Wednesday, March 26, 2014

No Comment










20 comments:

richard said...

no comment needed. photos say it quite well...

katy gilmore said...

Oh no!!

Ms. A said...

Uh oh... looks like you got it again!

Jean Baardsen said...

Too depressing for words.... :o)

June said...

How long, O Lord?
How long?

Brian Miller said...

heh. yeah we got 5 inches yesterday....our flowers that just popped up....are buried...ready for it to be done....

Pat in east TN said...

Woke up to snow here with more throughout the day and into the evening. One thing about a March snow is it doesn't last long, but it's just so darn depressing!

Suz said...

snicker
..I just couldn't help it
we had snow again yesterday morning..and it was cold
and we still haven't seen a daffodil

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Spring ought to have a different name, maybe "tease" or yo-yo.

Frances said...

Bizarro sights round your area Vicki. We got lucky this time, and the snow passed us by.

xo

Lise said...

My lone daffodil looks like the one smothered in snow. I hope they live through this...

NCmountainwoman said...

I didn't have any comment (at least not one to publish) until the afternoon when almost all our snow was gone. If you have to have snow, that is the kind to have.

Jim Egerton said...

The law of opposites. Out on the left coast we got no rain no snow no nothing wet. Misted yesterday for a while and that was it. Need some high sierra snow pack of 15 feet or more.

Vicki Lane said...

What June said. But it's melting fast -- these pics were from yesterday. I can't tell yet how badly various plants were zapped -- the blooms on the star magnolia are probably turning brown as I type this.

Gwen said...

Here on the coast of Virginia, it started as rain but turned to snow. While not much ended up sticking, it is still bizarre to see Bradford Pear trees and Tulip trees in bloom in the middle of a snow storm!

Darla said...

Uh-oh. Especially quick on the heels of that gorgeous "sunny spring" post!

Star said...

Beautiful photos and can you believe it Vicki, we have had no snow whatever so far this winter! While I was looking at yours I was thinking 'brrrr'.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

How the snow season does go on in your parts -- the first photo seems to be the snow saying to the daff "in your face." -- barbara

Thérèse said...

Oh no! I love the first picture very much.

Merisi said...

Oh no! :-(