02-24-2007 05:53 PM
I thought it was just me! I woke up yesterday morning to something similiar. After two days of temperatures in the 40s and lots of melting snow, the temperatures dropped and laid down 6 inches of brand new white powedery snow! Ah, spring!
Laurel wrote:Just when I thought spring was coming, I looked out this morning to see huge, wet flakes of snow. The gras is speckled green and white now.
Message Edited by LizzieAnn on 02-24-200712:55 PM
02-27-2007 01:16 PM
We're back to our normal rain, and the grass is green again. It's going to need mowing soon.
Bite your tongue!
But I fear you're right. Time to get out the John Deere and make sure it's ready for its first foray into the wildness that we call a lawn.
But my wife and daughters won't let me mow the front hill until after the wildflowers have finished blooming, by which time the grass is so high that I can't mow it to its proper length right away or I would kill it, but have to work it down gradually. And since the lawn is on bedrock and dries up into a lovely golden brown as soon as the rains stop, I no sooner get it mowed down than it dies off, not to recover again until the fall rains come.
Ah, life in the Pacific Northwest!
I think, therefore I drive people nuts.
03-20-2007 05:34 PM
03-20-2007 08:15 PM
when it comes to books of Shakespeare all of them are good buyt my fav. is Romeo and julent. their romance is told over and over again through out the times.
You are right, Fireice! By the way, does your handle have anything to do with Robert Frost's poem?
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