Today is my birthday. It’s also the 132nd anniversary of the worst blizzard to ever hit the east coast of the United States. Early March is frequently stormy and snowy. Blizzards are not unusual, though typically, snow melts quickly in… Read More ›
Robert Frost, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” from The Poetry of Robert Frost, edited by Edward Connery Lathem. Copyright 1923, © 1969 by Henry Holt and Company, Inc., renewed 1951, by Robert Frost. Reprinted with the permission of Henry Holt… Read More ›
These days, watching television and seeing even the finest meteorologist give a forecast that is everything other than summer would be a lot funnier if it didn’t mean that climate change is hitting this area — New England — harder… Read More ›
After last week’s big snow, my back and front yards looked like a lacy, white wonderland. So, from north-central Connecticut, more pieces of the same huge snowstorm!
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: White We know the big storm is on the way because the news has been full of it. What is funny is that they are talking about huge amounts of snow. Like … nine inches to a… Read More ›
RDP Thursday – TEMPERATURE “Oh, the temperature outside is shocking …” and it really is. Really really cold, though it’s supposed to go up into the 40s over the weekend. I hope so. Because nothing is melting. Photo Garry Armstrong
This morning, after a big snow, my back and front yards looked like a lacy, white wonderland. So, from north central Connecticut, another piece of the same huge snowstorm!
It was bitterly cold and it snowed. Then, it sleeted. Eventually, it rained, but not so much around here. Mostly here, after the sleet blew through, that was pretty much it. The ice and snow lay on the ground and… Read More ›
I’m not afraid of winter. I’ve lived most of my life in areas with serious winters, the most serious of all here where we live. This year, we’ve had the least snow ever recorded for any winter. It isn’t that… Read More ›
Thursday photo prompt: Snowfall #writephoto It had been warm for most of December and the bulk of January. Warm enough to find myself picking ticks off my dogs. In January when I normally don’t have to worry about ticks and fleas… Read More ›
RDP Saturday – White White. I am not white because snow is white and I do not look anything like snow. The whites in my wash are not nearly white enough and anyway, it’s all racist. Everything needs to be neutral… Read More ›
Cee’s B & W Photo Challenge: Anything Hot or Cold It was cold outside, but warm in the teepee. It was delicious being in the teepee with the snow falling outside with a hot fire burning inside, smoke flying through the hole at… Read More ›
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cold Is cold fun? It was okay when I was a kid, though I also remember trying to defrost my frozen feet. They make warm boots a lot better today than they did when I was a… Read More ›
FOWC with Fandango — Impose WordPress was trying to impose Gutenberg on this site. Aside from it being full of bugs (which they are trying to fix, but they should have fixed them before releasing the application!), it’s an excessively complicated… Read More ›