Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Springtime in Alaska


HI yall! Yep that's me, standing all 5 feet 4 inches waving hello. Standing flat footed on the ground (well as close to the ground as the several inches of packed snow under my feet allows. I suspect we'll have snow until June.

I'm tired & heading for bed. I did finish a couple of purses last weekend, & hope to get a quilt on the frame this weekend, so I will be posting some fiber content next. Happy first day of spring!

9 comments:

jenclair said...

Oh, my gosh! Doesn't look much like spring to me! I'd love a little snow during the winter, but until June? Not so much.

Keep sewing, Deb!

Vicki W said...

Wow! That's a LOT of snow! When will it be gone?

Kathy -MIQuilter said...

That is just depressing! I'm loving our unseasonably warm weather, we hate to go inside it's so beautiful. We'll probably have a bad snowstorm at Easter.

Michelle Auer said...

Oh my! Reminding me once again why I could never live in AK ever again. I think if I ever move, it will just be to a slightly warmer place. But so far, Seattle's climate agrees with me most of the time.

Marsel said...

WOW! So hard for me to fathom (especially this week, when we are visiting my parents in Florida and have been lolling by the pool)!!!

Steph said...

Hope the snow is gone by the end of June, and the ground is dry or it will be a very interesting birthday party for mom.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Deb. wow I would say that is allot of snow. I reckon you will really look forward to Spring this year. Hugs Judy

Melodie said...

And Kami & I have been playing outside barefooted and in shorts! Even put the screens in the 'guest room'! Just saw where Mary Mulder died on the 1st day of spring. I'll be going to her funeral Sat a.m. The girls and I are going to 'Hunger Games' tomorrow!! Read all the books and can't wait to see the movies!

Nancy said...

So beautiful! Please send some of it to Pennsylvania!