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Author Name: FreeLastTempleKnight 5 Comments
Date Added: March 22, 2013 01:03:27 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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~ Spring Days and God's Humor ~
For the first day of Spring the weather was mild but the sun did its best to calm the chill in the air to the mid-fifties (temperature) where I live in the southern United States; but for the second day there has been over three inches of snow (drifts up to a foot deep in some places) along with a temperature below freezing (slightly yet still down there).
In one day there has been more snow than all the Winter months combined over the course of a single 'Spring Day'; if you wonder if God has a sense of humor - yes, he does. That and don't forget not to eat the yellow snow. :op
 
God: "You want Spring... Sure, okay." *winks*
Author's Notes:
Being sick most of the day; I was quite surprised when I poked my head out late at night expected to see a mild Spring night, but instead saw a little bit of God's humor instead.
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Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on March 23, 2013 01:13:13 PM Report
Yep....Watch out where the huskies go.....I feel blessed here in Central Washington...We had very little snow all winter and a mild beginning to Spring...Outside right now it is sunshine and lollipops...I know so many have suffered horribly during this last winter....len
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on March 22, 2013 05:43:25 PM Report


As I read .... I smiled... you just never know what will happen in the Spring of the year!

A wonderful balanced humor...

God has to have some kind of humor to put up with us mere mortals..Cute write...

GReat to have you back...~ She Whispers

Comment By: Premiumsammie bagley on March 22, 2013 01:34:01 PM Report
yes God likes to share his humor a good write
Comment By: FreeTomahawk on March 22, 2013 08:00:43 AM Report


I used to live in the South, but I'm a Yankee by birth, so.... I never encountered snow when I lived down there, but I've heard of it happening. According to some on the Weather Channel, we're supposed to experience some severe weather of all kinds, harsh winters, draughts, etc. Is this an example of God's humour? We'll see. lol.


 


Len

Comment By: PremiumLindaM on March 22, 2013 01:30:01 AM Report

It's that time of year alright. I live in the south too and one day you need a coat and the next a tee shirt.

Oh well, I am not going to complain... My friends in the northeast are still shoveling snow. Burrrr :-))

Linda

 





 


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