What Next?


Winter’s grip relaxed

Momentarily on pause

Mystery awaits…………

Published in: on January 10, 2014 at 3:01 pm  Comments (15)  
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  1. We’re in rainy rainy Florida visiting Andy’s parents until tomorrow…and given the brief reprieve back home, I too wonder what happens next…have a great day LouAnn

    • It is supposed to rain here for the next couple of days so we should be in a real mess

  2. We’re on pause here too! It’s all calm and 12C which is very warm for january! 🙂

    • we are going up to 4C tomorrow which means a major meltdown–you are having downright balmy weather

  3. We may even make I to 6 degrees C. Whoo hoo!

    • get your shorts and sunhat out

      • Flip flops are out!

  4. Heat wave. All the water and muck. I’m dreading it.

  5. Hang in there! You guys definitely have been having a rough time this season…. well, I should say you guys and the majority of the continental U.S. aside from California. We’re having a VERY warm winter. Note that I use the term ‘winter’ extremely loosely.

  6. Raining and in the 30’s here – supposed to be warmer tomorrow too. We are in a veritable heat wave!

  7. What next…
    We have rain
    Everything is melting
    Temps are dropping slush is turning to ice
    Very slippery out there.
    Oh spring – Oh summer – Wherefore art though?

  8. Oh, Winter, don’t grip on again–at least give us a few days off! *grin*

  9. I feel for all of you. A tough winter.

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