Thursday, January 11, 2007

Snow (Hey Oh)

Dear Mother Nature,

Thank you. I'm loving the temps, but I've heard a nasty rumor about some more above-normal temperatures and that is just unacceptable. Where the hell is my snow? You teased me with it the other night and I was beyond ecstatic to finally see those gorgeous white flakes. It's 11 January and you have me a little worried that you won't get your act together quickly enough for me to enjoy a long, cold winter. SHAPE UP, MOTHER NATURE!



Anonymous said...

yeah seriously.
dear global warming is more like it.

Anonymous said...

exactly. how the heck are we supposed to wear lovely drapey wool scarves and to-die-for boots if there's no SNOW?

Miss Scarlet said...

Courtney- But I recycled last night (don't tell Ali) so it should be cold now!

DC Celine- I've been wearing my scarves regardless of the temps, but then I get too warm.

Anonymous said...

Mother Nature can bite me.

Give us some nice sunny high pressure so that the roofs can dry out and water will stop pissing down the side of my kitchen wall.

Not sure how snow will affect it, but I suspect it'll be bad. Sorry, hon, I'm praying for dry, hot sunshine... :o)

Cheryl said...

i think it is really weird that you have no snow, we in chicago have no snow, and denver has had like 4 blizzards in just a few weeks! Definitely unbalanced.

Kristabella said...

Well, according to some reports, you're going to be getting some snow. And in boatloads. The East coast is going to get pounded in the coming weeks. They esentially said that we're probably going to pay for all this nice weather we've been having.

I know Chicago is calling for a high of 12 on Tuesday.

Winter's coming. Dammit!

Senor Beavis said...

Kristabella, you got pimped over me on the blog roll. You should feel like Chris Berman right now. :)

Miss Scarlet said...

Senor- I don't want to raise suspicion. Seriously.

spencer said...

Please no snow. We don't have off street parking and nothing sucks more than spending 3 hours digging out a car only to find your spot occupied the next day when you get home.