Snow on the Ground. Going … Going …

We’ve had snow on the ground since early December. It looked something like this …

Our street in the middle of January

Our street in the middle of January

But then along came our usual rainy weather and it all started to melt …

I’m melting

I’m melting

(Looks like Rosemary survived fairly unscathed)

I felt like Winter was disappearing before my very eyes

I’m melting ... I’m melting

I’m melting … I’m melting

But then … at 8am this morning …

I’m melt ... whoopsie!!!

I’m melt … whoopsie!!!





In other related news, I have a chitis in my broncs (bronchitis) and I can’t go out and play. There’s nothing sadder for a grownup who loves snow as much as I do.

39 comments on “Snow on the Ground. Going … Going …

  1. Aw, feel better. Hoping there’s plenty of snow around when you’re able to go out and play.

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  2. I had bronchitis for the first time in my life this past month – no fun. My sympathies.

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    • Widdershins says:

      First time I’ve ever used one of those puffer things too … it’s scary how much better I can breathe.


      • Oh? It didn’t do ANYTHING for me; in fact, it made it slightly worse. I don’t know if the steroids did anything, though they made me finish them.

        The thing that seemed to help the most was the antibiotics for the brochitis – but, just as I was getting better (I think), I caught husband’s cold/cough (which he originally thought he got from me), and was out another month. It’s been brutal – first year in a long time. I think the stress of the bad stuff going on isn’t helping. I’m anxious about it, can’t do anything, and every day brings a fresh outrage.

        Am trying to hide an write, as I really can’t DO anything.

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  3. hocuspocus13 says:

    I was about to say it looks like Spring until I saw the last picture ⛄

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  4. A.S. Akkalon says:

    Sorry to hear about your chitis. I hope the snow lasts long enough for you to enjoy.

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  5. Dammit. I hope it doesn’t linger, or return, like the snow

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  6. jenanita01 says:

    I have a feeling that wouldn’t stop me… I would have to step out and feel the cold air on my face and hear the subtle crunch underfoot…

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  7. Sue Vincent says:

    Like Jaye, I wouldn’t be able to resist, chits or not…but then, snow is o rare here these days…
    Feel better soon. Ruddy awful hen you get it in the broncs x

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  8. Hope you are feeling better soon and able to sneak out for some snow love!

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  9. Get well soon so you can enjoy the snow!

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  10. Feeling very sorry for you. Well, I’m saving some sorrow for myself, of course. 🙂

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  11. Lawrences7987 says:

    So jealous! We haven’t had any snow for 2 years now.

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  12. Strange weather this year. We’re supposed to get 15″ tomorrow. Yippee! Sorry you can’t go out and play 😦 Hope you feel better soon.

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  13. Olga Godim says:

    Yeah, at the moment, it looks like winter wonderland in Vancouver too. I thought spring finally arrived, but the yesterday’s snowfall put a spoke in my spring daydreams. It’s melting though.
    Take care of your ‘chitis’. A nasty bugger.

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  14. M.E. Garber says:

    Hope the chitis bugs off so you can play in Return of Snow!

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  15. Bun Karyudo says:

    Sorry to hear about that pesky chitis in your broncs. I agree with you about snow, though! I like it a lot – as long as I’m warm enough and don’t have to go anywhere! 🙂

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