Saying goodbye

This has been a brutal winter.  The coldest and snowiest since I’ve lived up here.  But, this week the temperatures are rising.  It might hit sixty degrees they say.  It’s time to say goodbye to the snow, for now. I am sure this momentary heat wave will fade and the cold and snow will creep back in.

Is it me you are looking for?

Is it me you are looking for?

Somebody’s watching me.

I’m blue, da ba dee.

Unbreak my heart.

Why oh why can’t I?

Beauty school dropout.

Who you gonna call?

37 responses to “Saying goodbye

  1. Love your captions! Yes, the winter has been brutal in Missouri, too. There have been days I considered myself a candidate for the loony bin. The snow and ice are starting to melt over here. You’re blog’s exceptionally nice today. Thanks.

    • Yes, yes, yes. The loony bin. You and I can be admitted together. I think I became unemployed at the worst time. It was below zero and I was stuck at home. 🙂

  2. In my garden already the snowdrops bloom.
    In the region of Middle Franconia, the state of Bavaria, Germany, there was no winter this year. Almost no snow, temperatures around the freezing point. Last weekend, temperatures were at 10 degrees.
    But the news was reported on the snow chaos in some states in the United States. Hope it is better soon. But I think you will have a fantastic spring after this harsh winter. (translated by Google 🙂 )

    Very nice, partly melancholy images.

  3. We reached 65F here in Kansas City today. Most of the remaining foot+ of snow has melted. I’m so done with winter, but I hear the snow is supposed to start back up this coming weekend…

  4. I can’t even imagine having that much snow on the ground, and while I hate snow you make it seem wonderful and magical. Your photos are truly inspiring.

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