March is often the toughest month for me . . . winter feels awfully long right about now. If you believe in doppelgängers, mine probably lives in Savannah, GA, and is sitting on her porch this very minute—in cute shorts and sandals, sipping lemonade, and sketching her garden ideas in a pretty notebook with a paisley cover—while my nose is pressed up against a frost-covered window pane looking at 10° on the thermometer.
This winter is looking to break some snowfall records. We are buried literally up to our windows in the white stuff.
Did I mention that it's also quite chilly? I'm scared to walk outside.
Mutant icicles might fall on my head.
Dinner last night: lightly-battered cod fillets
Exactly two years ago:
So your getting all the snow this year! It does look pretty. I did live in Illinois for 38 years so I do know snow. Don't miss it much but I love seeing it in our mountains! Stay warm and safe.
We would love a little snow before winter is over but, not a much as you seem to be getting.
I think you have your snow and OURS too. That's ok though; you can keep it!
Wow, that's a lot of snow! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I've been checking yours out; it's great!
I think you have the whole countries snow! We've gotten only two pitiful little snowfalls that melted completely away by the next day. Right now it's gray and gray and gray but no snow in sight. Here's to a lovely summer! =)
I don't think I've mentioned enough times this winter how much I hate the snow.
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