Weird. Super cold one day. Spring-like the next. Weirdest winter ever!
Warm yesterday. I loved it. The big tease! :D~ Wendy
This picture is hilarious! It's barfing buckets of rain, the sun has been kidnapped by gray clouds and I'm stuck working when I ought to be home in my PJ's, coffee in hand, and writing! Waaah! Oh and it's cold. Yesterday, it was 62. Seriously?
Ha! Love the picture!!It's rainy here. It's been so mild but rainy all winter. Like today it's 30 degrees--practically a heat wave for us in January. I love it!
We finally had a good soaking rain here in the Sierra Foothills last week, but we're back to a predicted week of sunny, springlike days in the mid 60s. If I could, I'd take some of your snow and plop it up at the summit. We have next to no snow up there, which doesn't bode well for this coming summer.
That photo made me chuckle! Too, too funny.Kinda like CO weather ... never know what it's gonna throw at us. It was 18 degrees when my daughter headed out the door to school.High is supposed to be 58.What a low and high!
Almost sun room weather.
Haha! Love the picture! Here where I live we have buckets of snow!
Weather can't seem to make up its mind. Rainy one day, sunny the next. Maybe someone should remind him that it's winter, not spring. I hope this delayed winter doesn't push back summer! (Can that even happen?) :)
It's summer where I am in NZ! :) I'm now following you
What a great photo... love the expression! Here in western Canada the weather is typically unpredictable. After a week of below freezing temperatures and snow, and a second week of milder wind and rain, today the sun is shining. We still have patches of snow, but I'm not complaining.
Erica, although we have had a very mild winter, your picture reminds me of a FB post by my son. He works in a cold/frozen food storage warehouse. He was working in the the ice cream freezer (-10 F) and he commented "Best part about picking ice cream: feeling your eyebrows getting really heavy from all the frost. :D"