Saturday, April 6, 2013

F is for flurry

Flurry : a brief light snowfall

Normally, I find flurries to be beautiful.  They provide a light snowfall that freshens up the piles of white that have become dull and crunchy.

But not on April 6th, when there is still 2 feet of snow in my yard (more or less in some areas).  Not when we have only had a handful of days in the 40's.  And not when we are 20 + inches over our average snowfall total for the year.

F is also for forty or even fifty....the degrees I would like it to reach to melt this stinking snow!!


  1. We moved from Australia to Wisconsin once, and the degree difference from when we got on the plane to when we deplaned was 100 degrees!

    I love Wisconsin, and look forward to reading more about your life there.

    Visting from A to Z blog challenge. Thanks for stopping by my blog a couple of days ago!


  2. I admit to missing flurries. LOL I'm from Kansas which got lots of snow this year but I've been living in the South for awhile now and no snow. I don't miss lots of things about the snow. However, flurries are usually so pretty and fun to watch.

  3. I can definitely understand being sick of snow in April.

  4. I have no idea what you mean when you say snow. Do you mean that white stuff that I see on TV?