staying put..............|
Another thought came to mind like Loch Ness in Scotland, rearing its ugly head. Defiant relentless and determined....ummm sound like someone I know......ok lets not go there!
|Wind Diva drops in to say 'hello'|
Yes I remember my servant telling about her ride to Halifax in fall, she said
"I had to hang onto my seat, not to say the wine I was attempting to drink. I was like trying to drink after the dentist fills you mouth with the Novocaine - LOL"
|My super Diva Cape will keep my safe!|
|I see a good ROAD TO FOLLOW..|
|Think I'll just do this|
|Understudy tries to Orchestrate the Wind|