Signs of the times — winter wonderland edition

18 Responses to Signs of the times — winter wonderland edition

  1. Nat says:

    Haha! Even if a books doesn’t help with the cold, you still have a book.

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  2. We need “Brains required” in Atlanta. lol

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  3. jenny_o says:

    “Wicked stawm comin'” – love that one 🙂

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  4. egorr says:

    Yep! When the snow falls, make sure you carry your brains with you when you drive, people!

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  5. Timelesslady says:

    Love these. I understand the impulse of the writer on the Stop sign. I still have urges to write in collected snow, dust, etc. I must be a child at heart.

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  6. […] January 5, 2022 V.M.Sang Leave a comment See more for a good laugh. […]

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  7. Lol. I lived in wicked stawm country, aka Maine, back in the 1980s. One wicked stawm came close to blowing me away.

    Now I live in New Mexico. About ten years ago, after a long dry spell, we had a storm with hail that was larger than baseballs. It destroyed our roof, our car, our RV, and the roof of most of the buildings in town. The United Methodist church put this on their sign:
    Send Us Just
    The Rain Please!

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    • I’ve never seen hail that large. (I hope I never do!) Local roofers must have made out like bandits after that one.

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      • I hope I never see hail like that again!

        Storm chaser Reed Timmer was driving through the area where we lived when the storm hit. The windshield on their vehicle was broken by the hail, when they were about 1/4 mile from where we were living at the time. I will post the link to that wild storm, but you may want to watch it with the sound off. The female driving Reed’s vehicle did a lot of squealing and screaming. 😀

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  8. […] by Jean ReilandJanuary 5, 2022 Comments 0 Signs of the times — winter wonderland edition — bluebird of bitterness […]

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  9. No matter how bleak things get, the sense of humor seems to survive!

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  10. Eileen says:

    God chuckles. Thanks.

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