Monday, April 18, 2011

Seriously? *sigh* 2-4 inches predicted, I'm feeling all blue and then I turn on the news and see what my friends down south have gone through with the devastation brought on by tornados.  What a baby I am. I'll take the snow, thank you.  Praying for everyone affected by the destruction in the south.  Praying and hoping all my friends are ok.

21 comments:

  1. poor little daffy covered in snow -- but it will melt even if there is more and those spring flowers are so hardy and sturdy and determined! None of mine are up yet, just shoots.

    Your sentiments are mine exactly -- so much destruction in the southern US and Japan has had it's share of troubles -- a little snow and cold is nothing at all in the larger picture of life.

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  2. The wind was fierce!! We missed the tornadoes and my heart breaks for those who lost loved ones and property.
    Have a super day!!
    love, Trish

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  3. Hey Kathy,

    Your little daff looks so sad ;-<

    We had horrific wind, rain and lightning, but thankfully no losses and no power outages.
    All is well now.

    janet xox

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  4. Wow I can see every little crystal on that bloom! Amazing.
    It is sunny and balmy here today. The grass is green and I'm going to light the grill soon. Come down, my Kathy!

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  5. well those are some pretty rain flakes! ;) lol It will go away soon, mom.

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  6. Crazy weather all over the U.S. this year. Keeps reminding us Who is in control!

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  7. I am sorry you have snow again Kathy....but it makes for a beautiful picture!

    I emailed you, we are fine here and so is our family. They were lucky because they live in Raleigh...
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  8. We are all praying hard here for rain, snow...any moisture at all. We have so many fires burning around West Texas...and now we are heading into tornado season. We saw the smoke and could smell the fire burning about 45 minutes from Lubbock. Scared me so bad, I put the water on our yard....goofy!
    I am praying for all the folks caught up in the awful tornadoes...
    xo bj

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  9. What a beautiful capture, snow on daffodils...I know there is a poem there somewhere.

    My sister lives in Pinehurst North Carolina. She and her husband were in Lowe's and just after they left the store was flattened by the Tornado. It skipped over her town, thank God. But left splinters in the towns that surround hers.

    I have never experienced a Tornado. Well snow is discouraging when we want Spring, but it arrives nice and quiet this time of year.

    Karen

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  10. Love the new header!!

    Janet xox

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  11. Hey, Kathy girl..I am bragging about the wonderful package I received from you on my post today..come on over..:)))

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  12. i hope your day gets brighter!put some wood in the fireplace and light it up. bake some bread too! yum.
    blessings,
    aimee

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  13. Hi Kathy
    Just stopping by to say hello. I notice that you have One Thousand Gifts as one of your recommended books. I am reading it through for the second time and loving it.
    What a cute mug mat you gave to BJ at Sweet Nothings. You make the prettiest things!
    Hugs, Rhondi

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  14. Flowers are pretty and the snow well like the song goes " The suns going to come out tomorrow....

    Erika

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  15. Daffodils are my favorite flower. This is a beautiful shot of one--Resilient and vibrant.

    Spring is coming to stay--Hang in there. :)

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  16. I KNOW!!!!!!
    I planted tulips last fall in pots and put them in the Garage to winter....Found them the other day about 8 inches tall and put them in the backyard on the wagon for spring....they look like that daffy of yours now...confused!
    Happy Easter girlfriend!
    xoxo~Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings...

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  17. Just stopping by to wish you and your family a beautiful and Happy Easter.

    Everything is gorgeous here, as always!


    Love,
    Kim

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  18. Yes, we can usually find others who are in situations much worse than ours.

    Love your little snow-y daffodil.
    ~Adrienne~

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