yes! its wednesday


someone
 was
 going to a party
 having a party
 bringing balloons
 decorations
 that
 fine
 sunshine filled
morning
 a week or two ago

 as i write this
 i am listening
 to
 the weather report 

when
 you read this
 its
 likely
 we're having
 yet
 another
 snow storm 

13 comments:

  1. Daryl, geez will it ever end! It's raring and blowing a gale here but about 50 degrees!

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  2. Correction:

    "You are having a FINAL snowstorm"

    one hopes



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral

    =^..^= <3

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  3. Look how sunny and pretty!! But, yes, more snow. Sigh.

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  4. I'm not really liking being cold in late March.

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  5. 20 degrees here and snow flurries!
    Yesterday we had several mini blizzards - I am so tired of this weather. I'm sure you are too.
    Had laser surgery on my left eye yesterday interesting ordeal:)
    Have a great day!

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  6. We had snowfall for about 6 hours yesterday, but much of the 3 inches melted away mid afternoon. I noticed flurries this morning. Those balloons could come floating by our house if they want. That would brighten a winter day for sure!

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  7. A non-event here in central NJ. I must be crazy but I am not ready for spring or summer.

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  8. Beautiful photo!
    Love the blue sky and the round building at right.

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  9. We woke up to snow yesterday AND today! Yikes! and today is VERY cold too!

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  10. We had it too. Some of it is still on the ground. It was pretty, though. And damn, it's cold.

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  11. OH NO! No more winter. Seriously, enough already. There are a few East coast people here and they are all complaining bitterly. My what a spectacular winter you've had. Let's hope this is the last hurrah. (Damn groundhog!) Big warm hugs to see you thru this last one of the season.

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  12. Did the storm hit you at all? It TOTALLY bypassed Boston (after we were warned, a few days ago, that we might get a foot of snow.)

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