February 18, 2011

I Am Only Sobbing A Little Bit


20 comments:

  1. Did you sneak and take a picture of my snow covered back yard?;) On a good note, I am in the Midwest and it is 55 degrees today . . . so it is coming your way. HOld tight!

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  2. My only consolation is that our poor yards need all that snow to give them the water they need to bloom... the drought last year was rough. I'm hopeful that spring will be lush because of the bazillion inches we've got just sitting there.

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  3. **Sigh** It's coming.. it's coming. Today it's going to be 70 degrees here in Virginia. Our grass is not yet green, but I did see the daffodils beginning to push their way through the hard winter ground. Hold on to hope! :-)

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  4. It is because of this loooong winter that you will appreciate your garden all the more next summer, when it is even lushed than it was last summer.... Hang on tight and enjoy the 60 degrees we are getting today (because it will be 40 again tomorrow...)

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  5. Ohhh! I remember all that hard work you did in the garden...I'm sobbing a little bit for you too...and for me, your "around the corner" neighbor!! LOL

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  6. Oh that was so depressing! Let's get rid of all the snow forever!

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  7. Haha. well at least the winter is more than half way over. you'll be seeing that GORGEOUS garden soon!

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  8. Whew. We've got another 2 months before it starts getting green up in MI. Winter has it's own kind of pretty though.

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  9. It looks beautiful both ways :) Enjoy the snow!

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  10. Oh no! Looks like a lot of hard work to come!

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  11. Now that looks familiar! Unfortunately.

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  12. Wow that is amazing. I'm from Australia... we don't see anything like that!

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  13. *hugs*

    Spring will be here soon...!!!

    I hope!

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  14. I hear your cries from here.

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  15. Oh my... This makes me want to shed a tear (or two) of my own! Don't be too sad, all of that glorious green will return before you know it... :)

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  16. Wow! It is really amazing. It is so beautiful that I wish to be there for once at least. Your really did hard work with this. The color of grass bed here is seems so fresh green.

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  17. I'll take the former over the latter!!

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  18. Holy green thumb! Your back yard is gorgeous! I'd sob too but look what you have to look forward to.

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