Hiya Joy!I see (and understand) what you mean....Listen, why don't you live vicariously through my gardens until yours are up? I always enjoy the company.Have a great day.
Joy~Those were my front steps! The ones I use daily! The only real way in or out of my home at this point. You do win the highest snow banks award! I'm not sure whether or not you wanted to be that kind of "Winner". LOL.
I'm feeling a bit guilty here on the Left Coast with all our gardens in bloom, but your time will come, spring will be cathartic and all will be well. Thanks for stopping by my Garden Wise Guy blog. Back atcha!
Hi Joy. How long will it take that to melt? Where does all the water go? Is the truck still stuck?
Hey .. "Softer .." I am setting up a camp over on your side .. how about some coffee and cookies ?CJ .. oh my ... I didn't know those were your front steps .. although you do see what I mean ? Snowbank award accepted girl !Mr. Wiseguy .. I am holding on to that last bit of sanity until .. this snow stage ends .. and boy .. it better had SOON !!!!!Hey DebTruck (hubby's) was moved by truck (son's) both Fords .. go figure .. so no redneck parking is happening here ! LOLAll this wonderful solid water will thankfully melt into our parched grounds. lakes, river systems .. we have had 'drought" conditions for some years .. believe it or not .. it doesn't just happen in the "South" girl ! It really is a blessing in disguise .. meanwhile I will try to hold on till Spring ... JEEZ !
That is some snow! I have no other words to say.Gail
Gail ! .. you are speechless ? LOLSo am I .. they are actually doing some blurbs on our news that talks about how we are getting depressed with so much constant snow fall .. NO KIDDING ???? haha
HI Joy,It just seems so odd to see this much snow in March. Today our temperature is 72 degrees, and it's hard to remember that it's still winter in many places. You'll get your turn. When we are 110, you've have the perfect weather!Aiyana
O.K. I'll stop whining now. That is a lot of snow! WOW!
You must be going stir crazy. Are your winters always like this? Ours are generally getting milder in the UK, especially in the south.We had a flurry of snowflakes last week - what excitement :-)
Hi guys !Aiyana ... it will be so hard to predict what kind of Spring/summer we will have .. the problem with summer here is HUMIDITY .. so even as we get warm .. the sweat season starts ! .. yuck ! hahaRobin .. ys .. STOP whining !!! haha !easygardener .. not all winters are like this .. maybe one in every 5 .. we were due for a large hit .. and the ground water is VERY needed indeed .. so there are positive affects .. just not on our attitudes ? LOL
I think you've got me beat for snow! I'm still waiting for a good thaw over here too. MIL laughed at me because I was out planning my gardens on Friday. Hey, it was 0 degrees! Isn't that warm enough to start the garden planning?
Hi cinjiI started planning in January .. but wow .. we didn't know we were going to have this much snow ! LOLJoy
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