Sunday, December 31, 2017

How Does Your Garden Grow?

The weather for this week was Brrrrr




A couple of inches of snow predicted for Christmas Day turned into a good four to six inches of snow. While shoveling the stairs and walkway I pondered the fact that if Christmas snow is so *#%#%&^# magical, why doesn't it ^&*%^&$^# disappear by magic?



This Jack Frost painting looked better in real life. The condensation on the windows looks like many triangle shaped trees with snow on top. 

So we had Brrrrr followed by more Brrr.


This was one of the warmer morning temps this week.  And the extended forecast. Oh, joy, more snow predicted for Thursday and a daytime heat wave. As of this post, 171 days until the First Day of Summer. Happy New Year to you.

How does your garden grow?

14 comments:

  1. Sorry it's soooooooo cold over there. They showed it on our TV news last night. It's mild and wet here today, 14° C. Hope it soon &%$§ off and leaves you! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Mild sounds good and so does 14o C.
      (57.2 oF)because the wet wouldn't be snow. I'm coming over to your house!

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  2. so cold...brrr! Aine and David left last night..the time flew. Hope to connect next week. Happy New Year! xo

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    1. Happy New Year! Will look forward to hearing how the wedding plans are coming along

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  3. Your house photo looks like mine. Brr. With the wind blowing today it is the worst. hanks for the sock link. I am heading on in a minute to check them out. Yesterday felt like a heatwave at 14 degrees. Pretty sad. :) We went to Worcester to visit my Mom who was tucked cozily into her apartment. I am glad we went yesterday because today with the wind it wouldn't have felt so warm. Ha-ha. Happy last day of 2017. hugs--Erika

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    1. I think you'll like the company and the socks. Glad your mother is staying warm. You stay warm, too!

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    1. Hope it's warmer where you are. Happy New Year!

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  5. And I was complaining about our 57°.....thanks for the perspective! ;) HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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  6. It's bitterly cold here, but absolutely NO moisture for nearly two months. Even bird poop is dry (grin). I would gladly take some snow, but not that much. I personally think it's too cold to snow.


    Since this is the last day of the year, I want to personally wish you a safe and joyous New Year and a calligraphy inspired 2018.

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    1. I don't think it can be too cold to snow. It was below zero last night and we got a skiff. Thank you and a Happy New Year to you and the boys. Headbutts all around =^..^=

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  7. CJ!!! I was laughing my head off with your magical snow! LOL!
    We are so cold here, that all the outside New Year's Eve parties were canceled! It's the most wonderful time of the Year! LOL!
    Happy New Year!! Wishing you happiness and good health! It was a pleasure getting to know you this year CJ! Big Hugs!

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    1. A lot of the Boston First Night activities were cancelled, too. Winter is the most wonderful time of the year and my season. NOT. Happy New Year to you, MLC

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