I'm tired of no snow

I am. I like snow. I want snow. Almost every time it's snowed in the past few years, I've been out of town, watching on TV, cursing my luck to be anywhere else but smack dab in the middle of a blizzard. This year I've been home at the right times, and there's been NO SNOW. (- Ok, there was about 2 days of a little bit of snow when I was flat on my back with the flu. Even with the flu I considered going out, but my lungs had other plans!)

I'm giving up on snow. It's late. We're almost at mid February. I know there could be snow as late as March, but I'll be away again soon, and all extended forecasts show NO SNOW on the horizon. Maybe it'll come while I'm away. Maybe it'll snow when I get back. THAT'S TOO FAR AWAY!

I like my current "Snow" blog template, but given the circumstances it feels off. I'm not eager for spring or summer, or for winter to be over. But if winter isn't even coming, then the whole "snow" thing seems out of sync. Every time I come here I think "Snow? There IS NO SNOW! :P " I feel like a kid waiting in a snowsuit in 60 degree weather.

I think I may switch back to my default Pink template. -Because it's more neutral for me and less emotionally charged! I could pretend it's pink for Valentine's Day and maybe add a heart or two, but the real reason will be because it's not snowing, there's been no snow, it's not going to snow, and I'm moving on! :P


Edit: And done! Credits at the very bottom of the blog (where they always are.)


Judy said...

I wish I could send you some snow, but we don't have any either. The snow miser is making the rounds :(

Stella said...

Happy Valentine's Day, hope you get some snow soon!

Noisy Quiet said...

Happy Valentine's Day to you too!

Masked Mom said...

We've been relatively snowless this year, too. I'm not diggin' it. At all.

Noisy Quiet said...

Right?? I read a weather report the other day that hinted at snow, then added "I know I know, you won't believe it 'till you actually see it!" - So I guess it's not just us missing it!

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