Thursday, January 20, 2022

Wash my hair with snow....


Photos from those in snowy frozen land are incredible. Beautiful, white, crystalline snow glistens in the early Winter season. 

 Winter is all good until February hits.(I personally feel that February is the hell of winter.). But, until then, this post is a reminder that at least Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera Ellen anticipated the joy of snow. Didn't happen (!), but oh it was something else later on.


29 comments:

  1. I like the idea of snow and pictures I see of it, but I doubt very much that I would enjoy the real thing for more than a few minutes. Way too cold for me.

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    1. No romantic fascination of snow here? You are living in a good place.

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  2. I think February feels different in places with no snow. But then again, I'd never know the difference.

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    1. We enjoy seeing snow, maybe even driving to the mountains. But February has nothing to recommend it. Melts during the day, freeze at night, brown slush-- there is nothing good about it at all.

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  3. Snow is a rare treat for me. I wonder whether I would like it less if it was every day (or at least every year)....

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  4. Mr. Freeze has us in it's grip this morning and a few more snowflakes fell last night. However, I grew up in this and I know Spring will eventually come our way. I agree with you on February. I always say it's the shortest month with the worst weather. My bday is the last day of that month and I always looked forward to February when I was a kiddo. But as I've gotten older I look more forward to the end of March! Have a good weekend Susan!

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  5. Snow at Christmas is the best, but it's never happened here. We get snow late January and into February. Supposed to get some today!

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  6. You're right -- February may be the shortest month of the year, but somehow it lasts the longest!

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    1. It seems endless. And in a week, February will happen.

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  7. Funny (maybe) I had to have Sherry tell me who was singing. I KNEW them of course, but I could not recall the names even thought they were part of my childhood. Imma hate it when I can't remember Sherry's name and must call her 'Honey' all the time.
    BUT I do remember snow and cold weather. YOu don't live in north central Missouri for a few years and FORGET it. ;-)
    Sherry & jack

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    1. My hometown FB site always has snow in different towns and farms, ones I remember. It is lovely, but I hear negative words being said about the snow.

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  8. February is just like January and March here. Rain and then more rain. :)

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    1. When we first moved to Cork, it rained everyday. The Irish even said it was raining more (?). Mojave Desert to Ireland?

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  9. The Pike County court house picture won't load. Problem?

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  10. My favorite movie, no matter what the season! Thanks for the video!

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  11. I LOVE that scene from White Christms!

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  12. I'm going to be stuck singing that song now! lol But at least we don't have snow this far South. Take care and stay warm!

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  13. Your view of February and mine are the very same.

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    1. When it is time for winter to be over, then it should be over. Shouldn't it?

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  14. Snow is something I could live without, but I would prefer it over ice and high winds. I agree that February and into the first week of March make the worst time for winter in my world.

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  15. My take on it is that the swamps have two seasons, wet and hurricane, but the argument can be made that we have two seasons, summer and February.

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  16. snow? what's that?
    You'd think it would be knee-deep in mid-January hereabouts but we had maybe half a night's flurry so far this year. I am quite glad about it because snow in England is a mess, wet and muddy and apt to get in the way without being beautiful to look at.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!