The snow storms and frigid temperatures seem to be alternating each
other quite well. Well enough that we
don’t regularly try to venture past our front doorway to the outside unless we
really need to.
type of weather. For some reason I feel
like past winters haven’t been nearly as bad.
I keep thinking back to that winter we had a few years ago where it was
warm in February, and downright hot in March (I planted my peas the first
weekend in March that year – unheard of for my zone).
for us at this point, after we just received another huge snowstorm, our third
this week. And this is what I found.
what I perceive as negative situations.
Instead, I am choosing to look on the bright side – even though this
winter has been brutal. The sun is
definitely warmer. And because of that, the
kids are able to get outside a bit more.
I am happy that they are able to be outside digging snow forts, and
helping their dad make a mini luge to try with their sleds.
forward to when I can get outside and start digging in the dirt again. In the meantime, I better think about
starting all those seeds – especially the tomatoes!
treating you? Are you starting seeds
yet? Has it been an abnormally brutal
winter in your area?
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