Friday, April 18, 2008

No, no, NO

Well I guess the scarf I'm knitting will come in handy this year after all, but this weather is doing nothing for my clematis!



Yesterday was a beautiful summer day and this morning we wake up to this:



Along with the wind chimes you can see the humming bird feeder, everything covered in snow.


On the bright side I'm sure glad I didn't plant anything for the garden outside yet, whew that was close :)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Kansas
I thought of you this morning when we woke up to a blizzard here...I hope all is well with your clematis..Pat

TadMack said...

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!
I swear, we're all being held captive by the White Witch... this is RIDICULOUS. Today we have 35 mph winds and slashing rain/sleet.

Definitely a good thing that no plants have left the building...!

jackie said...

I can't believe that I am saying this to you .....but.....today's high was 21. I feel(for the first time in months) that I am living on the right side of the country.

(I hope that I don't get burned (by mother nature) for that comment)

DaviMack said...

You got some fabulous pictures, though!

wendy said...

Ok, blame me!! I admit I caused this. I planted 1 of my four trays of seedlings early last week. I should have waited! auuuughhh!

Kansas A said...

Okay Wendy it's all your fault! LOL I guess I didn't help by planting my clematis or mentioning our "summer-like" weather the day before :)

Kansas A said...

Hi Tadmack, yup we're officially back to winter here again. The temp has dropped below zero and I had to take down my frozen hummingbird feeder this morning.

DaviMack said...

The frozen hummingbird feeder ... is actually really depressing. It's not just a bit of snow, then, is it? I wonder what that means for us....

dawn said...

Definitely crazy here too. Thursday, t-shirt weather, Friday, winter coat, today 3 inches of snow and counting. It is suppose to be like this all week, snow stopping on Wednesday but it is suppose to go down to -17˚C on Thursday night. Today I am transplanting and starting more plants. At least my hands will be in the dirt.

Anonymous said...

No More Please.

Anonymous said...

We had this kind of a snow fall here in 1962 on the long easter weekend in April...ab