and this is why i'm so grateful to call you my friend. love,the girl who prefers tea over coffee (WHAAAAAAAAT)
kinda feeling the same way in germany. before Christmas? bring on the snow. so wintery and fun. after Christmas? nah. thanks, but nah.
oh, i feel the same about AR... it's nearly 60° during the day and 20s at night... and then two days later we'll have a "light wintry mix" and its all muddy and freezing cold. we deserve spring! ;)
I would love a snow-storm right now! Apart from it, you know, completely shutting England down---for some reason we never learn how to cope with snow at all, despite its depth gradually increasing year after year after year. I think the Canadian in me expects too much but I would love to see some snow---even just a sprinkling!
Ha! I live in PA and have had enough of this snow!I just found your blog (loves it!) and thought I'd tell you, that I dream of living in Europe and owning a Vespa, as well. And also, we share common feelings about sushi. I wish I liked it more.
I didn't even know winter allergies EXISTED! You poor thing! :(
I am going to wait patiently for your published works, but I wish you would write more words and more often... you have such an honest way about your writing, even where the post is less than 30 words. Please don't stop.
I live in New England and I feel like we need a break, please mother nature!!!
agreed. i just wanna ride my bike. is that too much to ask??
um. tell me about it.sending sympathies from Maine,L
awww I'm sorry girl! this is why living in texas is AWESOME... you know unless you are allergic to all that other stuff :)
New York gets snow and Cali gets rain. That does sound exhausting.
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