Yes, we really got all this snow overnight and, at two in the afternoon on March 17th, it still hasn’t stopped.
I never would have thought, when I moved to Virginia (it is, technically, the south, after all) that I would have more occasion to use cross-country skis than my bicycle. Go figure! I’ll just keep waiting for spring. Meanwhile, has anyone got some snowshoes I can borrow?
- A little something official about our wacky weather: Winter storm blasts U.S. mid-Atlantic days before spring (trust.org)
- What a fellow expat-returned (to England, in her case) is doing to get ready for spring on the Other Side of the Pond: Spring Has Sprung…I Hope! (putthekettleonblog.wordpress.com)
- And an transplanted English gardener’s opinion on what our snowfall will do to the early blooms: Tommie crocus shocked by a St Patrick’s Day snow (beforeyougarden.com)
Will our crocuses hang in there? I’m crossing my fingers! In the meantime, with the fireplace lit and the prospect of a cup of hot chocolate, it’s beginning to feel a lot more like Christmas than St. Paddy’s Day.
Wishing you all good cheer and some Irish luck!
Until next time,
Thanks for linking to my blog! I hope it stops snowing there soon and you get to enjoy some sun! It’s definitely about time!!
It certainly is! Here’s wishing you a warm and sunny spring… I know that’s a tall order in England, but still 🙂