Saturday, February 5, 2011

Ugh!

Cold and flu season
is a ^#$#%.

The good news
is I have time to visit 
all of you. 

I'm ready for spring
and I live in the desert. :)
 

28 comments:

  1. Everyone else's thoughts exactly. I think this has been a very hard winter for people. Hope you get a lot of blog visiting done. Take care.

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  2. I hope you get to feeling better, your desert looks pretty good to me right now..Thank you for coming by and leaving such a sweet compliment, truly touched my heart..hugs ~lynne~

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  3. I'm ready for Spring - we have yet another coating of ice over everything today!

    xo
    Claudia

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  4. Jean as you read on my blog I am spending my winter here in your world..a most amazing world I must say! I hear that Glendale is having a chocolate festival!! I'll be there!
    Nice to meet you and experience your wonderful world!Wa ving from Scottsdale!

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  5. I'm saying 'yay' here! I'm ready for some pretty spring too! Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. I am not quite ready for spring. I think that is because summer is not far behind and we all know what that means!!! HA
    I hope to see you next month, Char

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  7. Hope you feel better soon! We have well over 20" of snow here! Your flower is so pretty!

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  8. Hope you feel better! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

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  9. Thank you for your comment on my blog.Lesley

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  10. Hej Jean

    Thank you for stopping by.
    Back in Sweden now...:D
    London was good.
    I LOVE your header with the tricycle.
    Wish you well colds and flu are YUK
    LOVE PEACE enJOY reading blogs
    Julie
    x

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  11. Hi Jean ~ Spring is now just around the corner (I hope)! Hope the flu bug doesn't take too much out of you!

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  12. Your photos are amazing! I love the bikes in the snow. It makes me think of where I am - surrounded by snow - and all the possibilities of spring ahead - the bikes!

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  13. Hi Jean! Thank you for popping by my blog to say hello! It's nice to meet you!
    I'm ready for spring, too. It is a snowy fairy show in Denver this morning. I think I'll put on my boots and venture outside to shoot a photo. I'm really ready for spring - and summer!

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  14. Yes, thank you for your visit and kind words.
    Love the three wheeled bike up top, and, the rose of course.
    Sounds like you, or someone in the family is sick. Hope you feel better soon.

    Annelie

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  15. Ugh...my son has the flu bug too. And I didn't get a shot this year...:(
    Hope you feel better..thinking Spring right along with you!

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  16. Hi Jean, Ugh is right...more snow coming here this week. I have many many plans this week and no time for missed days because of snow and ice. But I have to say I am enjoying the winter and the slower pace...welll...sort of slower! LOL....

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  17. It hit our little
    family like a mack
    truck, starting before
    Christmas...and my
    hubby has finally kicked
    the last of it ~ ugh!!
    Hope you feel better,
    soon!
    xx Suzanne

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  18. Jean,
    Hope you are feeling better real soon. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a lovely comment.
    Karen

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  19. I hear ya! I hope you feel better soon.

    I am trying to love this weather. It zips by so fast and then we have that very long summer weather. But I do know how you feel. :) brrrrrr! Gosh! Are we spoiled or what! :)

    ~Liz

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  20. Pretty flower. We've been through our share of colds.

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  21. Hi Jean! Lovely to hear from you. Yes, winter seems to be dragging for a lot of people this year. We are not complaining about our 50º and rainy weather. Although we still might get walloped with some snow in the next month or two.

    Oh, and I love your header photo!

    best, Georgianna

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  22. This winter has been crazy!

    Hugs,

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  23. I live in your desert. I'm reveling in the current season of not-summer, but the season of dreading-summer is quick approaching. Woe is me. I live in the wrong place.

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  24. Hi Jean,

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet little comment :)!

    Happy Valentine!

    Take care,
    Nona

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  25. I was just visiting Glendale and then came home to 21 degrees and snow in Seattle!!

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