Monday, January 4, 2016

WE CAN WISH CAN'T WE?

The Mistress can't help wonder if we will ever get any snow and cold this winter. I am ready for at least one good snow storm. So I thought I'd tempt fate and dare Mother Nature with some inspiration to get off her keister. How can one argue with a lovely, snowy marshmallow world?
 
Happy Monday Everyone!!

16 comments:

  1. I'm getting a chill just looking at the pictures, though that could be because, down here in Smallville, after our December Springtime, we have finally hit the 30s in January.

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    1. It has finally got cold here today..currently about 15 degrees. I knew this would light a fire under Mother Natures ass.

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  2. I swear it's been cold enough here to snow...but now is warming again and it's raining, if you can call a bit of a drizzle "rain."
    Happy Monday, Mistress!

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  3. snowy here in SE-WA. Loves the pictures. Loves the deer eating the carrot nose :-)

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    1. I do too. I saw it and knew I had to include it.

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  4. that fox pix looks like the dude in my back yard. it's damn cold out there; make sure your willy warmer is snug!

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    1. No willy warmer here...I have yet to be fitted for one.

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  5. Have you been outside today???? How much colder fo you want it????

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  6. I agree Mistress! Bring on the snow! It gives a good excuse to cuddle up and stay warm with the houseboys. ;)

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  7. Dreamy... Oh my gosh, those photos are just too beautiful. Dying over here!! ^_^

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  8. We have daffodils and snowdrops flowering next to salvias and pelargoniums here. Mad weather, but I don't mind it. Mind you, a good frost would at least kill off some of the bloody biting bugs in the extensive gardens here at Dolores Delargo Towers... Jx

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    1. Oh dear! Well after this post, the winds picked up and it has dropped to 15 degrees tonight! The first cold temps we have had. I guess Mother Nature read that post!

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  9. I grew up on the Gulf Coast and never saw snow until I was 18. I'm still very suspicious of it.

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  10. single digit highs here in fargo land sunday & beyond,
    it'll get to you sooner than you think.

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  11. Time to warm those chestnuts of your over an open fire id say

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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