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Monday, February 18, 2013

Chilly Southern Breezes


I'm pondering flying further south.. my thermometer reads 44 degrees.
Gee Whizz - i'm a southern gal that doesn't do cold well at all!

I can hear my Jersey shore Brother snickering  ;)

21 comments:

  1. That is very chilly for your area...we had 27 degrees this morning here in Brunswick Ga. One good thing is...the sun is out bright n will warm up fast! stay warm Pam!

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  2. 20's here in NJ, although it was 60 the other day. Go figure.

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  3. I'm hearin' ya (as my feet feel like blocks of ice)! What an adorable capture...it warmed my heart immediately!

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  4. Cute photo! At least you are warmer than our balmy 21 degrees. with the wind blowing it feels even colder. Hope you days warms up, have a happy one!

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  5. Hi There, We are back from a week in beautiful Arkansas. Hope you had a great week.

    YES---44 is a tad cold for you all, isn't it????? We were 14 yesterday morning early --but it has warmed up some today...

    That birdie probably is cold. I wonder when the temps are SO cold how the little birds really make it.... I try to feed them more during the winter.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. Dear Pam, your whimsy always delights me. As does this thoughtful bird with its chilled toes! Peace.

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  7. It is 47 and with the windchill factor feels like it is 40. Second day and I'm so looking forward to a bit warmer weather.

    FlowerLady

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  8. I'd gladly take your 44 degrees -- we didn't make it out of the 20s yesterday.

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  9. What a fun shot, Pam!! Enjoy your warm temps!! And have a beautiful week!

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  10. laughing. but i kinda get it, too. i've become rather wintery wimpy.

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  11. i bet you were the same as we were this morning, 34 at dawn... brrrrr and i am ready to move further south to. i forgot to see what Fort Myers had today... at least our cold is only 2 days not months....

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  12. I'm not even southern-bred, but believe me I'm sharing your pain and cold feet! It's easy to get spoiled down here and darn hard to find anyone anywhere else to complain to!

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  13. I don't do winter very well either and I live in MO which can get pretty cold in winter. And then blazing hot in summer, which is just as bad. Pretty bird!

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  14. Mmmm.. south sounds wonderful to me too. It's 45 about every day here. lol. To me, it's chilly, though my home state of Maine friends scoff at that... :)

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  15. Sissy!!!
    C'mon up here.

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  16. My car thermometer read 44 on my way to work this morning...brrr. So glad this weather is infrequent around here!

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  17. Pewno ślicznemu ptaszkowi jest zimno przy takiej tempereturze. Pozdrawiam.
    Sure the bird is cold at the tempereturze. Yours.

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  18. Hello Pam, Great to have connected in our blog sphere. I begin to feel very cold when the temperature drops to minus 10 F . . . until then it is rather chilly but in the northeast one expects such. I can understand that being in Florida you would mind the mercury dipping into the forties in late February. This time of year it always feels quite warm on a 40 something day. Great bird shot!

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  19. It's about 70 here right now
    Yesterday, it was about 70
    Tomorrow it will be about 70
    And so on and so on and so on...
    That's what some people say, not me though. I love mild weather.

    Fantastic post and photo Pam!

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