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Friday, April 06, 2007

April Snow Showers

It was in the 80'sF on Wednesday, then yesterday arrived with snow. Good thing I mulched all my tender plants when it was warm.


My poor bushes, they were trying to bloom
I wonder if I could just shatter the grass instead of waiting it to thaw before mowing?
My first snowman of the year. The snow fall we had this year hasn't been snowmanable.

The boys and I ran out and made this fellow. We even gave him a heart.

Snow in April, though not unexpected, is a rarity here. We got almost 2" of it sticking.

A long long long long time ago, before the rain, before the snow. . . Cheryl from Free Range Living tagged me. She wanted to have a look inside of my fridge. Now that I have found a crucial camera element, now she can!

Also, some of you have asked about different types of kitchen herbs, I am trying to post the different types, and their uses {as well as some recipes that include them} over on my other blog Naturally Food. Keep an eye out on my side bar to see if the herb you want to know about pops up. If there is one that you want to know more about, let me know, please.

10 comments:

Cheryl said...

It sounds like you're getting one last (hopefully) winter blast. I hope your plants get through it okay.
Thanks for doing the fridge thing, I'd completely forgotten about it!

kansas crochet mom said...

dont you just hate this snow!!

Stephanie said...

yuck!
We had a drastic temp change too, but no snow thankfully!

maggie said...

Now we get some warm and cold shifts but never that drastic. Stay healthy!!!

alrescate said...

I suppose the snow knocked down the pollen count at least...

Bug said...

Burrrrr! It's around 90 here today so I'm sending some sunshine your way!! *hugs* Stay warm!

BurdockBoy said...

Wow the snow made it that far south. It feels like winter all over again here-lows around 10 last night.

As for the fridge-you folks must go through a lot of milk :)

wishing you a quick return to spring.

Donna said...

I'm watching to see how much all these nightly hard freezes are going to damage our alfalfa.

Carla said...

I hope you get a bit of warmth soon, although your snowmen look very welcoming. We had lovely warm weather this weekend and it's definitely starting to feel like spring.

Wendy said...

We had over a foot here in the northeast - heavy, wet. We lost power for two days. That was one doozy of a storm, for sure. What an adventure, eh?

Luckily, for us, not much was blooming, yet. Spring has been teasing us, but every time we think she's making an appearance, we get more snow ;).

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