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posted by Ralph at 3:33 AM
In my area, it's like you getting a hurricane.....lol.
Well, it's time to dig out the boots and snow shovels.... yikes
Oh goodness gracious Ralph! That snow makes me colder than I already was. It's windy here and cool with the wind making it feel colder and it's cloudy. Now that 70 degree weather is more to my liking. Get the boots and shovel and gloves ready. It won't be long until you'll wake up to a 2 footer or so. Well....it's more likely for you than me! :)
Wow!! The snow looks so beautiful now, but I know in a few months, I'll be wishing for 70's again!
Not very funny my boy. I don't want any snow this year.
Now Ralph,You know it's only a major snow storm if all the milk, bread, and eggs are sold out.We had snow flurries this morning and snow showers predicted for tomorrow morning.
We've had a couple of flurries, but nothing that left any real traces behind.It's coming though. I can feel it. I'm just not sure how I feel about it.
Love the photo, but you can keep that stuff out there, for now. We're in for sunny, windy and 30's for daytime temps this week... can that white stuff be far behind? ~ Deb
If we have a mild winter like the last three we've had here, then I can't complain. We've lived in AR for three winters, so this will be our fourth. Two of the three winters, we've had only one snow which melted before noon. That's MY kind of winter.I hope you endure whatever hitonious snows come your way. Just keep thinking about spring.
AHHH Send that white stuff our way !!!!!!!! We love that suff in this house !
BRRRRRR!!!!So far, our precipitation hasn't turned white.... yet.
No! No! I don't want any of that stuff!
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