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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

I'll Take A Bit of Snow Anytime:

We woke up to this little bit of snow, and it is snowing lightly right now.  Southern Oregon is in for a huge storm this weekend, but for us this should pass in a couple of days.  

THIS is why I don't buy my hanging baskets and plant my flowers until after Father's Day around here.

But, really, a bit of snow is no big deal.  Our hearts go out to those in Oklahoma and other parts of tornado alley for their extreme loss this week.  Praying for you all, and hoping that your life gets back to normal soon.

~ Kathy M. 

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Sally said...

Snow in May? Severe weather and my heart goes out to those affected in Oklahoma.

nutschell said...

wow! I can't believe you still have snow when it's almost summer.:)

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Your photo makes the snow look inviting. We're over 80 degrees and humid here, so a little "cool" is nice. :)

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

Isn't winter kinda overstaying its welcome? Golly. Snow in May... darned near June. It's as hot and humid as mid-summer here.

But you're right. Compared to what happened in OK this week, none of the rest of us have any cause to complain about the weather.

Kathy A. Johnson said...

It was 88 degrees here yesterday...I'd take some snow, too!
However, I'll take a little heat and humidity over the devastation of a tornado any day. Those poor folks.

Linda Reeder said...

It really got cold again. Just cold rain here, but snow in the lower elevations of the mountains.

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