Addendum to “Ignore the Snow”

Rant: The “ignore the snow” tactic isn’t working.
Yes, I’m getting a little boring on the subject of snow.
That’s because all this snow has become more than a little boring.

A Photo of the Season We Ohioans Loosely Refer to as "Spring"

A Photo of the Season We Ohioans Loosely Refer to as “Spring”

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"Taking care not to take love too seriously." Writer of smart, fresh, contemporary romance and women's fiction. Blogging about writing, reading, and more recently, dealing with the ins and outs of breast cancer.
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4 Responses to Addendum to “Ignore the Snow”

  1. I wish I could like this multiple times. I live at the beach in the Mid-Atlantic region. It rarely snows, except this year it snowed all the time, and a lot each time. I hate snow now.

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  2. kymlucas says:

    I know exactly how you feel. We are used to a lot of snow here, but this year has been like the winters I remember from my childhood — never seeing the ground beneath the blanket of white. Last night’s snow was so thick and wet and slushy — like a fall snow — made me think we’re just going to skip spring and summer and go right back into winter.

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  3. marylou anderson says:

    Has it gone away yet? –Oh look, it melted-melted- melted-melted—
    Humph. I guess we’re all good little girls then sine we used no water to melt it-just sunshine and 40 degrees! Baseball’s Opening Day tomorrow–YAY ! SO the snow must retreat the Boys of Summer are back for a repeat–we hope!

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