Keep those thoughts warm, and the snow will melt and spring will come! :-)In the meantime, let me figure out a way to send you some warmth from Africa... When hot season hits in April, I will be more than keen to share!!
No cabin fever here, either! So I can relate to the not quite spring spring thing. Lovely possibilities ahead of us!
I don't have spring fever yet either. I' still finding tons of winter subjects to photograph. ;-)
Denial is a sure sign of high cabin fever, also known as "mad cabin" disease. It's only know antidote, as you know, is spring.
LOL - I so hear what you're saying.
I'm pretty sure I have Robert's mad cabin disease, even if it hasn't afflicted Mountain Mama!That's a great shot of what we're aiming for, very soon. We checked out trails near the house today. I hope to start riding by the weekend. Yeah!
Cute MM..... It would be if it were but it's not so it won't be!!!! ha haHugs,Betsy
No spring fever, huh? Just hang in there.Nice capture of moving snow melt.
So, is that what it looks like when it is Spring?I hope that it comes soon.
I'll wait for spring photos. Great post.
Ooooohhhhh... I miss spring and summer. I've been ready for spring since November, which probably isn't the best attitude. I am so excited that it is almost March.
Aw, spring is just around the corner. The waiting makes it that more beautiful and worthwhile.
Looking forward to it with you and for you!KK
uh huh, I'm not buying your lack of cabin fever. We live in the most beautiful place ever, and I have it too! Here's to seeing daffodils :)
Spring is creeping northward, I swear. The flowers are budding and bloooming down here in AZ! Hold on for a few more weeks! I love springtime in Utah!
Are you sure? It does sound remarkably like it!
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