Wednesday, March 6, 2013

How to make a Southern girl crabby in March:


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  1. yep we got it as well...still snowing....we got about 3 inches...just a bit north they got 12 so i wont complain...

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    1. Looks like only a couple here. It's not so much the snow I object to as the cold that goes with it.

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  2. I feel your pain, sorta. That could be any month betwix Sept. and mid-June here, so once again, 'Dear Abby, dear Abby......."
    Draw the curtains, mix a mint julep......

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    1. Yeah, but I CHOSE to live in a warmer area. If I got this between September and June I wouldn't be complaining - I'd be dead. Not a fan of mint drinks, but I will have pizza and beer tonight.

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  3. Its pretty though, but you are right, not a happy camper to see this in March. But then sometimes they don't tend to stick around like say a January snow?

    betty

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    1. We haven't had any snow stick around this year.

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  4. You could actually re-title that: How to make anybody feel crabby in March.

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    1. True. We're just a little entitled about our Springs down here!

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  5. Ignore the snow, just stay inside, have some good food and wine, and get cosy.

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    1. Well, I had to go to work and the grocery store nad to pick up a friend of my son's... but other than that I'm staying in!

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  6. For once, we escaped it! And there was much rejoicing......

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    1. I know I shouldn't complain about a single day of snow.

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  7. Here, I expect it in march but I still growl

    xo
    kj

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    1. I couldn't do it. I just know that about me.

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  8. Ok I agree about not liking snow much but there is worse weather. Those twisters don't go over well. We got nine inches of white from the sky here.

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    1. Sure, and tsunamis are also bad. Also volcanic eruptions. I wasn't claiming we got the worst weather the world has ever experienced.

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  9. Oh, you definitely need a toasty woodstove and a touch of brandy to pass the cold away.

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    1. Hi, and welcome. We're already up to high 40's today, so it's improving!

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  10. Your title made me chuckle...thanks for the laughter.

    Those tree limbs seem to be holding up very well though and I'm sure it will be forgotten history soon enough.

    I have a folder full of pics I never got around to post of tree branches touching the ground and tree trunks split vertically from the weight of this years snow.

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    1. You're welcome! I lost a few dogwood limbs in an earlier, heavier snow. Made me sad to see them fall.

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  11. It's known as "Sheila's Brush" around these parts. The last swipe of winter....you are ahead of us but we're ducking.

    Stay warm.

    XO
    WWW

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    1. We call it a Dogwood Winter. Well, actually, that would be more in April.

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  12. Aw, you poor thing. You have more snow than I do.

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    1. Guess we got less than our share the rest of the winter.

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  13. good job Thanks lot for this useful article, nice post

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  14. this would make a northern girl crabby, too!

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  15. Definitely! It makes this northern gal think you know how I feel all winter.

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  16. We were to supposedly get hit with A LOT of snow yesterday, but missed it. And I'm actually glad because I had a trip in NYC planned yesterday, therefore the snow would have caused several delays. We just got a lot of heavy winds and rain.

    Even me, who loves winter, will be glad to see some Spring soon.

    OMG....can you believe I just said that? HA!

    X

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    1. You'll be eating those words when it's all sunny and nice!

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  17. I was promised snow for two days and didn't get any. I am very upset. We should switch locations.

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  18. I know in my heart that Ohio will get snow on either the first day of Spring or sometime afterwards, because that's how we roll. That's how to make a northern (well northeastern I suppose) girl crabby.

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    1. I HATE snow that falls during the Spring.

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  19. If we got snow, ever, we'd think the world might be ending ;-) I am with you, Secret...being cold is not cool!

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    1. We expect it here, I just got lulled into thinking we were done with winter.

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  20. Aw, so sorry. Have to admit, even I am about ready to trade my skis for a flyrod!

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  21. Sorry, just can't feel your pain.
    Agree that spring is eagerly awaited.

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    1. But I didn't pick a cold place to live, I picked a warm place.

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  22. i'm a born and bred yank and i'm not too thrilled with it either.

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  23. I always get this was on any cold day after February.

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