Wordless Wednesday – 02/27/13


This has been one of the snowiest winters in history for New England and although it is beautiful I’m ready to put the shovel away and get the blower on the John Deere traded out for the mower. 🙂

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9 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – 02/27/13

  1. Same here – though at my house, it’s trading the snowplow for the bucket and the chipper!


  2. It looks so gorgous! Kids are home from school with me again, we have freezing rain. I too hope this is the last of it.


  3. Grandma Kc says:

    Great picture but I can sure understand why you have had enough of winter for this year. Even southern California hasn’t had their usual mild winter — for us it has been cold! Please let spring and summer get here soon.


  4. Marcie says:

    Oh, I so know what you mean! I am ready to put the snow behind us and get some warmer, sunny days! I’ve got a garden to plant! 🙂


  5. Looks like fluffy clouds ….


  6. You have certainly had your fair share of snow this year yes! What a pretty picture, though 🙂


  7. Beautiful! We’ve had all our winter blizzards in the last two weeks. The snow is SO pretty . . . but we’re all ready for spring now! 🙂


  8. Karen says:

    Hopefully we have seen the last of the big snowstorms and they will just be an inch or so…it is March after all.


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