AL ROKER’S wife Deborah Roberts has made a cryptic post on social media to cap off the weekend.
Instagram/debrobertsabcDeborah enjoyed a quiet weekend relaxing with her husband[/caption]
Instagram/Deborah RobertsDeborah said it was a ‘fiery’ end to the weekend[/caption]
Deborah kept her followers up to date with her chilled weekend with occasional posts on social media.
While snow continued to blanket their home, Deborah added hints of spring to her home.
While she posted a picture of the snowy woodland on Saturday, on Sunday she took pictures of her various bunches of flowers in her home.
Deborah posted a picture of purple tulips and another of blue hydrangeas while wishing followers a “Happy Sunday.”
She also showed the inside of her church followed by a bunch of white and purple tulips to show the mix of winter and spring.
It is thought the flowers were from Chatham Flowers in New York City which she tagged in a post.
To round off the weekend, Deborah made a cryptic post about the weekend ending “on a fiery note.”
The GMA correspondent beamed in a selfie she took by the fireplace.
She wrote: “Ending the weekend on a fiery note. How was yours?”
While it is unclear what she is referring to, Deborah is wearing a sweater that appears to have red, blue, pink, and gold flames.
Followers told them how they spent their weekends after Deborah’s post on Saturday told them that she was “unplugging and chilling.”
One fan told Deborah: “Well my weekend wasn’t what I planned…sick with a cold and could not run.
“In bed all weekend. On a good note Netflix and NyQuil my best friends.”
She replied: “Expect the unexpected. Glad you found a bright spot.”
Another added that if they relax and enjoy the weekend, they “don’t dread Mondays as much.”
The 62-year-old is eagerly awaiting the release of her new book, “Lessons Learned and Cherished: The Teacher Who Changed My Life.”
The book is hitting the shelves on May 2 but is available for pre-order on Amazon and B&N.
Instagram/debrobertsabcThe GMA correspondent is excitedly awaiting her book launch[/caption]