Sunday, January 02, 2005

Colder Than A....

If you are from Wisconsin you know how that phrase ends. Tonight it could get down to 20 F in Seattle and in the morning everyone will be commenting on how cold it is. Northwesterners know rain but they sure as heck don't know COLD. Read the link to my new blogger friend,Penny

.Now this gal knows COLD; Alberta, Canada COLD!

11 comments:

AR said...

Stop whining, its colder here!

The Zero Boss said...

Yeah, but you're USED to it. We Seattleites like our cold up in the mountains, where it belongs. I don't recall anyone giving it permission to camp outside my doorstep!

RC said...

Happy New Year, Teresa, and congratulations on being this weeks door prize winner at the BoB Awards!

I hope you have a great New Year, with lots of fun, and clean socks!

RC said...

It's so cold where I'm at that I feel good, and I hate that, but what I hate more is when it rains more than it snows!

I miss making snow angels, like I did last year, because it was so much fun, until my big brother stepped on me, twice!

I hope you are having a nice day, Teresa!

Anonymous said...

Snow Angels! ~ What a fabulous idea.. I had forgotten.. I taught Oee to skate and sled, but angels would be magical! Thanks, Teresa, for your encouraging words on my blog. It means a lot coming from someone who has been there. ;) I enjoy your blog, as well! And, thnx for the link! ;)

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Knitknacks said...

Linked on over from the BOBS! Hehehe..words like Witch and brass come to mind ( along with one of those words I loathe) I'm NOT from Wisconsin but I know someone who is. I'd take cold over rain anyday...I hate rain!

chasmyn said...

And? Tonight? Tomorrow? We might get SNOW! And ICE! I thought when we moved here we were promised no cold winters, and no ice!

Teresa said...

Yes siree! I'm still in the classroom at 5:15 putting on the finishing touches of tomorrows Science lesson and the custodian came in with the up-to-date weather
forecast of "Snow by seven o'clock, sisters!" (That's the friendly monniker our custodian David gives to those of us who stay late and slave away, our stomaches growling, 'cause we really SHOULD be home fixing dinner.) There are going to be many unhappy Seattlites
if the snow does not materialize.

Tanya Mau said...

So many comments about snow and cold.....So did Seattle get snow? Did you get a snow day after all??