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Colorado is Drunk

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

This is tongue in cheek, but true all the same. Saturday was a beautiful day here, warm, sunny, no wind, and 65*. We were able to work outside all day and enjoyed every minute of it. Sunday was cold and blustery. It snowed, it rained, it blew and the temps. hovered around 35*. To go outside I needed my winter coat again! Colorado springtime is always an adventure!

So I'm just holding on because I know good things are coming both in the weather and with myself.

Is it spring where you live yet? If so, share some warm stories for this poor soul freezing here! lol!

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    On again - off again here also. New snow on the mountains. We did get some very warm sunny days also. The weather seems confused. emoticon emoticon
    2193 days ago
    Haha! That sounds about like our weather in Virginia. Hang in there. Spring WILL come ... eventually. emoticon
    2196 days ago
    I live in Steamboat, and you could almost change those dates on the photos to TIMES in one day!
    2196 days ago
    Texas is warm and wet, 40s in the night and 70s in the day. This is one of the two times of the year we can actually work outside with pleasure. Summer heat will hit you in the face each morning and makes you want to go inside, but you can't and so you brave the heat to work in the garden and sweat through several changes of clothing. This winter has been the coldest in several years and the heating bills reflect it. But I know you've had your share too. God bless.
    2196 days ago
    Come my way, beautiful sunny southern California. If it gets in the low 60's, we complain that it is cold. But we have to deal with earthquakes and fires. We all have some kind of burden to bear. emoticon Hang in there. emoticon
    2196 days ago
    spring here in SC now..
    2196 days ago
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