Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
We had two days of warm and Wednesday night at 9, you could hear the front come through. Sounded like it raised the roof.
It can't be pure coincidence that I call round just as you open the windows and post great photos of crows, Vicki!
For us, it won't last long. The snow melted just long enough for them to call for another 6+ inches. *sad face*LOVE the colors in your window, though.
How wonderful it was yesterday! I worked very hard not to "over do" with all that I felt like doing
Yesterday was amazing -- in the 70s -- today it is raining and the temperature is dropping with possible snow tonight. But we'll always have yesterday.
Gosh I can't WAIT for the blue skies to find me again! It iced and snowed again here last night. I can honestly say I am sick of winter. I hope the storm blows out before it gets to your area. Have a super day!
Wasn't it wonderful? What a blessed treat after last week's snow. Rain this morning and our currently temperature will be our high as the cold air comes back. But I will remember the promise from the marvelous warm day.
yesterday was great...it was nice and warm...today it is cold and wet...and icy and snowy....
What lovely sneak peek of spring! Hope your tulips survive the icy onslaught and you stay warm and safe!
Vicki, did you actually have weather in the 70s? Wow.The views in your photographs surely do look warmed by sunshine. Nice to see, as we are now getting yet more snow. With temperature about 23 degrees.Cosy indoors, though. xo
Love those photos and the thought of open windows!
We have had beautiful weather here in in South California. Clear and in the mid 70s. Those crows hang out. Must be a family. With all your animals I'm sure they get plenty left overs to eat.
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