Oh no, it's snow! And it's in the 60's here today too. Have a wonderful weekend and dream of cozy sweaters.
Jacquelineand....I love cozy sweaters, but don't get much chance to wear them. So glad you're having a spring day!
Interesting how there can be snow on the sand yet so much sunshine.
Stephen:It's a miracle.
susie:Thank you for empathizing!
Your home is so lovely! Holy cow, you should see the snow that has just happened in Vermont. It's almost as bad as what you've gotten down there.... plus a few feet. :) I may post on FB one of the photos that a friend of our ours posted.
Judy:Thanks. I'm especially fond of our fine collection of "throws."I can't believe those photos from Vermont! It's unbelievably beautiful, but I wouldn't want to try to dig out of THAT! Here, a little plastic pail and shovel are all I need.
Guess it was just a matter of time that you would get snow there Mitchell! Because IF WE ARE ANY INDICATION OF THE WINTER MOST OF THE WORLD HAD THIS YEAR.........oopps, is that whining? lolLove those sand-castles with the 'light dusting'!!
Jim:I thought of you as I trudged through the wind and snow here. Sophie would have gone for a swim!
I will not comment/whine.... ;)
TICKLEBEAR:So glad you're able to man up like I do. We take what Mother Nature hands out without complaint.
If there's a lot of white around these parts, it's usually guano... under a favorite roosting tree.
Sharon:There was a plaza in Sevilla I used to avoid at all costs. I thought it was tiled in white until I got close one day!
I never complain about snow.
Spo:I know! Why can't everyone just take a lesson from us?!? I'll bet Someone never complains about snow either.
Well I will complain, it's been 4 months of winter and tomorrow is 19 March and still we expect snow, now come on this is not funny. Nicky and Nora are from Italy and they want to go home. So do I for that matter.
Laurent:If I had your winter weather, I'd be complaining, too. Constantly.
It's always great to hear from you...