Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Keeping up the nice weather/Fun and Inexpensive Things to Do on Break

Most of the country is very spring like and will be that way on Wednesday. There will be plenty of 70 and 80s across the southern 2/3 of the country. Look for some thunderstorms from eastern Oklahoma to western New York state. There could also be some showers in Florida. Enjoy!

Houston is under a Dense Fog Advisory until 11 am Wednesday morning. Fog and low clouds will take some time to lift but look forward to another sunny afternoon with highs in the upper 70s. Weather will stay mild to warm through the weekend. It will be breezy Saturday and Sunday with a few showers possible.


Let's do museum or museo, pronounced moo-SAY-oh. Hey, have you checked out The John C. Freeman weather museum in the museum district? I'll tell you when you and kids can there for free!!! See the And More section.

I am a huge advocate for early language learning. Some of the free ways to do that are check out Spanish videos and books from your local library. And for not too much money, you can order our award winning DVD for children, Let's Learn Spanish with Frank & Paco. Order from www.frankandpaco.com/. You can also order from http://www.venturaes.com/, http://www.dololanguages.com/, http://www.carlexonline.com,www.thecuriousmindstore.com/, http://www.amazon.com/, http://www.bestbuy.com/, and http://www.barnesandnoble.com/. For our English as a Second Language (ESL) version, got to http://www.frankypaco.com/.

Looking for some interesting things to do this break. Well, Space Center Houston is having a 1/2 price deal if you purchase online and print your own tickets. You have until 4/1 to take advantage of this deal and the tickets last up to a year!!!


Check out the John C. Freeman Weather Museum. If you go Thursday between noon and 4 pm, admission is free! For more information, check out this link.


Sarah and I were invited by our friend Lyn to check out the Hong Kong mall today. It was absolutely fascinating and very easy to find. It is on Bellaire about 1 mile west of Beltway 8. Inside, you will find groceries, shops, and eateries. Couldn't resist buying this pink parasol for Sarah--price $4.

I have a question for all of you. We are attending a weekend rodeo show. I got a notice which posts the time as 3:45. Does that mean the concert starts at 3:45 or the rodeo? Anyone know? Would appreciate your help on this one.

Have fun and be safe everyone!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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