hahaha, you're mu giggle before bedtime now! And I can relate...drove down the canyon to work in snow this morning! Good 'ol springtime in the Rockies!Sleep tight my friend and stay warm.
ok, I'm tired...should say you're MY giggle! But you knew that....
Too funny lady! I just have one question? Yesterdays post you talked about spring, and springs, I just wanna know about that turkey waddle you use to talk about, where the heck did that spring to??? Cause I can't find it anymore, o.k. where ya hiding it you sneaky cleaver girl. Hugs, Pearl
P.S. You look Fabulous darrrling!
It's almost here. Hang in there.TrudyGroup coordinator for The Artistic Mother's Art Groupwww.artisticcrationswithtrudy.blogspot.com
One would think you live in Michigan! Hot one second, snow the next! Isn't it grand!?
Unbelievable! maybe you'll have a long summer to compensate.
wow, that's crazy!
haha! Love it! not the snow, your sense of humor once again♥
LOL...my thoughts exactly as I was out walking our dog last night and being covered with large wet snowflakes. Fortunately, they disappeared overnight!Sue:)
we missed it here but it was cold........I do have crocus blooming in the yard now though and the other day I hung clothes out on the line....with a big smile on my face.......
Here, too. *sigh*
Yep. Sideways blizzard weather here. Poor little mountain bluebirds were out zipping around a few days ago in the sunshine - guess they've checked in over at the Best Western til things improve.:)Z.
New England is the same way. It was 70 degrees out on Saturday for the first day of Spring.....but I refuse to put my winter boots away. Today it was windy and maybe 35 degrees. I wouldn't be surprised to see more snow here before summer comes.
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