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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

If anyone lives in a warmer climate . . . would you like to adopt me?

So yesterday was a cloudy/partially sunny day and most of the snow was melting away. It was a chilly, but nice day and it gave me the feeling and hope that spring was indeed, just around the corner.

SCREEEEEEECCCCCHHHHHH!

Today I woke up to this . . .


Really, seriously, if anyone in the southern States or Hawaii would like to adopt me, my bags can be packed in a jiffy and I'll be on the next plane . . . sigh . . .



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11 comments:

~*Gypsy*~ said...

You can come stay with me in Alabama! We've been having spring weather for two weeks now! Of course, that includes weather like today complete with wind, rain, and tornadoes! Whoo! But hey, it's 70 degrees outside so at least it's warm!

Nana Mari said...

Ahhh...so this is what happens to us Cannucks when we leave 'The Great White North' for greener pastures? Fear not, Tereza, spring will come...some day! But I have to say, although we are all tired of winter, those photos have a beauty all there own!

Mina said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Honey, your welcome here in Tennessee anytime.

Dark Mother said...

It does look so pretty : ) But after the Winter we had here in Jersey, I'd be pissy if I woke up to that today too. Still, I won't move (digs heals in the ground) because I'm a tried and true jersey girl ; )

witchesbrew said...

yes, that is exactly what it looks like as I write this. Snowing to beat hell. School is letting out early, and I am bummed to the max that spring showed herself for awhile then dissappeared on us. :(

RPL said...

Hey Tereza,
I saw on the weather channel that your neck of the woods was being visited by more snow and I immediately thought of you and sent a little burst of good feelings your way so that you can deal with it all;)

Paulette

Elizabeth Rhiannon said...

You're more than welcome to my annual average of 310 days of sunshine...but truth be told, I'm looking for a swap myself. SoCal to England...it ain't easy! ;) Our snow is melting rapidly and it's spring-like here but your snow looks beautiful! Magickal! I know how ya feel though...cabin fever! Bring on Spring! Sunshine sent your way...

aradia's cauldron said...

I feel your pain! Trust me. I am currently wishing I was back in the rainy wet coast!

orchid said...

Thank you SO much for following me! I will be visiting your page often from now on.
Oh, it sure looks still cold but beautiful^^;)
As my pref. has just a couple of times of snow fall in one winter season, I love to see pile of snow and hate the muggy humid summer here. More than welcome to adapt you and your bags look so nice.

Chelsei B said...

You could visit your niece!!

Fiona Whitehead said...

Tereza we don't have a lot of warm weather over here in the UK at the moment but it has been sunny the past few days and what a different it makes to feel that ever so slight warmth on your face - today though its raining - but I'm sending you warm spring vibes - hope you get them hun x