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Snowflakes October 22, 2008

Posted by indigobunting in Uncategorized.

It’s 7:30 a.m., still darkish, but I can see them.


1. Bridgett - October 22, 2008

Oh. MY GOD. I guess that’s the big old difference between Missouri and Vermont (besides all the other differences). We haven’t had our first frost yet (last night’s low: 46)

2. indigobunting - October 22, 2008

B: It’s mixed precipitation, and nothing’s sticking down here in the valley, but still. This may be the earliest I’ve seen flurries. I remember my first year in Vermont, it was Halloween. We had frost about a month ago, then it warmed up, and now it’s back to frost.

3. Cedar Waxwing - October 22, 2008

Interesting, I had a dream last night that I was walking around outside (which I did do last night) and I saw tiny snowflakes.

4. Craig (Maito Sewa Yoleme) - October 22, 2008

Bon hiver!

5. Deloney - October 22, 2008

It dipped below freezing last night. Out comes my black Gothic overcoat.

6. She She - October 22, 2008

I saw them, too, and made the kids wear their parkas to school. It’s almost time to turn on the heat.

7. indigobunting - October 22, 2008

She She: You are hard core.

Deloney: You are too.

CW: Your subconscious knows it’s winter…

Craig: Sing goddamn!

8. Joya - October 22, 2008

Eek! Snow always sends me into a panic– too many years living in the tropics, I guess. We’re expecting our first frost tonight with the low around 28 degrees. Eek!

9. LisaS - October 23, 2008

the Husband called me from Billings, MT the other day and said “there’s snow on the ground here”

and my mind started screaming exactly what it started screaming here: NO! NO!

10. indigobunting - October 24, 2008

Joya, Lisa: Eek! NO NO! Utterly appropriate responses, if you ask me.

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