Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Wordless Wednesday


Farewell to the "Winter That Wasn't"


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  1. Wow - that is a stunning photo!

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  2. Beautiful! But don't you think we're going to have a blizzard in April, just to show us that we are not in charge? :) And I have to go to a big meeting today in my lovely grownup 'seasonless wool' suit. It's going to be 8333333333 (can you hear the whining?).

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    1. Audrey - I'm sure hoping we don;t get an April blizzard, but it has happened before. Heck, we've even had snow on Mother's Day!

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  3. No kidding. I feel quite cheated and because of that I am quite irritated by any day that peaks over 70 degrees. I still can't believe we mowed the lawn and grilled on the bbq yesterday.

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    1. Stacy - Our lawn is greening and growing. If it gets mowed this week, it will be the first time EVER in March!

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  4. Guess we won't miss it, the winter that wasn't. A beautiful photo to tuck in your memory. And now, to Spring...

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  5. Simply gorgeous picture!! I can't believe that we're already moving into the warmer weather this year. The rain we had yesterday was enough to fill up the lakes again, so we'll be heading to my dad's lakehouse soon before all the water evaporates with the summer heat. Ha!

    Enjoy JoAnn. That view must do wonders for keeping your stress levels down.

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    1. Trish - There really is something calming about looking at water. It does wonders for my stress level... and probably my blood pressure, too!

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  6. How pretty. I love how the sky reflects in the lake.

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  7. Beautiful. The winter we had here (in most of Europe, actually) was reduced to two weeks of blizzards and extremely low temperatures. Before and after that, extended spring.

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  8. I'm so loving that photo. Could easily be blown up and framed!

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  9. Beautiful! It really was the winter that wasn't - which makes me very happy. Although there are a lot of foods I find that we haven't eaten nearly enough of without those cold temps that drive us to eat them, like chili.

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  10. Fit for a Haiku. Or more accurately a Haiga.

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  11. Farewell indeed. Let's hope it doesn't decide to visit in April.

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  12. And what an awesome winter it's been :)

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