The Friday Fish Wrap
Downright Pavlovian

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Bonny

Those crocus do indeed look hopeful! Mine seem to have gotten mashed under our last big snow and with another 6-8" predicted tonight, I think they are done for this year. Thanks to you and Hal Borland for the reminder that it just feels like winter here might last forever, and soon I'l be looking for daffodils and hyacinths!

Vera

Beautiful picture. and I love Hal Borland. More snow for us tonight...but it's not supposed to amount to much (hoping Bonny doesn't get a ton again).

AsKatKnits

Hope springs eternal despite these last dregs of winter.

Carole

Isn't that lovely! We're supposed to get 12-24 inches of snow tomorrow. Blergh.

Patty

Oh those words...Please Mr. Borland make it so!

Jo

Hmmm...we have had so little winter...if you want send some snow our way!

Mary

so pretty, Kym! the word around here is that March took her turn a month early ... and now we're seeing February. (it's not a good thing... brrr..... ;-)

margene

The signs of spring are steadily coming and the sky has changed from lowering to glowing. I am so ready for the earths awakening!

Honore

One thing we've not seen " crocus in snow!" We've not really had snow in these parts.
Curious.
Cheers~

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