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Friday, March 02, 2007

Woke up to this yesterday...
today it is snowing again and the temperatures
hover under 0°C - I understand - those of you burried under snow in other parts of Canada (or the world) and the NA continent, might not feel for us, but this is soooo, soooooooooooooooo unusual for our little corner of the world, we are feeling inside out!
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23 comments:

trinitystar said...

awwwwwwwwwh keep warm. Spring is just round the corner
warm hugs for you.

slskenyon said...

Wow--in fact, I can think of two times I have seen that in the morning out here in New England all this winter--and most of that was melted by the end of the morning. It may be uncharacteristic to have such a snow-free winter in my part of the US, but the convenience cannot be argued with.

At least it's March....

Margie said...

Oh No...not more snow!
Bitter cold here!
Keep warm!
Will call again soon!
Sending you....

A BIG HUG!

"Angeldust" said...

Yesss, Yes! Spring around the corner dear TrinityStar!

"Angeldust" said...

Unusual for us all of this - all this topsy-turvy around the world - just in case we don't want to pay attention to the "Inconvenient Truth"

Cheers to you Slskenyon - have a great weekend

"Angeldust" said...

Hello dear MArgie I just was visiting you... nice warm poem

(ONe more clip of that howard K. Stern guy and I sceem - OScar! Oscar!!!)

((BIG HUG))

Annelisa said...

Personally, I Love snow... reminds me of kiddie days! I'll never tire of it, or grump about it... like for you, it's a rarity, so I still savour the changed scenes. (quite understand how people can hate it when they have so much, though!)
:-)

Katie McKenna said...

I love snow too, but... it can get old. And cold IS cold! Brzzz... I love the picture though! Chilly down here and it's a shock to my body since 2 days ago I was basking in the sun! Crazy weather!

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Arz000n said...

The temp has dropped down here too since past 2 days :(

Neeed to heat up ma room now...you do the same :D

turn on the heater :D

"Angeldust" said...

But I do love snow... in mountains - where it belongs!
:)

This part of the world does not normally see snow, IF a couple of times for a few hours a season.

This is a rainforest area, lush and green. The snow and accompanying low temps. have done a lot of damage to our evergreens and perennials!

More than anything, is the overcast and grey that is just simply overwhelming, we had this nonsense since Halloween.

No one around here is "prepared" with tires or other equipment to deal with - so, when it falls, some of us stay put, others enter the vortex of chaos, as the one or two pieces of equipment are used to maintain the major highways.

Big hug dear Annelisa

"Angeldust" said...

My body wants to feel the sunshine, my toes want to be dipped in the ocean - normally I would be getting into trouble down at the beach all year round...

I am wearing "my Calgary" clothes -
Polyester sweaters - ay Chihuahua!
Gross.

Big hug dear KAtie

"Angeldust" said...

Arz000n dear -
I normally cannot stand having the heat on, only for a little while until the temp gets comfy, but it has been at its max for a long time, since we have only single pane windows and huge gaps in the balcony doors! lol

Thank goodness we have a water heating system in the building which makes things pleasant for all.
All in all, we do not "suffer" here. And we had power all along.
We just complain.

And as I said that, ALL the unfortunate people in refugee camps and war zones came to mind...

I count my blessings again!

Blessing to you and,

blessings all around the world that are living "in lack" at this very moment.

krystyna said...

Hi Angeldust!
I like snow but more through the window- beautiful; and on your pics.
Now my dream is walking, walking in the sunny day.
I wish you Great Sunny Sunday!

"Angeldust" said...

Same dream - same wish dear Krystyna!

Anne-Marie said...

How pretty! We had another "dusting" too, but we were in the countryside with some school groups and it was stunningly beautiful. I'm off to San Francisco in a week, so I can take a bit more of the pretty white stuff.

I hope you're doing well, my dear. I'm going to catch up on your posts now.

"Angeldust" said...

As the news came on I heard about your snow fall and perils around Toronto - thought to check up on you.
You beat me to it. Good to hear you are keeping well.

Big hug
Have another great trip!!!!

QUASAR9 said...

Isn't it beautiful though!
White snow, filled with crystals
Crisp cold air - clear of any bugs

Anne-Marie said...

Hello my dear,
just to give you a bit of Templar info, there is a good non-fiction book called The Blood & The Grail, on which Brown based his research for Code. I also read The Secret Supper, by Javier Sierra, which is more about DaVinci, his famous painting, and the cult of the Magdalene. A fun read, though. That should satisfy a Templar craving.

"Angeldust" said...

Q dear - trust you to see the beauty in everything - out of place here in the "rainforest".

Yes, snow is a magnificent phonomenon, absolutely, when and where it is meant to fall...after somesunshine preferably!

Climate change on the "obvious" works perhaps?

A Big dustie hug to you Q.

"Angeldust" said...

Thanks Anne-Marie

Margie said...

Guess where I am today?
Just took a break from skiing...having lunch and here at an internet cafe...in gorgeous Breckinridge...one of the most beautiful places in CO.
Will be back home tonight!
Thinking of you...so popped in to say "hi"
Back to the ski slopes now!

BIG HUG!!!!

"Angeldust" said...

You little devil, enjoying the white stuff!