Letters from a Hill Farm
Good grief. Enough already. We had about a half inch of snow on the ground this morning. This afternoon we have two yellow crocus up. They look stunted. Poor things. This winter has been awful!!
Now, *that* looks familiar! :) Isn't it wonderful that Spring is so close?! (Thanks, again, for your encouraging comments at my blog throughout the years!) Blessings, Debra
That's crazy. Our day started off at 30 degrees and hit 70 by mid-day.Ann
That could have been taken at our house :( Spring can't get here soon enough!
Good grief... your winter just won't go away this year.
I doubt we'll see that much snow again until next winter. Our forecast says 70 today with rain/snow showers tonight. This is so typical for spring in Nebraska!
It is melting quickly today, but tomorrow is supposed to be cold again! brrr.
We haven't had a single flake all winter so it looks nice to me. Love the header, I can almost smell the hay.Carole
Beautiful stuff, hay!
It's finally starting to melt where I live! But, we too have had a lot of snow this season...I always like it in December...but by March I'm certainly tired of it. P.S. I liked your Mexican St. Patrick's Day dinner post. A good fusion of foods and culture. :)
Ours melted a little. Then we got some more. I was fond of the 'fusion' too. As Margaret said, it was like the Chinese restaurant in the movie A Christmas Story. :<)
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