Thursday, 18 February 2010

Oh No! More of the White Stuff

I feel so sorry for the birds, its actually falling quite thickly at the moment so I dont know how much we are expecting to get, but Im a bit fed up with it already. As you can see from the first one, its very dark at the horizon so I suspect we are in for quite a lot.

11 comments:

Sue said...

oh heck, tell ya what i let you keep it this time hun, im feeling very generous!!! lol, sue,x

Kimmi said...

Dear Me!! Its grey skies outside at the moment, but we hardly get snow like this. It tends to pass us over.

Hope it clears soon Shirley!

Kimmi xx

Angela said...

Shirley, stay home in the warm and craft!!! I don't know why we have to have more white stuff!!! I've definately had enough!! Take care,
Angela x

Clare said...

We've had big fat flakes falling here too but it hasn't settled. Last time it settled I worried about the birds too and put extra food and unfrozen water out every day.
Clare x

Mandy said...

We've got it too Shirley but luckily I don't think it will settle as we've had such heavy rain.
Snuggle indoors and craft, roll on the spring
love and hugs Mandy xx

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

i hope they sue the butts off the global warming people! i am sooooo with you on winter - but your pictures are gorgeous!

hang tight. march 21 is the first day of spring.

hugs ♥

JAN said...

aww poor you you must be freezing there..hope it clears soon

Mrs Bs Blog said...

Hi Shirley, it`s not come back down our way, yet!. I know it looks lovely, but there`s only so many snowballs and snowmen you can build. Keep warm and safe. Hugs Val xxx

Janette said...

Oh dear....well we have had alot of sleet today Shirley,I know we are all getting fed up now,but at least the snow looks brighter than this horrid grey stuff here...lol...fab pics.x

coldwaters2 said...

Horrible isn't it Shirley it started off a little slow here then blimey it just torrented down with the biggest snow flakes ever. I made sure there was food for the birds and the little Coal Tit and Thrush were down eating the bread before the pigeons gobbled it all up.

Hugs Lorraine x

treesawardincrafts said...

Shirley, I can't believe you still have such a lot of snow. What's going on?