Musings by Sue
Great pictures of dry branches against clear skies. My friend says there was snow in Dallas a few weeks back! No Snow where I live though.
Yes. We are 90 miles west of Dallas. We have had snow and ice three times this winter with many days below freezing. I could not find your blog, so I would not respond there. Where do you live?
That looks really cold and wintery, I'm shivering just looking at it. All the best Gordon.
Pretty sky, Sue. Ours looks like that some days but today we have some scattered white puffy clouds slowly drifting northward...
Oh I agree totally Sue. it's the same here in winter in Perth, those clear blue winter skies are the best, the difference I guess is that here it never gets below zero, probably the lowest I ever remember is about 3C, not bad for the middle of winter.. I wish it was winter now, 37C here today phew!
I just was writing to a friend about looking at the branches of the trees against the low, grey skies all winter. So good to see some sun shining on them now - though it is 20 degrees and we are expecting snow in two days! Best to you!Loretta
We are expecting more snow tomorrow ~ sigh.I am sure that drought weather can't be good though.
Too much winter, Sue. I am so over it. I finally started your book. Hmmmm, so far, so good! I chuckled at that part of him running out to the woodpile naked in the cold. xo
That sky wasn't particularly cold, but now we have clouds and the winter storm is coming once again. It was 84˚F today...tomorrow will be 30˚F. Thanks, Loretta, Jim, and all! Cold weather is ok with me BUT we need moisture with it, Willow! Glad you're enjoying my new book, Judie!
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