Pictures from my backyard :D

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24 thoughts on “Pictures from my backyard :D

      • You’re very welcome, it’s very impressive. The other day here in my neck of the woods it was unusually warm but then yesterday the temperature dropped to below freezing and it was snowing. So it’s going to be a while before anyone in this area can plant their gardens. The crazy weather is one of the things that makes living in the northeastern part of the states just a little difficult when transitioning from winter to spring.

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        • Oh that would be a really difficult living. I am a lover of greens so I just love plantations in normal.
          But snow and winters have their own magic. It’s just recently a few weeks back I was fortunate enough to experience my first snow. πŸ™‚ And it was an absolute beautiful, breathtaking view. πŸ™‚

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          • I can’t imagine what it must be like to see your first snow but if it’s anything like when I first saw the ocean I can relate. Since I grew up in an area that always had snow in the winter it’s one of those things I take for granted except for the first few snowfalls of the season. It can get tiring after a while with the cold, slush and gloomy days and typically by the time March rolls around I’m so ready for spring but we will still probably have a few more snowfalls (nothing significant I hope) before the weather finally breaks. I believe that I would fare much better in a warmer climate but even I was to relocate I would need to come back at least once a year for a little snow.

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              • After I wrote my last comment I thought about it some more and you’re absolutely right in describing your first snow as magical. Even though we have four distinct seasons, I don’t think there is anything as magical as the first snow of winter. My first time seeing the ocean was so I was overcome with emotion it felt surreal.

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