06 April 2009

What in the world...

What in the world is going on here...
just the day before {this picture was taken yesterday} I was admiring all the bulbs trying to push their way through...and now this! In case you didn't know, I'm a California girl living in the midwest now, and still getting used to this kind of weather. It's just like they say...if you don't like the weather right now, wait 15 minutes and it'll change. I can't tell you how true that is here in the midwest. I'm really hoping that was the last of winter cuz I'm soooo ready for spring...and I think our farm animals are too.

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  1. well, i think your snow has made it over to me...it is blowing around outside right now...and i have heard we may have a foot on the ground by morning...the boys are all excited by the prospect of a snow day...i am TIRED of all of this snow...come on spring!!!

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  2. Well, as usual, I'll be the lone voice saying how I'd trade places in a second with you! :)

    I'm a native Floridian and I would move TOMORROW if I could!!

    Guess its all in what you like. :)

    For what its worth, I happen to LOVE your snowy picture!! Send some MY WAY! :)

    -Ruth

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  3. Oh my goodness Andrea!!

    I wondered if you were in the eye of the snow I heard about earlier this week.

    How many inches did you get? Holy moley!!

    Kris

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  4. I am in the Midwest as well (born and raised here in Nebraska) and I feel for you!!! I can not imagine being from a warmer climate and moving here -- BRRRRRRRRRR! Where I live we missed all of that snow but there is a bit out there...

    Lynette @ www.mistymoonlightcreations.com

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  5. Yes, I went to school in Ohio, and how well I remember the (seemingly) endless snow storms. It'll stop soon.

    Kate

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  6. Oh dear....wishing you many sunny days ahead...the weather is off and on again in our part of the world as well...but hate to tell you we did see lots of the sun today...

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  7. I hope it's all melted down quickly. This is not what we want to see, is it.

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  8. That looks down right miserable. Been there done that. We were stationed at Fort Drum New York for 5 and 1/2 years. It snowed every Mother's Day I was there!! So I probably shouldn't tell you we went to the Angels home opener last night and didn't even need a sweater;) If it makes you feel better we are supposed to get rain tonight:)

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  9. Wow, what a change. Just think, those beautiful bulbs are still there just waiting to burst up and brighten your day. Beautiful photo you've shared and here I go hoping all your farm animals are warm and cozy during the cold weather. It was 80 degrees here yesterday and raining today, waiting for the thunder to set in. Stay warm!
    xo~Tracie

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  10. Oh my! What a change of weather, I would say! Hopefully the snow melts soon and you are able to enjoy more spring like weather. Happy Easter!

    Sari

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  11. That is what has been happening here too. Spring weather and then blizzard! Hey...I have plants I want to get into the ground...the weather is not working with me.

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  12. Just dropping by to wish you and yours a Happy Easter. Hope you get some sunshine mon ami ;)
    xo~Tracie

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  13. Andrea,

    I can't believe it. UGH!! So sorry for the weather. That should certainly be the last of the bad weather!!!
    Happy Easter.
    Tammy

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  14. I just started blogging a few months ago, I recently found your blog it is very interesting. You are a busy lady with your family, business and schooling. Blessings, Sandi

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