Art - Impressions - Observations
That's a great picture! I'm glad 'summer' finally came back to Miami....And I bet you are, too!Thanks you so much Holland, for your sweet words about Betty....I dearly appreciate them, my dear.
I don't know how I ever lived in the Midwest with all of that snow.We had snow and hail here this week, and today it's sunny and 50...go figure.I need to come visit you and Lulu in Miami!
Supposedly this photo was taken near the Oklahoma/Arkansas border. This is the amount of snow we were buried under. My hope, when I saw that photo, was that whoever took the picture helped get the deer out of there. I have to believe they did. This was a record snowfall for Oklahoma and I hope it will be a good while before we see one like this again. If we get another, I'll be on my way to visit you:)
Aw, those poor, dear deer. Throw 'em a bushel of nuts. I'm with Granny--enough is enough. Fortunately, the last three days have been warm enough to melt 8 - 10 inches of snow, but parking lots are still piled high with what the snow plows plowed. Snow predicted here for today and tomorrow. Ugh.
Naomi: Summer never really left Miami, nor me. RK: 50 is a good start...lolAnnie: I honestly do not know where the picture was taken, but for sure it was not in FL. Here it is... well best to describe it with a famous movie quote: Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.. nor in Oklahoma, nor Arkansas, nor Washington, nor Montana, nor.... oh well ...lolPaul: Seriously, more snow? I only dared to tease you guys with the weather because I thought the snow was done by now... Guess I have to try again in a few weeks...lol
Don't talk to me about this!! It just snowed today!
Ricardo: snow? uuhhmmm seriously? (and now I spontaneously burst out in laughter)... sorry (drying my eyes) really... I am sorry for you...lol
That is awesome diversity. :)
Loved that deer picture. :-D
Talha: Diversity is food for lifeAsma: Yes I totally agree with you.
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