Monday, March 26, 2012

Signs of Spring, Week 4...

As you can see, quite a lot has happened this week weather wise. Several days we woke up with snow on the ground, but more and more blue skies were seen. 

Most importantly of all: Spring Has Sprung!  {smile}








Yesterday was awfully cloudy, a sign of rainy things to come once again. On top of that, our furnace went out overnight into Sunday and the house is now freezing. We're now waiting for a part to arrive in the mail, and hopefully Mr. G. can fix it himself...

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  1. Springlike but at the same time it looks a little cold and no furnace......brrrrr.....Love your pictures!
    Agneta

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    1. Thanks Aggie. Pretty chilly over here without the heater but not as bad as a couple of months ago... (trying to stay positive here)

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  2. Wat een ontberingen daar! :) Hopelijk snel de echte lente mét de warmte die erbij hoort!

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  3. Sorry about the heat....I'm so jealous of your spring all though we are suppose to get temps into the 40's this week! yippee!!!

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    1. Will you have lots of flooding then Heidi with all that melting snow? Yay for you though! :-)

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  4. It seems you almost have summer hidden under the snow!
    Hope your heater get fixed very soon!
    Kram, Monica

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    1. It is cold in the house Monica and it will stay like that for several days I think. Until the part arrives at least and then my husband will still have to be able to fix it... I'm hugging a space heater right now... ;-)

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  5. De foto's van 25 maart doen mij heel erg sterk denken aan een nederlandse tuin :-)

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    1. Hoi Truus, Waar zie je dat in? Misschien door het hek overal? Onze tuin is zeker twintig keer groter dan een Nederlandse tuin denk ik... ;-)

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