Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Could it be?



That we are finally crawling out of the cold, dark ass crack that was winter 2010? Are we done with ear infections and sleet and shoveling and vomiting?

Yes! And no. Junior puked on me again last night. But even still, we're getting there.

How about you? Do you feel like you're starting to crawl out?

26 comments:

Mama Badger said...

Slowly, but surely, we're peeping out of our holes. Whew, did this winter seem to take forever, or was it just me?

I'm loving your picture of the first signs! It gives me hope that it isn't going to eternally be winter.

How is your daycare situation going? Any progress? Update us!

Busy Mom in Iowa said...

I was...until they started forcasting snow for Saturday..grrr.

Pricilla said...

Uhm, snow in the forecast for tomorrow so I think not.
Up here I don't count on anything until July. Last year we had a hard frost in May and the year before we had four inches of snow on June 10th.

Wanna come live in Montana?

VandyJ said...

Wyoming is much the same as Montana--spring doesn't show it's face until May usually and snow is not unheard of in June-sometimes July and it has snowed in August before. Spring brings out the bipolar in Mother Nature here.

Small Town Mommy said...

We have had warm weather but everything is still gray and barren. Meanwhile, half of us are sick.

Brandy said...

yes - we are slowly digging ourselves out. so excited to see the sun.

Jenera said...

We have had two days in a row of excellent weather-walking weather!! We walked my oldest to preschool this morning and it felt great. I cannot wait for it to warm up even more

Buggys said...

Oh yes! I have weeds growing in the garden, Yippee! There is hope for spring.

Life As I Know It said...

tulips are popping out of my garden. yay for spring!

Lindy said...

It's sunny but I have an ear infection....good times....good times.

Grand Pooba said...

Oh I was SO there last Friday, I drove with my windows down and my sun roof open. It was heaven!

Then it snowed on Saturday.

Dammit!

Mammatalk said...

The sun's been paying us a visit! Lovin' it!

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

Darn tootin' I feel it!! I am no longer in the dark ass crack of winter. I am now deep in the armpit of spring, replete with dog crap and muck! But, still...AWESOME!!

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

Oh yeah, but they're now calling for snow next week. I'm doubling my meds.

Magpie said...

i crawled out on my deck and sat in the sun for a half hour - it was awesomely awesome.

Frogs in my formula said...

Yah for the sun mentions. Boo for the snow.

Booooooooooo.

SmartBear said...

Hi! Found you via Working Mom's forum. Great Blog! It will be sunny here and 65 tomorrow with snow on Saturday...sigh....

Mad Woman said...

I think you might be right. All that cold you've been living with? It visited me this morning. It was colder than a witch's tit this morning when I went to take the kids to school. Can you please have it back? I'll love you forever!

Mrsbear said...

I'm not ready to head to the beach or anything yet...

Hope Junior is feeling better. Another stomach bug. Ugh.

Dto3 said...

It is beautiful year round in Texas, you should move.

siteseer said...

with sunshine like this? You Bet!!! Hallelulah

Katherine said...

We have had barf for ten days now in the house.... NOT good... but I am so patiently waiting for Saturday... spring!!!

Jen said...

I do, I do! I saw my tulips poking out of the ground yesterday. I jumped up and down knowing I had survived the winter of 2010. It was a major accomplishment.

Frogs in my formula said...

Suggestions to move to Montana and Texas...hmmm...

Buggys said...

For the past two days I've been outside in the sunshine and it feels sooo good! Soon enough we'll be complaining about the heat, right?

blognut said...

Just barely. We have had beautiful weather here this week, but they're calling for up to 5 inches of snow this weekend. :(

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