Tuesday, March 15, 2011

This was my weekend....



And how was YOUR weekend? I don't know about you, but I'm ready to start seeing GREEN again!

29 comments:

Mildred said...

Shelley - I can't believe more snow. We are seeing lots of blooms and the grass is greening up here. I know we'll have lots more cold temps, but it is a nice change to see a little color and to dream of Spring. Hugs to you and Scout!

Daisy said...

Shelley, the snow missed us this last time around, and we just got rain instead. I'm glad for that. Like you, I am ready to see some green. We will get rid of the rest of our snow here by tomorrow, I think. The temperatures are supposed to be a little warmer. I hope spring comes soon for you too! :)

George said...

I hate to say this, but we had a gorgeous weekend. Your picture of the snow is beautiful, but I don't want to see any more in real life. I hope you're seeing green soon.

Debbie said...

Things are wet here! We have been watching the water rise across the road. (Hoping it stays there) Tonight its suppose to get down to 33 degrees and hit 65 tomorrow! It can't make up its mind.

I hope it warms up soon!
*hugs*

Debbie

Rose Haven said...

Me to!!

Thanks for stopping by. Hopefully I won't be away too long. Just too much happening with Tom being forced to retire and a HUGE cut in the amount of income coming in. Besides that, he's been doing and saying some odd things...maybe it's time for another visit to the Doctor...and maybe they'll listen to me this time. (they haven't in the past - his mom had alzheimer's early on)

Jan

basketsnprims said...

Hi, Shelley ~ well it's finally warming up here, it's been around 50 the last two days. Hopefully we'll be seeing some green by April.
hugs,
pam

grammy said...

Looks like great weather to play a game and have hot chocolate (o:
I see lots of green ... like tulips that are coming up...to get snowed on (o:

Jane's In The Jungle said...

Ok there is so much green here I'll
share for some of your white!!!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

This past weekend in NC we had 70 degree temps. Today it was raining and in the 50's.

I remember growing up in Mich and waiting for spring. If memory serves me right, by Easter, the forsythia was blooming and we wore spring dresses...
xo
Penny

Busy Bee Suz said...

Oh...you don't want to know about my weekend, you'll be mad at me.
Perhaps a winter home in Florida for you????

Judy said...

We're having some warmer weather...If you can call high 30's low 40's warm. Snow still on the ground but the sap is running, so spring is on it's way.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh My Gosh, Shelley... I didn't have any idea that you all were still getting snow.. We have had such a mild month that it's hard for me to think about others not having the same weather....

Think you all need to move to TN.... BUT--then again, who would EVER want to leave that gorgeous log cabin????

Take care my friend.
Hugs,
Betsy

J said...

Hi Shelley, We don't have the snow like you do, but it's still a little too cold for me. Today was sunny and bright which makes us all feel a little bit better, like maybe Spring is coming soon!

Darla said...

Okay, this isn't funny at all! Seriously, it's still snowing?

Rural Rambler said...

Shelley it is beautiful at your place but it has worn out its welcome here! Ours melted and it is sunny and going to be 60 today!

Frank said...

Hi Shelley. A mixture of sunny periods and rain plus overcast days and the grass is growing. I don't envy you at the moment with all that snow. Stay positive ... Spring will arrive .. eventually.

~ Amy Elisabeth Photography ~ said...

I know! Me too! I think we saw the last of that white stuff for awhile. It is 50 degrees out right now and the sun is a shining! Feels wonderful.

April said...

Oh, my goodness, Shelley...that makes me SO COLD!!! It's been in the upper 70's here and I'm lovin' it!

Sandy@American Way Farm said...

Yup, ready for spring. But that's a long way off still, except in my greenhouse.

Cottage Touch said...

that was pretty much our weekend too, but i was amazed at how gorgeous everything was. i was up early and poured some coffee, sat in the living room looking outside and was amazed at how beautiful and peaceful everything looked like outside. This was the day after what happened in Japan, i was very grateful that morning for what we DO have.

The Path Traveled said...

My day was beautiful here in Minden, Louisiana. 82 degrees...My husband and I dreamed for years to build a log home. It never happened but the dream is still there. We do have a bunk house thou.
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Just a little something from Judy said...

Shelley, It looks beautiful! All of our snow had disappeared and slowly tiny bits of green are appearing whether I am ready for it or not. I do look forward to your Spring pictures from the cabin and Summer, Fall, and Winter...love your photography!

Glacier Dreaming said...

And we are having 90 degree weather here in AZ already. Soon we';; be miserable with heat and you'll be enjoying the beauty of a WI summer. Thanks for sharing the snowy photo.

Debbie said...

Oh, my! I haven't seen snow for a few weeks, but it could come again!
I have a tulips and other flowers starting to show their faces! The snow picture is pretty; but I am ready for Spring!

Blessings to you,
Debbie S.

The Retired One said...

We still have snow in Michigamme in our yard and our lake is frozen solid. Sigh.

Powell River Books said...

Beautiful, but enough is enough. Our weather is starting to feel like the spring that it is. Cool, but interspersed with bouts of sun. - Margy

Dar said...

Ditto...all the fresh snow may look all clean and pretty, but come on already~~~~soon, we can hope, soon!
BlessYourHeart

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

I love your cabin and your blog. You did a great job on the stairs! Very impressed.

WayOutWest said...

Wow! The snow reminds me of the place we stayed two winters ago. At the end of two miles of dirt, two track road, there was our little trailer. My husband buried our truck mid-door deep in the snow and almost hit the propane tank! LOL

But the scenery was amazing...