Me, too, Lisa!
Looks very cold. We've had the warmest winter. No snow at all. Everything is blooming and those naked ladies you sent me are sending up leaves now. Hoping for those flowers this year. Annie looks good and happy. :)
Oh and the daffodils you sent with them are blooming too.
Cris, you lucky lady having blooms already. It won't be long here IF it doesn't snow again. We have had the coldest February and now March. Looking for a warm up now.
oh Lisa, I hope it won't be long too. What a snowy cold winter we are having. Seeing flowers will be that much sweeter when they finally do arrive.
The snow always goes away eventually. I will miss winter.
Hi Lisa, me too. I'm always suspicious of early springs but one can hope. My little sheltie will be happy when this snow is gone. The snow packs into the fur between his toes and he hates it.
Spring is just a couple of weeks away now, calendar-wise. Here's hoping this long and cold and dreary winter will be put behind us all!
I share your hopes -- plus hoping we do not run out of firewood before we run out of cold weather.
Here’s hoping for you, as well. We had a freeze of 28 late last week and all the over-eager plants that began to pop up on our unseasonably warm days, have now frozen back and will be even slower to return. Sigh. But, it’s still not snow! We feel your pain!
The snow is really starting to melt in Chicago. Today I drove to Springfield, about 200 miles south, and it's just about all melted away.
Ack! I keep meaning to do some crocus every autumn in the lawn and it never gets done. I should put a reminder on my cell phone. And it's unbelievable someone, somewhere has snow in their garden and I don't.Christine in Alaska, no snow
Soon! ~ Yet we have much more snow than you ~ Great shots ~ Love your dog!Happy Week to you,artmusedog and carol
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