Thursday, March 24, 2016

Garden Thursday - Updated.

Update 6 PM on Thursday - We got rain, then freezing rain, which made the trees purrty. Now we are getting snow. Mum had a slippery ride home, but got here all safe. 
 The chair on the patio, the birdie bath which is now all frozen and snow on top.
 One bit of a tree that broke out of the tree. Not much damage near us from ice and trees, mum said she saw lots in some places on the way home.
 Me, I am enjoying my blanket of white. We will have to see how long it takes to melt! Any guesses? No prizes, just for fun!.


Hello from Virginger. Sheesh, we thought spring was here. Our weather sort of said so, the calendar said so, but the weather peoples say NO!
 Mum came home from day hunting yesterday, just a tiny bit of snow in a few places. Around the base of the tree.
 In the planter out front and below you can sort of see it in the grass. We may get more today, maybe a couple of inches. Mostly a cold, icky rain so far. Mum says it will melt fast.
 So that is all for this week from the garden. Love Virginger.

9 comments:

  1. Oh dear - the weather is all confused, isn't it?

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  2. virginger....sew far....knock on wood....oopz....wrong nay borz door.....sorree bout that dood....sew far we haz rain..... 984 paws crossed it stayz rain ~

    heerz two a ham samich, dino eggz, happee easturr, kinda week oh end !! ►◄►◄►◄►◄

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  3. We're sorry you still have snow. We hope that Spring finally finds its way to you ! Purrs

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  4. I hope spring eventually decides to arrive.

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  5. You know you shouldn't be teased by spring when there's always a chance of snow!

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  6. Mother Nature obviously didn't get the memo that it's spring!

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  7. So pretty but geesh! Stay toasty, friend!

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  8. Wow...um-m-m you know it's the end of March right?
    Hope it thaws out real soon...

    Noodle and crew

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