Sunday, April 05, 2009

I Wanna Punch Mother Nature In The Face

A few days ago my friend Sarah wrote a post called, 'i wanna punch the economy in the face.'

She always cracks me up.

Waking up to this, however, does not crack me up.



Are you kidding me? It was 60 degrees 2 days ago.....WTF?



Ummmmmm....



It's April now.



That's quite enough, Mother Nature.

Quite enough.

15 comments:

Mom L said...

But it's so beautiful!!! Much better than than the pollen yellow all over Atlanta! Just don't take the jeep out!!! Love you!

Jennifer said...

Tell me about it! Argh, it is supposed to get down to 20 degrees tomorrow night here...20 degrees..in April!

artis1111 said...

It is sunny here and everything is blooming. I think we are going to have 2 cold days comming up. Kathy

artis1111 said...

It is sunny here and everything is blooming. I think we are going to have 2 cold days comming up. Kathy

Savannah Belle said...

Oh how beautiful!! Wait a minute, I thought you liked snow! Looks like a "winter wonder land". Easy for me to say, when it is a perfect mid 70's day here. However, they are talking about frost one night this week! There goes my garden & beautiful flowers.
Pay attention to Mom L--DO NOT TAKE THAT JEEP OUT!

bigheadedbob said...

That's why they they call it Ioowwwaaaa, we have the same problem in the summer, besides election time, that's why they call it Floidddaaaa

Claire said...

Just give it a couple of days....it's going back up again. Honest!

Lauren said...

wow you got way more than we did! mine didn't stick, but,
the predictions were so dire.
I ran out to HyVee this morning and almost all the bread was gone, which I thought only happened in Louisiana before a snow.

Alix said...

Ouch! THAT hurts. And this isn't even Mother Nature rubbing her sore nose.

Sorry you have to put up with more white stuff. My friends in Binghamton said they had flurries on Saturday. April flurries. Brings back memories.

But hey - YOU are the one who voluntarily moved to Idaho. And now I hear Mom L is packing up to join you. Are you people nuts? How about you just come here instead. Nancy can show you around Gainesville and I'll show you Jacksonville. No snow here.

Deal?

Alix said...

Iowa. Excuse me.

(Iowa, Idaho, what's the difference besides corn and potatoes?)

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

our local weatherman says that snowy mess is heading our way today and tomorrow.

PS - don't you get out and drive.

Joyce said...

Indiana had that stuff this morning and supposed to have more tomorrow. I commisserate with you, my fellow transplants!

Love,
Joyce

Mom L said...

Awwwww, all we have is cold air and lots of wind today.

Alix - your mixup with Idaho/Iowa reminds me of my answer to Diane when she complained in high school that I got some of her friends' names confused. "S" seemed to be big then - Sharons and Susans and Sandras, etc. She had a bunch of them. I usually got at least the first letter right, so I just shrugged and said, "At least it started with an 'S' !"

Lee of MWOB said...

Wow - looks kinda beautiful to me.....but then again I have not seen snow in over a year so what the hell do I know??

Anonymous said...

snowing today in athens. just flurries but sign of the apocalypse nonetheless...

thanks for the linkage!