I did have a moment this morning when I first looked at our thermometer and thought it was giving a faulty reading. Twenty-eight degrees! ABOVE zero. Wahoo, we haven't seen it that warm since . . . since . . . since I can't remember when.
How-EV-vah, with a forecast for a wintry mix today with freezing rain, snow and sleet, it's hard to get too, too excited. We may hit 31°, so say the predictors of all things weather-ish. And Sunday and Monday it could get a couple of degrees above freezing! (Then back down into the twenties, but anything above a below zero reading now is balmy and time to peel off the long johns.)
See my pumpkin patch? No?
It's right other side of that 6'+ tall pile of snow,
I promise you it really is.
Only 1/2" of snow so far this month. March is traditionally our snowiest month, but perhaps that isn't going to be the case this year. Which would be fine with us. Truly.
This shot was taken out of one of my
kitchen windows this morning.
That's a snowbank up against the house
with three maple tree branches
sticking out of it.