Frightful weather, part 2

By Katharine Swan On Thursday, March 26, 2009 At 1:07 PM

Three and a half hours later, and this view of our street had turned into this:

Colorado blizzard


And yes, I spent my lunch hour-plus-change on the couch reading. I figure I've got the rest of the day to work, since I won't be going anywhere anytime soon!


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Blogger Kathy@TheFlawlessWord Says:  

Okay, I don't need any more reminders of winter. It's been in the teens here at night. Tomorrow it is supposed to finally hit 60. I feel like this is the winter that would never end. It's making me feel like I live in Narnia. Where is Aslan?!! LOL

Blogger Katharine Swan Says:  

Sorry you've had such a hard winter, Kathy! Ours was not, really. We had about a month of below-freezing weather around December, but then temperatures stayed in the 50s and 60s for most of February and March. (I can't remember what the weather was doing in January. Is that bad?)

Our big snowstorm ended that, though. It made it into the 50s one or two days afterward, but in general it's been 30s and 40s ever since, and it snowed again on Monday (though it melted again by the end of the day). It's supposed to snow again today, but so far, there's no sign of it!

So to answer your question, we've been keeping Aslan here for the past few months, but he escaped about a week ago. Maybe he left for Pennsylvania!

Blogger Katharine Swan Says:  



We just had thunder, lightning, snow, and hail -- all at the same time.

Third snowstorm in just under a week, and all three of them were kinda freak storms.

If this is Mother Nature's idea of an April Fool's joke, I'm not laughing!!


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Katharine Swan is a full-time freelance writer with more than 5 years of professional writing experience. In addition to maintaining several personal blogs, she writes a variety of online marketing materials for clients, including company blogs, articles, and press releases. In her free time, she spends time with her horse, reads, and writes fiction.

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