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wanted: spring

Posted by carrie751 z7/8 TX (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 9, 11 at 14:57

Would like to trade this miserable weather for some sunshine and warmth.............any takers???


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We are one day closer to warmer weather and spring showers, hang in there.


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Doesn't feel like it today ..............LOL>


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Well, not too long ago I would have traded to get rain! But now we've had over two inches of that lately. And you wouldn't want the temps we have had this winter anyway!


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Not if they are colder tham mine, Linda, I am DEFINITELY looking for warmer weather.


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I love this weather because I know it won't be here for long. I love to go out and chop a tree down in the fog. I always do some1 forestry clearing, this time of year.


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I am still looking for Spring...............


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Here you go, Carrie! It won't be long.
Jim


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Oh, Jim, this certainly brightened my otherwise cold, non-Spring day. Thanks !! Just beautiful as always!!!


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I know Spring will get here eventually! BUT...do I still live in southcentral Texas? Or have I somehow moved to Oklahoma or somewhere and just didn't notice it? The new front is coming in...


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Hey , I will trade you some winter for some spring.


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I have some Spring here, (I ordered it back in December, and it was finally delivered) but I don't want any cold weather in return. How about I'll share my nice weather in exchange for a few hummingbirds?


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