I ‘borrowed’ this from the Exeter NH Garden Club. I don’t think they’ll mind that I shared it with you because we all need a good chuckle when it comes to this weather. 🙂
That’s so funny (and sadly true).
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Dan’s right on both counts. I’m getting ready to walk with a friend and her dogs shortly and the temperature is in 30 and feels like 24. That’s just not right any more!!!
Come to mid-Wales, it’s going to be sunny here for… at least the next hour or two. The birds told me. 😉
Oh, I sure wish I could. You probably even have some garden shows going on I could take in. 🙂
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That is so true…just hope the plants can work out it all out!
That’s hysterical……unless you really think about it. Lol. I don’t think the furnace will ever shut off again.
Now there’s a topic none of us want to think about – the heating bill for April and maybe May. 🙂
No kidding. We are expecting a blast of snow within the hour. I see a big blue monster on radar hovering over the area. 6 to 12 inches according to the weather bureau – but they are promising 60’s next week. It’s a lie. They are just saying that to get us through the rest of the week.
I went out this morning and built a hoop over some plants that I’m sitting. They can’t even break through the soil because it is too cold and we get snow or ice every other day. I guess one of these days they will be right, and it will warm up. Won’t it?
Thanks for my LOL this morning, Judy. Better to laugh about this than cry.
Laughter is good for the soul and the disposition at this particular time. 🙂
Oh, so true! What a winter it has been. It started the end of October with weirdness and it hasn’t let up.
My window box flowers (red and white impatiens) are always purchased the first week in May and then kept safely sheltered until the 15th and danger of frost is over. I can’t picture myself buying them in two weeks this year. It would feel like wearing a swimsuit in December in Michigan – insane!
Isn’t that the truth? I was at a box store the other day with vegetables for sale and people were buying them by the cart load. All I could think of was what in the world where they going to do with them except let them die and buy new ones in about a month. 🙂
lol – gotta laugh at this!
I think we might have your spring down here in Houston Texas. We are usually hot and humid by now but we are having so many cool days, sixties and breezy! Thank you for sharing : )
So glad you are having a nice spring. 🙂 May I also extend my condolences on losing one of the most recognized and well respected ladies from Texas – Barbara Bush. She certainly labored on behalf of literacy around the country and in particular for children at the Portland hospital in Maine. She will not only be missed by her family and friends by also by all citizens who advocate on behalf of our children.
Thank you! Houston and the world lost a great lady! She was a great role model for us all!
Snow forecast again tomorrow..! But I remember one year in MA when we got 6 wet inches in early May and many trees that were leafed out came down, including a big oak outside our back door whose trunk split to the ground! Mercifully it fell parallel to the house!
I am suppose to work a town wide cleanup on May 5th. I already told the coordinator, if it is snowing that day just assume I’m in bed with the covers over my head. 🙂 Glad that tree did the right thing when coming down.
Thanks for the laugh. I must share it and give credit to the Exeter Gardeners too.
This is exactly how I feel about April. 🙂
This is hilarious! What’s not hilarious is that you seem to have sent the chill over the Pacific and, after so many weeks of beautiful warm weather, today it’s overcast, damp and chilly. Brrrr. I feel the first touch of winter in the air. 😦
Well, I certainly wouldn’t have sent this to you! I would chuck it north and hope our friendly Canadians could pass it on from there. 🙂
When I say chilly, it’s 14 – 22°C today which is much cooler than we’ve been having. Probably not as chilly as you’ve had though. 😀
😀 Hahaha, this is great!
This made me almost choke on my glass of rose wine, Judy!
I am stopping by to say I think your Thursday Doors had a hanging barn on a metal rail, at a nice hotel. I will include a link to your blog, if so. . . 💮 🌸
Tomorrow is the 106th of January … or maybe the 137th of December.
That’s for sure. This winter that will not end needs to be kicked to the curb. 🙂
I laughed out loud when I saw this–it’s so accurate!
I about fell out of my chair laughing so I had to share. 🙂
I laughed immediately. Then I wondered what was wrong with me. Maybe I’m hysterical from cabin fever. Or maybe you are exactly right: we need help laughing. More snow coming today, more darkness, more gardener’s itch. Better to laugh than to cry, I suppose, but the gardener in me is becoming something like the Incredible Hulk, all green and unstoppable, exploding out of this mild-mannered old lady. It won’t be pretty.
I love the visual you provided – same here. 🙂
I read your Thursday Doors post and then bust out laughing at this one! 🙂
I don’t think spring is ever going to get here. 🙂
Oh my gosh – I’m a Californian now living in the Boston area. I was in the dregs of weather depression mid-April. Wish I had seen this then – it at least would have put a smile on my face!!! 🙂
Well, now, I bet you had a few moments this past winter season that lasted for six months where you wished you were back in sunny CA. 🙂
Ohhhh, I certainly did. ;-0
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