Monday, 13 March 2017

Memo, Mail & Me It's Monday March 13th

A gracious good morning to you & our hostess, Sian & linking in here:  From High In The Sky

Not a lot of anything new. Very sparse on all fronts.


In the receiving mail department; you show one bit of interest & ask one or two questions & suddenly you are on their mailing lists.  This is from a local "college" for learning to become a nutritional advisor.  Interesting, but not for me.  


Another interesting piece of mail was this flyer, asking me this: (I have yet to answer & oh such a glossy cover.)



And what a beautiful full moon this morning.  We are awaiting the arrival of a snow storm scheduled to arrive mid morning & it may bring with it anywhere from 10-30cm (4-12") of snow. 





Wishing everyone a wonderful week ahead.



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20 comments:

  1. Ok, I'm tired of snow, even though it's not been particularly bad---YET. We, however, are headed south around noon today, and are hoping to miss most of it. Have a happy week!

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    1. Safe travels Karen - you should beat the snow storm's arrival. Happy week to you!

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  2. feeling so spring like here - hard to think there is still snow around - hope you don't get too much. have a good week

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    1. Your spring photos were so enjoyable to see - I know it is one of last storms of the season, spring will not miss her turn here (I hope!)

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  3. Lovely picture with the moon. I am sure you must we well fed up with snow.

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    1. Thanks Maggie, me & moon shots often don't work out as planned. I am really not a winter woman & I have tried, really I have, to embrace my weather heritage ... although as of right now, storm seems to be shifting more to the south of us (fingers crossed).

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  4. Love that first picture, so adorable!
    We are getting our first "true" snow downpour today!

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    1. It took several treats to get Smokey to pose with my little leprechaun. Lucky you avoiding lots of snow, hope you did not get too much.

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  5. Well, I think our winter could have done better but this afternoon I looked out of the window and commented to a colleague how very springy I felt. We still could get snow, but it's hard to imagine now. As to your full moon shot, I too took pics of it last night! 'Mazin'!

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    1. I long for the first day of spring weather when you can throw open the windows to clear out the stuffy air of winter. Nighttime moon shots are near impossible so far for me to capture anything passable. It was amazing.

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  6. Great photo of the moon, I hope you didn't get too much snow. Take care.

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  7. That's a huge amount of snow! London has seen barely a flake this winter.

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    1. Although we did not receive the full brunt of the storm, we got enough to make driving miserable & the bottoms of my jeans snow wet.

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  8. Oh goodness, did y'all get snow this week? It was sunny here early in the week, then it cooled off a little & now we're having a few gray days in the 70s.

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    1. Oh yes Melissa we still have snow & it snowed again today, but I am convinced this was the last, or I pray it so ...

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  9. Love your moon photo!! Hope you were not buried in too much of the white stuff. I've had quite enough for this season. It actually rained one day last week.

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    1. As of today (23rd) there is just a trace of snow left & I hope it stays this way for many months!

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  10. Snow right into March? That's cold! I'm hoping you'll soon be warming up. That's a cute St Patrick's Day deco..funny, we don't actually see anything like that over here!

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    1. Sian we have had snow in early May, rare but it does happen! Although that doesn't bode well to say for the tourist business (lol).

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