Thursday, March 27, 2008

Here we go again.

I know people probably get tired of my posts on the weather, but it is just crazy to me. I, obviously didn't grow up here or around snow. I grew up in Southeast Georgia, so we pretty much just don't have any seasons, which I'm okay with. But seriously.!! It was in the 60's yesterday and like this today.......

What the ?????? I know Tifani, you said you can't count on anything until after conference weekend, but it still just blows my mind. I guess I should just be grateful that we have a few nice days in between our snow day, and I am - because then we can at least get outside a bit, but every time it gets nice out I get my hopes up that the snow is finally gone. I can't help it. Anyway.....I'm sure this won't be my last post on weather. So, sorry if it bores you!


Sants said...

I feel your pain! I have lived in Utah and Washington for the last 26 years (gees - I am old!) and I still get so stinkin' sick of the snow in March that I could SCREAM!!!!

It has snowed EVERY day here for the past week and a half. It melts, mostly, but snow is snow. My kids are sick of it, too. They are wearing shorts and capris anyway.

I am so sick of it, I don't even want to sit in front of the fire with a book and a cup of cocoa, I want the SUN!!!! I want flowers!!! I want to go to the lake!!!

Yes, I feel your pain. Maybe we can start a support group for people like us.

Aramie Randall said...

Elizabeth, I think I have that syndrome where you get depressed because you are deprived of sunlight for extended periods of time. It is still in the 30's here. This winter has sealed the deal for me- I am NOT living in a place where winter lasts until June ever again. Your boys are so cute. Leah told me about 'Aisea saying all the presidents. That is so cute! Aren't kids amazing? I love you and thanks for commenting on my blog. I'm not very good at it, but I think I will work harder at it now that I have the time!

Kimberly F said...

When I left for work, it was sunny (though chilly) at my house; as I drove north, I entered a blizzard--no joke--as I crossed the Utah county line into SL county. So maybe you're just living in the wrong county. ;-)