Homemaking the Retro Way
Awww, the poor little thing. We don't have daffodils yet and I woke up and it was 20 degrees this morning. I'm waiting for May!!!
I'm in the south. Today our "snow" is falling like "cats and dogs" and melting as it falls from heaven. :o) Although an elderly gentleman I know calls it "wet sunshine." And in that picture you've got "frozen sunshine on your buttercup." Shalom, Paula
No it's not!--But I'll be glad when it is. (o;
What a contrast....I too am ready for Spring....lasting...a few days or weeks would be wonderful.Deby
Terri, brrr! 20 degrees is TOO cold! ;)Paula,"frozen sunshine on your buttercup." I love it! Mrs. B, me too! I'm looking forward to long days and warm sunshine. :)Deby, I'm with you!
Here in Kentucky, we have had a big snowfall, and it is beautiful. But I sure hope it is the last of the bad weather -- I'm ready to do some gardening!
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