Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Remember When (Flashback to Summer)

Remember when...

The kids could dance outside without coats and fear of frostbite.


You could have picnics outside...





You stepped outside and saw nothing but color (rather than the colors of snow and dirty snow).

It will be here again.

Only 45 more days until spring (give or take a day or two due to my lousy math skills).

...And soon we'll be complaining about the heatwaves that are coming through our hometowns keeping us indoors.


...And how we can't wait to send the kids back to school.


May Punxsutawney Phil seeing his shadow today be the harbinger of an early spring.

9 comments:

Mrs.Mayhem said...

Right about now winter does feels as though it's been dragging on forever!

Ms Bibi said...

Isn't that the vicious circle? I do miss warmer days, but not to warm,lol

Liz said...

You are SUCH a tease! On a day where so much of the country is covered in snow, and the southern states freezing with 20 degree weather!

:)

Lourie said...

I hope you don't get slammed too hard. Stay warm and crank up the heat.

parenting ad absurdum said...

Oh my gosh - those photos make me so sad and happy at the same time...!

Joy@TPMG said...

This winter has been crazy! I can't wait until spring. These pictures gave me hope that it will get here eventually! The storm seems to be over here and after two days of being holed up in the house, we are ready to venture out tomorrow!

Flying Giggles and Lollipops said...

The seasons do fly by. We are already seeing signs of spring. I am noticing the Cherry Blossoms blooming everywhere around our city.

Don't worry, it will be there soon!

julie said...

Isn't that the truth? I think that has to be why my favorite seasons are spring and fall. I'm all about moderation, especially when it comes to weather!

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today and leave such a sweet comment. I hope you enjoy the rest of your week!

Emmy said...

Lol! So true. The grass is always greener on the other side... well unless you live in SoCal, then it's always green ;P

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