Six Word Saturday

Melting Snow Makes The Angels Cry

snowangel

I’ve lived here long enough to know that a January thaw is no serious augury of an impending Spring, but for the sake of My Beloved Sandra–and all those others who will soon be writhing in the clutches of Cabin Fever–I can only pray for the merciful demise of all Angels Of Snow… and soon.

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14 responses

  1. You’re dealing with snow and we’re experiencing 42C temperatures and bush fires – what a crazy mixed up world we live in

  2. I love that picture, and sentiment! No snow here yet but I hope we get at least a little this winter (just in gardens and parks though, so that transport isn’t disrupted!).

  3. No snow so far this winter, thank the Lord/ I hope your thaw continues.

  4. oh you and I both, Ron. This is the commercial break in the middle of the movie, and I think we’ve learned to appreciate whatever form it takes. Some years its three hours of 50 degrees, some years its a week of melting snow and walking around in sweaters and hoodies. Ours is about to end, sadly.

    ah well, it was fun.

  5. i enjoyed the January thaw although the deep freeze is returning next week.

  6. In the past week we’ve had snow, fog, rain, snow, rain, snow. Makes it difficult to select an appropriate coat each morning . . .

  7. Warm Wishes. Have a nice Saturday

    Much love

  8. Oh, bless! I just posted Algarve photos. Don’t look, Ron :)

  9. Well, the thaws for me are very welcomed, except when then the weather switches back to freezing temps! Yikes!

  10. And it’s Summer here in NZ thought some days are pretty cool. Hope you get warmer weather soon.

  11. this cold has definitely overstayed its welcome this time

  12. Loved the snow-angel pic – from one to whom snow is a novelty. Hope there is relief to cabin fever soon.

  13. We have a saying here in northern New England, which manages to cover everything from cradle to grave, and all the weather out there…no matter how good, how cold, how warm, how much you are enjoying or not enjoying ANYTHING, sooner or later someone will say, “Cahn’t last. Don’t get used to it.”

    1. Yeah. My friend Sid usta say that all the time.

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