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Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Snow

It apparently did. Some bother with transport, a school might have closed early. £10 lost at Primark.

I didn't notice anything out of the ordinary though. Did any of you?

8 comments:

Homo Escapeons said...

Appparently it did. It even made the news across the Pond!

Wouldn't it be lovely if snow made the news here?
Here I sit trying to endure the beginning of our fourth month of snow and sub-zero temperatures...
only two and one half more months to go..
oh joy, oh rapture.

fleetofworlds said...

Was that what it was? I thought someone had a particularly nasty case of dandruff.

fleetofworlds said...

Was that what it was? I thought someone had a particularly nasty case of dandruff.

Daisy said...

i'm just ready for the snow to stop! we are to get temperatures in the 50's this weekend and i am so looking forward to the cold being over even for a day or two...yesterday it was below zero again and i am just tired of this weather...seems the older i get the less attractive the snow and ice are...i could do without it...

john.g. said...

Yes, you try walking in the stuff when you can hardly walk on dry land! LOL!

Mermaid of Moorgate said...

I jest, of course. Being a canadian mermaid - from waist down, canadian mermaid, from waist up, English female sapiens, I am used to snow. Thanks tho Jon for pointing out that I can't walk on dry land. No, I just flap around on dry ice until some canuk comes with a pickaxe and belabours me about until I die. Or, worse, until some smelly Greenpeace oik comes along and tries to save me

The Old Tarf said...

Hey, snow in the Uk.

Spent two hours scraping the ice off the car yesterday.

Barkis said...

Barkis is willing.