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Sunday, March 3, 2013

really? now?

Oh boy, it's March. Time for daffodils to be poking out from the new warm soil. Time for kids to be flying kites. Time for...........



WHAT??????

This can't be right. I looked left, I looked right.


I must be having a nightmare. 

I'll check out the back........


SIGH!!!!!

Well, next Sunday is forecast to be in the sixties. I'll just close my curtains and pretend it's next Sunday. 


 

21 comments:

  1. Today there is sunshine finally after I think 4-5 days of light snow and flurries!

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  2. Our snow is melting off today and the sun is out, they are predicting 50's for next week. Sounds like better weather to me, but it also means mud in my neck of the woods. Hang on Spring will eventually be here.

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  3. Laura ~ I know how you feel. I woke up to snowflakes as well. ~ sigh ~ I'll wait for next Sunday ~ it's supposed to be in the upper forties.

    I think I'll close my curtains and have a cup of tea ;-)

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  4. Hang in there, Laura! Spring is on it's way. :)

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  5. At least we know that at this time of year, it will go away soon.

    Jen

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  6. In like a sneaky lion out like a soft lamb! Let's keep the faith!
    ~Lynne
    w/L.

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  7. Surprise! Sorry!! Next Sunday, will be here before you know it and boy will you appreciate it...right? Love your neighborhood! Looks lovely!
    Karen

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  8. I am ready for warmer temps and sunshine! Wishing you some soon!
    hugs, Linda

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  9. Spring is on its way, or so I keep reading!

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  10. Well if it is any consolation, it is only 50 degrees in central Florida right now. Just had a man from New York tell me it looks like its going to snow. Not good.

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  11. I think closing the drapes is a wonderful idea-we are all pretty sick and tired of this snow, despite that awful white stuff have a good week.

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  12. Don't you slip and fall in that.
    Brenda

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  13. And to think I've been excited with high of 60 here so, I could wear my cute boots and sweaters!:) your snow is so pretty!

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  14. So sorry, my friend. Makes me feel a little guilty for this sunny 70° we have here in my neck of the woods. Take heart ... you'll be all warm soon. (I hope.)

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  15. Hate to brag sweet Laura, but tomorrow is going to be in the 80's. How about you move to Dallas and we could have a great time.

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  16. We have the same white stuff covering our landscape, too. Spring seems a long way off when I look out my window. I know it will get here eventually and I'm more than ready for it. I can't wait to be able to open the windows and let some fresh air in.
    Have a nice Monday!

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  17. I know what you mean! It has been so cold here too. I think EVERYONE is ready for it!!

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  18. Haha, you are lucky to have some days without snow. Come and check Oslo... we're still buried under a thick white blanket.

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  19. Unbelievable....we had snow flurries all weekend, but no accumulation.

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  20. I just can't take the winter anymore this year. In NJ it goes from warmish, to cold with unbelievable windy to snow and now they are talking maybe a Noreaster Wednesday depending on the wind. I was so excited I was just starting to see my bulbs popping up too. UGH!

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