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Eek! My seedlings are inside on the kitchen window where they tend to expire from the excessive heat......there, now you feel a lot better.Cheers
Eeek is right, Tuttut,It looked like snow up here in NYC, but so far nothing has fallen out of the sky (yet).See you later in Tweetsville!PSGreat photos!!!Wah.I want a cat.
a fire right now would be heaven! a crossword and a cup of milky, sweet tea would put me to nap! sigh. i've work to do ...lucky cat.xxxrdm
Sendng much sympathy for your seedlings :(Kitty, though, has the right idea.
Just when you thought it was safe to get back in your flip flops. Yikes, snow! It's cool here today too. Record high yesterday, record low tonite. Weird.
Oh, Tuttut, your poor plants. I was going to post about our few flakes, but think I'll let your blog speak for April snow.
Wow, your snow actually stuck to something. Your tux kitty needs to try some of the new Japanese number puzzles. Clearly crosswords bore him.
The Long Winter indeed.
Oh dang. I hate when that happens. Maybe all is not lost?
Oh merde.Sorry about your seedlings.
Oh No! Maybe they'll keep warm under their blanket . . wishful thinking? Praps!
Obviously that's not the NY Times crossword puzzle; Soul would be far too busy busting her?/his? brain over the clues to fall asleep!Your seedlings should survive. Many sprouts of Spring plants seem to carry some sort of genetic code that says "Don't Panic!" when covered.
Oh no! Snow! Maybe they're warm under their blanket? Perhaps not.
God, snow! Ow .. that looks painful. Spring is really breaking here and I fully understand how you are hungering for that green...
Rush them inside and put them by the heater!
It's cold here but at least it isn't snowing. Yikes!
Maybe you shouldn't listen to Kurt's advice... ??it was supposed to sleet here, but nothing happened. (yet.) Soul is so attractive-- makes me want to go give somebody who looks like Soul a belly rub. (oh wait, everyone here looks like Soul)
That's a surprise, after seeing all your springlike photos of the seedlings up till now! What a lovely cat's life it is... :)
This is kind of weird, and sad since I thought it was way warmer where you are (micro climates on the ridges too) than where I am. I figured you must be at a higher elevation where things can be tricky, but then mother nature is always unpredictable.
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