"Some People Just Don't Belong"- Caddyshack
That title alone should trigger the snowflakes.
Some of these were in my yard, some weren't.
This here playin' is a purdy as a pitcher of a flar.
I think it will show all future posts in the stream.I have no idea what I did.If anyone can give me a fix I will do it.
This too shall pass. Kind of like a kidney stone. Make more posts, stat!
The fix should be in the main edit page under "Settings": max posts per page.
Lovely.It's freaking snowing here. We are not allowed to enjoy spring blossoms in cruel Coloradie.
Thanks, CoCfH, and I am sorry to hear that it is snowing. I don't care for snow. While walking yesterday we walked through drifts of fallen cherry blossoms. I much prefer those to snow.
It snowed briefly here in Wisconsin on Wednesday. So groovy!
Yeah - cherry blossoms are amazing - even the fallen.My ornamental pear blossoms were just about to burst.
wha-cho-doing in Wisconsin, Chick?
ugh - I hope the lilacs will still make a showing. fingers crossed. they don't look happy at the moment.
chick is getting his groove back in Cheeseville.
I know little about flowers. However, the mountain laurel is the staate flower of my home state of CT. I see mountain laurel in San Diego. Seems like 2 opposite climates for a flower to flourish.
@Can: I moved here last fall after separating from my wife. I’m originally from here and have brother.
Hi Chick - oh I see. Hope you are finding happiness in WI. If my father had not been fired from his job in the late 1960's / 1970, I'd probably be a person who grew up there. But alas - my dad moved his family from Wisconsin to CO in 1970 to chart a new life.I have family in WI and I'm very fond of the state. It's beautiful. Winters are long and cold - but summer and fall are lovely.without the Mountains - CO would be Nebraska. The Eastern plains are dry, brown and ugly. The rolling countryside of Wisconsin is very nice.
More snow here on Monday. I cannot take it. I shoveled slush off the drive yesterday and... my aching back. oh my aching back.
The yellow flower standing alone after that show of beauty reminded me of the line from the Hi Ho the Dairy-O song, where "the cheese stands alone".
The song is actually The Farmer in the Dell, which could make this a version of The woodcutter in the grass, or better yet Stihl in the field!
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