Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Here it comes again

More snow!  A blizzard in fact.   I predict much shoveling in my future tomorrow. 


So sick of winter.  Soooooo sick of it 

21 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh yes, sick beyond word(s) - polite or impolite word(s) lol
    This Spring I may actually fall to the ground and kiss the snowless mud...
    Hugs, Issy

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  2. Hang in there....this too shall pass. Then it will be HOT.

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  3. ME TOO here in Delaware with several inches somewhere between 6 - 10. Tonight I'll hook until the power goes out.

    Stay warm.

    Saundra

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  4. Kim so sorry! We aren't getting the snow this time but we are getting the arctic cold again. Hoping our pipes stay open and the heater keeps heating! Take care!

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  5. Oh my heck, I'm so sorry. I can see you were right about Mother Nature and Old Man Winter....they just can't seem to get along this year! Here in Ohio we're getting the cold shoulder! I hope your blizzard fizzles out quickly and for heaven's sake..get that toilet paper...don't forget the chocolate!

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  6. Kim,
    I do hope your weather~guessers are wrong! We don't have much snow in the forecast (but of course that can change in a second), but it is going back to frigid temps for a couple days. Crap!
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  7. we for once are on the far end of the snow line so a trace to 2 inches.
    that picture makes me laugh because that is exactly what the grocery stores are like at the mention of snow.
    Cathy

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  8. Stay warm and safe! And make sure you knock the snow off your roof...

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  9. I am so sick of winter too. More snow here and bitter cold/

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  10. We're getting it too just like the flu. It goes around. Better get some wine and some candles too while you're at it...
    Hugs,

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  11. The snow has arrived as has the cold temperatures....I made it to the grocery store...I bought Mr. Dog Trot ice cream and me sunflowers...hang in...spring will come...Hope all is well...thinking of you, Julie...

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  12. I'm sick of the snow and cold too... i think our town got about a foot of snow from this storm... ugh

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  13. Winter is truly making a statement this time around! We are colder than usual here, though there is no snow on the ground. Wishing you well, Kim. Stay safe and warm!

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  14. 20 now, going to 2 tonight, but the robins don't know it, they have been very visible for 2 weeks now, hugs!

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  15. I am totally sick of the frigid cold and snow. It seems like every other day we get an inch or so - tired of shoveling. Tired of a dirty car from road spray. Tired of being cold. Tired of coats, goves, boots. Tired. . . . . .

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  16. Oh, I feel your pain!! We didn't get more than another inch or two of snow, but it is so cold! Lows below zero!
    Melinda

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  17. Oh I can only imagine how this winter has to be wearing on you!
    I don't know how you handle it because we know I could not
    Hang in there
    Love
    Maggie

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  18. Were off school AGAIN today in Michigan -- although I'm sure we seem like wimps compared to where you are!!

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  19. And here I sit in 70-80 degree weather every day. I feel lucky and guilty all at the same time. But summer will come. It always does. Take heart.

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  20. O.k., it's been five days since you posted and I'm a bit concerned. All ok there? I'm doing a giveaway for something I think you might enjoy if you get time to check. Hint: Downton. Take care and post when you can.

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