Thursday, March 21, 2013

Welcome Spring!


17 comments:

Joanne Noragon said...

If there were turkeys on the deer backs, then I'd say were were in for another six weeks of winter!

Meggie said...

That is so funny....

Jane and Chris said...

I think that may be my back yard!
Jane x

Teresa Evangeline said...

LOL!!! Exactly! :))

Susan said...

I can always count on your blog to give me a chuckle when I need it most. Hope Spring comes soon...sending you warm hugs, XOXO

The Odd Essay said...

I got an e-mail from a friend in my old hometown in Ohio... they had snow AGAIN yesterday! Maybe not as deep at the deer in your picture, but... enough is enough!!!!

The Owl Wood said...

Ralph! Stop and put the chains on now! And while you're doing that, ask directions...

Mitchell is Moving said...

So glad you can still laugh while trapped inside your snowsuit.

Willow said...

Oh Ms Sparrow too funny that photo sums up New England pretty well too...snow again yesterday ~sigh~ so I tried to make the best of it and got creative with making our tiny terrier a dog sweater ...but you will soon see how that turned out (much to Gabby displeasure ) when you visit the post lol

Bob said...

22 degrees here this morning.
I felt no Spring!

PS Loving the picture.

Knatolee said...

Yep, that's about right!

Bob Bushell said...

Lovely picture.

Manzanita said...

If you really have that much snow, I wish it were in my back yard, I'm afraid we are in for another dust bowl summer.
I like the name, Mz Sparrow.

Kittie Howard said...

The snow in western Virginia is headed out way. But you've had an amazing amount of snow your way. Perhaps a record?

I read your previous post. Sorry about your turkeys and understand why you're perhaps a bit down and worry. But maybe something biological kicked in and they had to move on.

Linda Starr said...

omg I feel sorry for those deer I can't imagine how cold it must be for all the critters, we are having a cold snap too, at least for Florida it is, 68/36.

Haddock said...

Hey that is a tough path for the deers.

Kittie Howard said...

Oh, but I hope you're right. And I so loved your comment on Teresa's post about Cow Slips!

Happy Easter, Ms. Sparrow!