Sunday, April 3, 2016

April Showers



      In that old rhyme about April and 

the resulting May flowers, I don't think 

they had today's kind of showers in

mind.
When I was out running errands,

the snow was flying horizontally and

currently the wind is gusting in the 

45-50 mile-per-hour range. Oh, and 

there's 2-4 more inches forecasted

for tomorrow. 

        Guess I'll just slide that box of 

sandals back under the bed. 


14 comments:

  1. Horizontal rain? Urk. I think I would be tempted to assume the horizontal myself. In bed. With a book or two.

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  2. Sorry Marty. Mother Nature does know how to dish it out.

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  3. Well, snow at this time of year is typical in some parts of the country. Thankfully it's not in mine. :-)

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  4. it's all extremes everywhere. I've put my flees pants away a couple of times.

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  5. Wishing warmer weather for you, though wishing does little to change mother nature's own rhythm.

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  6. well, that's spring weather. We haven't had our spring blizzard yet ,but we'll get it!

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  7. Good idea to slide the sandals back under the bed. Just for a few weeks, then you'll be warming up.

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  8. My summer shoes are on the shelf; still wearing wool socks.

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  9. I always worry about all the spring flowers when snow comes late. But I guess they're designed for that possibility!

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  10. April showers bring may flowers and the may flower brings what? Pilgrims:))
    Compliments of the Weekly Reader when I was in grade school.

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  11. Bah! So sorry. I had my wool socks back on this weekend but today was spectacular. I hope some spring is headed up your way.

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  12. We had Summer temperatures here on Sunday. Now my son is asking when will Summer be back.

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  13. It's snowing hard here in Breckenridge, too, Marty! I'm not putting away my winter coat or my skis quite yet!

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