Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wordless Wednesday - It's Back


Fortunately, not so much snow for us.

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  1. Denise, What a beautiful little wintry scene! We got a bit of snow yesterday. Thankfully it was only flurries and it didn't last but with these chilly conditions anything is possible. Friday's forecast and next several days looks like spring! In fact, Monday is the first day of the new season. Whoo-hoo! :) Happy WW to ya!

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    1. I've seen snow here in April, so nothing surprises me.

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  2. I saw Chicago was getting snow yesterday. It feels crazy to me to think of snow mid-March!

    https://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2017/03/balloon-release.html

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    1. We have had very little snow this year so I am not complaining.

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  3. It is pretty! March snow is nice, doesn't hang around for long.

    Betty

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    1. It is only 15 degrees here, so it will be here for awhile.

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  4. After that warm February, it's a little disorienting. Really freezing this morning.

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  5. Lovely photograph; really captures the essence of winter. I saw a news report which showed a blizzard in New York. I could hardly believe it, considering the time of year. Mind you, we had snow in May a few years back.

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  6. It's a beautiful scene. Snow looks so much better when it is someone else's. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  7. Beautiful! No doubt about it, snow is beautiful. I still don't like it. ;)
    Barbara from Life & Faith in Caneyhead

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    1. I don't like it either, but prefer two inches to twenty inches.

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  8. That's a pretty photo but, yes, you got off easy. We got snockered!

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  9. That really looks peaceful and lovely! I agree with Bookworm: "Snow looks so much better when it is someone else's."

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  10. Pretty picture. We got off easily too but as Birgit said, they really got lumbered with snow. Living near the lakes I guess.

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