Thursday, May 19, 2011

We're on the road again!

Hi Everybody!  We have started on our trip back to Ohio from Texas.  We headed north in Texas instead of
east into Louisiana.  Our original path was to travel east past New Orleans and then north however the
original  roads were in the path of the flooding areas from the Mississippi River. This is a potentially dangerous way at this time so we will be traveling north and then north east in Texas.  We will be using
the trip ticket from the Automobile Club. They will try to route us the safest way possible.  Better safe than sorry, right?

We also have another problem with both our computers.  We are having trouble with our main desk top unit and the lap top is totally down with a mother board and other problems. When it rains it pours!  Just a little
humor there!  So we will be off line until after we get back into Ohio around 1,300 miles or so. We have missed you all and hope to be back as soon as possible. 

A request from you.  Please keep everyone in the path of these horrendous floods, the people in the towns.
cities, farmers, firemen and women, police, military, keep them all in your prayers.  If you have any prayers
left send them our way.  Hugs, smiles and a very Big Thank You All.  Silly Willy and Fluffy

we are using our friends computer.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Top Ten Entrecard Droppers for April 2011

The World of Silly Willy and Fluffy
wishes to acknowledge the "Top Ten
Entrecard Droppers" on our site for
The month of April 2011.

a picture quiz
Enfotainer - Innovative Technology Blog
Urban Art by Paul Baines
Blogging For Blogger
Info Global News
Homes Decorator
The Ad Master

This month was a period of reflection.  We traveled long distances,
often around areas of turbulent weather and narrowly missed  
several tornadoes.  It makes you aware of the fact that we are
fallible human beings susceptible to the ravages of "Mother Nature".
We thank God daily for keeping us safe during our journey.

We are asking you to join us in prayer for those that are victims
of these storms and offer any help to alleviate the stress and
dispair of these unfortunate families.

We must count our blessings and also pray for Japan wracked
with continuing earthquake destruction coupled with radiation
contamination and an uncertain future. The Phillipeans has also
suffered great damage destruction and deaths in their country.