Sunday, 20 January 2013

Just for fun

Hi bloggers. Hope you are well. Its still snowing here today and we have woken up to a fresh blanket of snow covering everything.

Its always nice to read your comments, today I thought just for fun it would be nice if you would leave a message to say Hi , where you are reading from and what your weather is like. That would be really great xx

27 comments:

  1. Hello,
    I'm reading from Shropshire and there's very light snow falling - looks like some one's just shaking a salt cellar - just very very fine flakes xxx

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    1. Hi Trudie, not to far from me then. Its getting heavier here now :-(

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  2. I'm reading from Lancashire and it's cold and grey here with an icy wind.

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  3. I'm reading from Herefordshire and it is snowing again, to add to the 5 inches we already have - and it is very chilly in the wind! My hens hate it :-( and I am off to refill the bird feeders for the second time today as they have eaten all of this morning's offerings.

    Saty safe and warm xxx

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    1. That is the wild bird feeders , not the hens'!

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    2. Hi Compostwoman, thanks for dropping by. The birds have been enjoying our fatballs and we have been throwing them some bread which they gobble up straight away as soon as it lands !

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  4. Hi Miss PB, i am from Cornwall and we have sunshine today! It's darn cold though. We only had snow on Friday, and thats it! I am a little jealous of everyone else having so muchh snow..maybe i should go and live up country from Nov-Feb!
    I'd love to feed the birds, but daren't, as the cat would have the birds before they got the food!

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    1. Hi Claire, can't believe you have sunshine !!

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  5. Hi - looking out of the window here in Leicestershire, where it has been snowing steadily since breakfast. 30% of our friends absent from church this morning, but still plenty of us to have a good sing.
    The garden looks all wintry and the conifers would do justice to any Christmas card
    Butternut squash roasting in oven ready for soup [tonight's after-church supper]

    keep warm and safe xx

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    1. Hi Angela, its like a scene from a postcard here as well. We had a church event this afternoon but it has been cancelled :-( Enjoy your roast x

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  6. Reading in Berkshire here & it's snowing

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    1. Hi Hester, you have'nt escaped the snow either then xx

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  7. Hi *waves enthusiastically
    I'm reading from the Cornish coast and it's bitterly cold and grey, although the sun is doing its best to poke out from behind the clouds. We've had no snow at all :(

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    1. Hi Hope, You are my second cornish reader to reply :-) I think you've been lucky to escape the snow!

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    2. Hi,

      Frugal in Bucks here and it's not stopped snowing all day. Very heavy now and still about 3-4 inches on the ground already.
      I don't like it, I am a warm weather and cocktails girl!

      Sarah.x

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    3. Hi SJE, I dont mind it other than driving !! I do like the warm weather though !

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  8. Happy to say Hi! Reading from cold, but snow-free Manchester.

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    1. Hi Daisychain, I'm surprised you havent got any , it will be making its way up the M6 to you I'm sure !! take care

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  9. It's 9:30AM in Las Vegas and the sun is shining with a pure blue sky where we are spending the winter far away from home on Toronto!

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  10. Hi MissPB, I'm in North yorkshire and awaiting this second phase of snow that's due to arrive around 9pm. Most of Fridays snow melted this afternoon x

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    1. Hi Karen, ours has'nt left yet and has been topped up this afternoon !

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  11. Hi folks. Up here on the north Lancashire coast its cold and gray but no snow. I keep seeing all the heavy snow on TV and it seems like a different world. For quite a small country we get some extreme differences in the weather. I hope all the snowed in people have food and warmth.

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    1. Hi Eileen, yes I agree it is extreme, Cornish Claire had sunshine today which seems unbelievable !

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  12. Hi All, I'm JoAnn, a new follower although I've been reading for a while and enjoying your blog! I live just west of Toronto, Canada. It's cold today but no snow, there has been very little snow here the last few winters. My family is originally from Lancashire and it sounds like all the snow is there now! Hope you are all snug and warm. Lovely reading where everyone is from.
    Take care,
    JoAnn

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    1. Hi JoAnn, thank you for joining and commenting and I am glad you enjoy reading, its always nice to hear. I would love to visit Canada !!

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