Monday, January 28, 2013

Weather, blah-blah.



~~~~~~Monochromatic, beautiful winter on the bay. Click to enbiggen~~~~~~

We're all in that weather obsessed mode, aren't we. My blog friend Friko wrote about the sloppiness of it all. At least for those of us in the northern hemisphere. My friends hanging off the southern half of ye old globe try not to gloat too much, they send me pictorial reminders of a non-white, non-wet landscape choking itself on lush vegetation.

Yeah, I can't make any plans without a massive consult with the weather network. Though I did manage a WHOLE day out yesterday and plan another one on Wednesday.

Weather talk is boring. I need to focus on my magnificent landscape, the fact that a plea for more firewood on FB (long, long story for another time)resulted in friends jumping in yet again with trucks and chainsaws, another play happening-nearly, and yes, thinking Toronto is a good idea, there's a ticket sale, yahoo!

15 comments:

  1. I don't mind the photos from the southern hemisphere because soon enough the seasons will reverse again. Spring will be here in a month or so, and then it's practically summer.

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  2. Talking about the weather always fills the page for another paragraph and it's an innocent subject, yet somewhat informative, and allows people to sympathize with your misery. I remain hopeful about the coming spring and now really have something to look forward to, namely the arrival of a new king and queen. It will be a huge party for the whole country. xox

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  3. SAW:

    Spring is always a little later here, May :( but there's always something to celebrate each season.

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  4. Irene:
    To me it takes up too much headspace!

    As to royalty, I think you know how I feel about the privilege of birth.

    But have at it, my good friend!

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  6. Love the photograph!
    We're in a peculiar yo-yo temperature period now in OK - a year of seasons all in just one week.... so different from UK's (and your) defined seasons.

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  7. Great view, I can feel the cold. Brrr!

    Toronto sounds good for a break.

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  8. We're having see-saw weather here in Florida too! In the eighties today, but supposed to get "chilly" again in a few days.........

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  9. T:
    yes I saw a thermometer visual for the week in Indiana and couldn't believe the fluctations. Unreal.
    this is the coldest winter we've had in a decade.
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  10. GM:

    Yes really cold, heating bills are high for everyone.

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  11. Molly:
    I posted a pic of our frozen bay on FB today and a Florida friend gloated at me from the beach!!!
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  12. That's a gorgeous scene at the bay. They can keep their sunny beaches! Ireland has been quite stormy lately, very unsettled, but a good burst of winter sunshine today brought the walkers out.

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  13. Yes today has been quite lovely here today Stan and up to 7C tomorrow though a storm looms for the weekend.

    Never boring!!

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  14. Aww it's Canada where
    when the snowing gets tough the tough go to Cancun.

    I just looked outside and I didn't see my shadow so nine more weeks of Winter.

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  15. 9 weeks. I'll brace myself, GFB.

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