Well, it is a terrible winter. We are getting more snow this morning. And, the schools are on their 12th snow day of the year. Love your header picture!
UGH! I DO remember that Janet, and I remember thinking I hope ours aren't that dark, lol, as it turned out, I never even saw one here, which was strange!
I don't mind the cold as long as I can see the sun, and thank goodness I can today. But we've had far too many days of gray for me! blessings, marlene
I do remember that Janet,we are getting more snow this morning,and it is cold here..I love your header picture..
Hey Janet!I remember your post too! I'm a believer! Next year if you see him again will you do me a favor? Step on the little booger and put us all out of this misery! lolStay warm!Angela
Wow, maybe there is something to that old fashioned belief.
I am a beleiver too. I can growing up and old folks saying that the color of he wholly worm tells us about our winters. Well, he has proved himself a great weatherman.
Yep-I'm a believer too!
Well, Jan, you know me....I don't believe that little wooly worm had anything to do with predicting our winter...it is just a coincidence, but as much as I love to see it snow, I am more than ready for spring...getting cabin fever.
Yep! All the furry little creatures have convinced me that they knew what they were doing. Our cats look like woodchucks, they're so fat and furry! And they need all that fur this winter!Stay warm!!
I like the snow!!
Yes he was!There is definitely something to those old time weather predictions.
We can't argue with the facts, now can we?I had forgot all about the wooly-worm post!
I've never seen a solid black one. But yep, he was right.
Haha!! Yeah, me too!! The wooly worm knows!
I love the picture at the top of your blog!
We have had a bad winter too... oh and I love the picture of the deer jumping too.
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