WINTER/SEMI-SPRING FUNNIES

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In keeping with an optimistic spirit, I am looking forward to spring, yet I realistically know we have at least two more months of winter up hear in the tundra.

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14 Responses to WINTER/SEMI-SPRING FUNNIES

  1. Reblogged this on Talmidimblogging and commented:

    😀

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  2. Taylor Lynn says:

    I live in Florida, so this kind of weather is unbeknownst to me haha! Summer is all-year-round for me 😂

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  3. Taylor Lynn says:

    There has been in the northern parts of Florida near Tallahassee, but I live far down in the south. So sadly not for me!

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  4. Ha. I was thinking the same thing the other day. It got to mid 40s and I heard birds singing and it sounded so nice. It’s right around the corner I keep telling myself.

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  5. I was noticing today that the robins have been absent—ususally this time of year, in most years past I can remember, the robins were in abundance now—and yet oddly, today the yard remains vacant—very odd indeed…

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  6. hatrack4 says:

    We have no lazy birds in SW PA this year. You know, the ones that were too busy to go south. I suggested a ‘spring’ funny. Thank you for the sign of hope, sort of. I think my wife would not like this one. Right after we moved to PA, she saw a song bird on a limb in the back yard. The bird died and fell from the limb. She suggested that we move. If the birds can’t handle it, how are we going to be able to handle it? We’re still here.

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  7. Citizen Tom says:

    Actually saw a robin a couple of days ago. We are having warm spell. Still, don’t expect to see them until March. So I was sort of surprised. My guess is that bird will be looking for warmer parts. It not like there are many insects to eat this time of year.

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