The state I am from, California, would do anything for some snow... or rain...
Oh Lord, YES!! We just got another three inches or so today, to top off the foot and a half that's already on the ground. I have no place left to shovel any more snow, my yard looks like a vast Arctic wasteland.
Is it Spring yet??
Yes. I only received 1" - 2", but two or three days after the temperatures had gone up and the snow had been melting - refreezing at night - I went out for the mail. The front steps and walkway were still frozen by a thin layer. Luckily I was walking carefully plus holding on tightly.
We're stuck in this cyclone here.
No snow in this part of the UK - try the Cairngorms. Everywhere else it's been waders. Wallowing in the bath has lost its charm for a lot of Brits.
We only had a couple of days of snow, but I'll tell you, I can't wait for spring to get here.
There's about two feet on the ground here, but oddly enough I love it! I enjoy snow (ice not so much) and always look forward to the visible change of seasons; what's winter without SNOW?! ⋆✲ﾟ*｡
I'm tired of how unsafe it makes the roads, but otherwise no. It's part of winter! Also, I never understand people who choose to live in a snow-heavy state and yet complain about snow from the very first day it hits. :-/
Yes! We live in NH and are in the middle of a bad snow storm as I write this....you can only see the top branches of my weeping cherry tree now and we've run out of places to put the snow! Enough snow and enough cold....looking forward to spring!
Yes, I'm done with snow, tired of having to walk gingerly on ice. Tired of cleaning my car, tired of the salt. We just got another inch last night. But I think the worse is over . . . for now.
Yes, but today the sun was out and now we are flooding. If it's no one thing, it's another!
Yes, I am tired of all the snow and all the shoveling that has to be done to get out of my driveway, not to mention snowploys that slow traffic on the roadways. I have a driving Job and I've had enough of it!
Yes I am tired of the snow. Fatigued is a better description. The snow that fell here in December, before Christmas, is still here, as is all the snow that fell after then. We are beginning to think our back deck won't stand the weight of all the ice and snow. The house roof will stand it because it gets blown off with the high winds. Cabin Fever is a very mild description for how we feel.
And you want to know the funny bit?
It is supposed to be raining this weekend, and God help this part of country when the snow and ice begin to melt......how about ...Icy Swamp?
I get tired of the snow and cold after the first week lol. Winters are far too long here in Eastern Ontario Canada.
I know that this question is now 9 months old, but the next round of snow has already started to pick up again. Get ready for round two!
by TheHoleStory 4 years ago
Has it snowed yet where you live this year?
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
Chris Everard the editor of Feed Your Brain magazine has seen my recent hub about alien contactee Alex Collier and has asked me to write an expanded article for his publication.
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
Something is wrong with the hubfeed. I've had two incidents so far of multiple shares of one hub. The last one was in the feed 11 times.
by MikesFreeInfo 8 years ago
I live in London, Ontario, Canada and it is very unusual that the is no snow on the ground yet. It is finally starting to drop in temperature so it should be coming. DO YOU HAVE SNOW YET?. post a reply with your city/state(province)
by tshirtscene 11 years ago
I'm not getting the hubpages properly or not seeing them at all (white blank page). Right at the top there is a white strip going along with what I think is my affiliate code for amazon and someone elses. Is it just me who can see this?
by pisean282311 7 years ago
well got first sales for month of october..had got 10 sales in august..would prefer frequent sales then sporadic but still wanted to share this...
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