Saturday, March 21, 2015

I Have to Ask One More Time, Will It Ever Stop Snowing?

If you are anywhere in the US Northeast then you are in my snow-globe world. Someone keeps picking it up and shaking it. What's a girl to do on yet one more snowy day? Pull out my beads and wait for the snow to stop long enough for me to break out the shovel at get to it (again). 

You see we will need to shovel today because it will turn to rain at some point later in the day. And since there is roughly a new 12 inches of snow (yes there really is since it has been snowing for 24 hours) all the rain will do it turn it to slush. 

And here is the fun part. By Sunday the temperature will drop below freezing until Weds which means a whole new layer of ice out there to slip on as I navigate the front walk and driveway each day to get on my way to work. 

And so I ask one more time, will it ever stop snowing? Because from where I stand in the snow globe it does not appear to be anytime soon. I might sound just a tad crabby about all this because I am. If any of you see the guy that is shaking my snow globe can you ask him to put it the _!#@%__ down already.

12 comments:

Karen Williams said...

Ouch! I always think I love snow, but I know that's simply because it is rare enough here to be a treat, rather than a burden.

Stay safe my friend! Here's hoping spring comes to your neck of the woods sooner rather than later.

Patti Vanderbloemen said...

:( This has been such a slow start to Spring....We only had a light dusting here in Northern Virginia yesterday and it turned to rain, which turned my sloppy wet yard to mud. I know in 3 months I will be moaning about the intense heat (we usually jump right from Winter to Summer here), but your metaphor of being in a snow globe is spot on....

PS: LOVE the earrings! :)

Miss Val's Creations said...

I know how you feel! We finally started getting a break in the Boston area a few weeks ago and only got a dusting overnight. It has been a very, very long winter. Hang in there! Your new earrings are gorgeous.

Christine Altmiller said...

I don't wanna talk about it :-(

Beautiful Earrings, by the way!!!

Jacquelineand.... said...

I'd say that, since it inspires you to create such beautiful earrings, snow can't be all bad.

I'd say it, but it would be a lie so I can't. Hope it's all over SOON!

Memories for Life said...

Oh No! I hate hearing this! I was hoping Spring had found its way to you finally!
At least you're using your time wisely to make new beauties :)

If I find this guy...I'll smack the crap out of him for ya :)

KJ said...

So glad I moved south, even if I still get winter and snow, just not so much.

Claudia Aguilar said...

Oh I wish some sunny days upon your corner of the world soon! I won't even tell you our weather today...

Maryanne said...

I'm with Christine! I don't want to talk about it. It's spring now and I'm sticking to it even if I still have to get bundled up to go out!! Even though we only got a dusting the other day, it was still snowing big flakes on the first day of spring. So, I'm not talking about it!!

Therese's Treasures said...

Hi Cynthia,
Beautiful earrings! I hope the crappie weather is over for y'all soon.
Therese

BeadedTail said...

We've yet to see one snowflake! :) Your earrings are beautiful by the way!

Cindy said...

Such pretty earrings - a nice diversion from thoughts of snow! I hope it warms up for you soon. When we were in CT and ME 2 weeks ago, I couldn't believe all the snow piled up everywhere - the entire trip from NY on up!

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