“February made me shiver, with every paper I’d deliver . . . .”
Maybe I should pen a sequel to “American Pie,” Bill. How does “Snowball Pie” sound?
Is that a Christmas wreath (in February) on the front door of the top picture?
Actually, it’s a Christmas stocking, Drongo. My wife will put up a Spring Flower arrangement when the weather improves.
Good thing Buffalo knows how to handle a little snow. Apparently there were morons who ignored all the warnings and decided Friday night was a good time to go for a drive on the Long Island Expressway, forcing cops and other emergency personnel to rescue them from their trapped cars.
AH, good to be in Florida while all this is happening.
We’re used to heavy snow, Jeff. But, we also have idiots who decide to drive around in blizzard conditions…with predictably bad results.
Christmas is a four month long season at the Kelley’s, Drongo (November-Feb) so don’t be surprised by any decorations you might see. Meanwhile here in Portland (not that one, the one in Oregon) we got an inch of fog. It was brutal, let me tell you.
Crazy! I miss winters like this. We haven’t had significant snow in Kansas City for a couple of years now. Winter has been more like an occasionally interrupted spring. Which is great come this time of year when I am in the mood for things to warm up but I do want some good snow in Dec. and Jan. and haven’t gotten it for awhile.
Snow is a mixed blessing, Carl. Along with the foot of snow, we woke up to a 7-degree temperature. Brrrr!
It is. As much as I lament not having real winters I quickly get acclimated to these spring-like temps and then get disappointed when the weather turns back towards winter norms. The only temps I really despise, though, are the hot and humid ones. I can live with an fully enjoy all the other times of the year.
Carl, I can tolerate cold temperatures a lot better than hot and humid ones.
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