Daily Life of a Retired Teacher Living in Seattle
I was so surprised to see all your wintry photos Linda. You took some beautiful ones and have to say I fell in love with your little stone birdhouse in the last shot. We've got 60 mph winds around our way today.
Take your cold spell, add 12" of fresh snow, and you've got my yard. Sad, but true.
I hope everyone and everything recovers from the shock of being frozen.Even frozen, your garden is beautiful!
I hate the cold as much as I hate the heat. Why can't the temperature always read 78 degrees F.
Brrr...The daffodils bent under the snow broke my heart a little.
And here I was begining to think that you never had snow there Linda? I enjoyed your photos in these last two blogs - Dave
It appears Mother Nature just can't seem to make up her mind. I'm sorry for all those beautiful flowers who thought they were given the signal to start spring fever.
we know spring is trying to come when the weather gets so changeable...
Cold here, too, I am wondering if I will get any peaches or apricots this year as they were in bloom. It is inconvenient for me but could be a disaster for the many commercial growers in the central valley and expensive for consumers.
Isn't it funny how we can live in a similar area and have such a difference of snow. Your yesterday pictures are very pretty. Snow has just come too late this winter. January is over and it is time to move on. Last week they were cutting Daffs for stores in the valley and now they are covered with snow. Our low yesterday was 17F---Darn cold. And remember last week it was cool but beautiful because of the sunshine. We still have the same amount of snow. It is not melting and it snowed all day today. Whew!!!Glad you got to the Flower and Garden show. Always an eye-opener. MB
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