Thursday, March 24, 2011

what???

What's this?! Snow?! Barely, but still! No, it can't be. I specifically remember knowing that I was through with the snow for this season. It's time to tune up the lawn mower and sharpen the blades. We had a day that was in the 60's, and everything!

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Perhaps it is manna. Yeah, let's go with that.

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I just had a thought about cold weather... Suppose it was zero degrees today, and they said it was going to be twice as cold tomorrow... what would that temperature be?

12 comments:

George said...

I could go along with the manna idea if the wind wasn't blowing so hard and it wasn't so cold!

Betty Manousos@ CUT AND DRY said...

I really enjoyed your post and that photo!
Lofty delectable!!

imac said...

Oh, we had a warm and sunny day today, and I was walking Grantham Canal this afternoon in shirt sleeves.

Charity Singleton said...

I know! I saw white stuff falling from the sky and I was hoping it was from the cotton wood trees. But no, it was snow. And it's Spring now.

donsands said...

Where is Srping? I thought it had done sprung, but I guess not. Must be from "global warming".

Have a terrific Lord's day Craver!

mommanator said...

Yeh whats that all about? had some here in MD too! However I am NOT gonna complain. Thats miniscule to what has happened in Japan!

Craver Vii said...

I know what you mean, George. Sometimes the weather can be rude and inhospitable.

How kind of you, Betty! That's a sweet and original comment.

That type of day is sooo good Imac. I can picture you now... two Nikons slung over your neck and your lovely DW at your side. That's the life!!

Craver Vii said...

Springy snow Charity? boing, boing, boing... Just kidding. It's remarkable how different a reaction to snowfall can be, depending on whether it is early or late in the season.

The mild days were only a taste of things to come, Sandman. A friend gave me a CD from Sovereign Grace Music, and I really like Let Your Kingdom Come. I think we can eventually use that one at church.

That's perspective, isn't it, Mommanator. We've contacted our friends in Japan, organized assistance, and continually keep those precious people and their land in prayer.

donsands said...

Thanks Craver. Great song. I had a couple goose bumps from those words and the melody.

lime said...

hey, you at lest have green grass. we have buttloads of snow. why yes, i am grumbling. even though i shouldn't

Shammickite said...

So you have snow too. I woke up to some of the white stuff between the struggling blades of grass too, this morning.
Oh well, Spring sometimes is reluctant to show her face, although she did give us a taste of blue sky and sunshine yesterday so I took YoungerSon's dog for a nice long walk.

Denise said...

We had a little snow a few nights ago but it had melted by the time the light came. Nice catching up here today.