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No More Snow - I want to walk outside!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

It snowed again yesterday - I shoveled it and played with my grandson in it, now I'd like to be rid of it. Is that too much to ask for spring? Maybe, but I still want it.
When I can walk outside easily - breathing isn't as much of a problem if it's warmer. I feel better and have no reason not to walk. Guess I don't have one anyway there are other forms of exercise - but doggone it - I want o walk outside with the green around me.

Whining doesn't get me anywhere I guess so I'm over it now. I will look at the white stuff and say oh goodie we need this to make the Great Lakes nicer - we do but I'm still wishing the snow was green.

Everyone enjoy the day wherever you are and be thankful that we can enjoy it. I am!

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    Spring is on its way...the crocuses and the daffodils are up and blooming. They look so springy. The birds are chirping in the early mornings. I don't want any more snow either...Christmas will be soon enough for me although we usually do get one more snow at Easter. Hope your snow is soon a thing of the past also.
    2914 days ago
  • CHRYS13
    oh....I hear you! We had 10.5 inches of new snow on Wednesday, and it has been cold since. No melting here! Come one can do this!
    2915 days ago
  • JESS0107
    I would love to send warmer weather so you can get outside. Maybe it won't be too much longer. Enjoy your day as well! emoticon
    2917 days ago
    I'll whine also! We are getting some slushy snow tomorrow! I was wearing flip flops and capri pants yesterday!
    2917 days ago
    emoticon emoticon Think Spring! It's coming!
    2917 days ago
    I went outside a couple of times keeps snowing!!!! emoticon
    2917 days ago
    I totally is time for the robins to find their worms and build their nests!

    2917 days ago
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