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Entry from March 30, 2021
“Texas: I’m ready for the week! I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion…

"I’m ready for the rest of this week! I have my umbrella, my flip flops, my mittens, my suntan lotion, my winter coat, my sunglasses, my thermals, my iced tea and my hot chocolate!” is a jocular saying about changing weather that has been printed on many images. There have been several variations of the items listed.

“I’m ready for the week!  I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s! You never know in GA” was posted on Facebook by Heart and Soul Crafts on February 4, 2020. “Texas: I’m ready for the week! I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s!” was posted on Facebook by Pizza Place in Boyd on November 15, 2020.

“I’m ready for the rest of this week! I have my umbrella, my flip flops, my mittens, my suntan lotion, my winter coat, my sunglasses, my thermals, my iced tea and my hot chocolate!” was posted on Facebook by im not right in the head.com on March 30, 2021.


Facebook
Heart and Soul Crafts
February 4, 2020 at 7:35 PM ·
I’m ready for the week!
I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s!
You never know in GA.

Twitter
iamStacyWelch
@StacyWelch1
I’m ready for the week! I got my umbrella, my flip-flops, turtleneck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top and my Vick’s! #imready #bringontheweather #TexasWeather
11:02 AM · Feb 5, 2020·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Mary Rose#@@
@Committedrose
I’m ready for the week!
I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s!
8:22 PM · Feb 6, 2020 from Texas, USA·Twitter for Android

Facebook
The Main Street Program, Anderson, SC
February 6, 2020 at 9:04 PM ·
Well!..
(The following text is shown on an image.—ed.)
I’m ready for the week!
I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s!

Twitter
𝓜𝓸𝓷𝓲𝓿𝓲𝓿𝓲𝓷𝔂
@ViviMart45
I am ready for the week! I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, suntan lotion, (fake) fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top and my Vick’s #crazyweather #springfallwintersummerallinaweek
@BBCLdnWeather @weatherchannel
7:13 PM · May 11, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Facebook
Pizza Place in Boyd
November 15, 2020 at 8:05 PM ·
Texas:
I’m ready for the week!
I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s!

Facebook
LeBoeuf Homes, Inc
February 15, 2021 at 12:18 PM ·
Texas:
I’m ready for the week!
I got my umbrella, my flip flops, turtle neck, my suntan lotion, my fur coat, my shades, my thermals, my tank top, and my Vick’s!

Twitter
Jamie Holliday
@jamiel4486
I’m ready for the week or day! I got my umbrella, my flip flops, my snow boots, my suntan lotion, my hoodie, my shades, my tank top and my Zyrtec! #Coloradoweather #weallneedalaugh #colorado #all4seasonsin1day
4:57 PM · Mar 8, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

Facebook
im not right in the head.com
March 30, 2021 at 8:30 AM ·
Shared by jack Eline
(The following text is shown on an image.—ed.)
I’m ready
for the rest of this week!
I have my umbrella,
my flip flops,
my mittens,
my suntan lotion,
my winter coat,
my sunglasses,
my thermals,
my iced tea
and my hot chocolate!

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • Tuesday, March 30, 2021 • Permalink