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Wednesday, 23 January 2013

OLD MAN WINTER IS MAD!!!!!!!

Greetings From Frozen Winterpeg, hope you are all tucked in warm and cozy today, if where you are is cold, here once again this week is yet another frosty morn with a balmy -36 Celsius,.......I decided it will be a snuggle in kind of day, lite a yummy scented candle and delight in  looking over my older issues of Country Gardens magazines, will while away the hours dreaming of Spring gardening.........Stay in my fleecy P.J`s, sip a hot cup of coffee and enjoy the pictures of flowers blooming, will try not to look out the window, but I do love to watch my fine feathered friends at the feeders, gave them lots of seed on this cold Winter`s day............I recieved this little bag of flower seeds from my Neice for Christmas, they are called Flower Bombs, small balls packed with Wildflower seeds you just throw in the garden and viola, beautiful flowers, will bring some to the lake too..............Wishing you all a Happy Wednsday, Prim Blessings Francine.

29 comments:

  1. Oh, Francine! -36???? CANNOT comprehend that kind of cold. I'm still in my PJs and socks and it's in the 50's here!! Enjoy your lovely magazines!
    }}Hugs{{
    Vicky

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  2. Seed bombs....what a cool idea. Its minus 29 today and tomorrow is supposed to be colder. Time to break out the long underwear LOL

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  3. Oh...we are so cold, too, today, Francine. I am just getting used to it. Thankfully I don't have to be anywhere today so I may just do what you are doing!

    Keep warm!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. Oh my goodness..I love the flower bombs!

    So cold there. Today it will be 60 F but drop to freezing tomorrow. I better enjoy it while it lasts.

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  5. So cold here in Wisconsin!
    My truck didn't start when I got out of work last night.
    Too Cold for my aching bones!
    Love the flower bombs!
    Enjoy your magazines and have a wonderful day!
    Think Spring!!

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  6. Hi Francine,
    Stay warm, as I am cuddled downstairs by my space heater! It is to warm up to 25F today!! Snow and then more cold in the forcast! YIPEE!!
    Cannnot wait to see how your flower bombs work out this spring, how fun!
    Enjoy your cozy day,
    Barb

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  7. Flower bombs sound great! I've never heard of such a thing before. Your cozy day sounds like perfection...enjoy!

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  8. Stay warm Francine. Just how cold is -36 celsius in fahrenheit?

    Felicia

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  9. That is some really cold weather. Stay bundled up.

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  10. Here on Long Island it is a freezing 11 degrees! Stay cozy! I am too! I gave the birds some water too. It's hard for them to find some in this weather! Love, Maggie

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  11. Flower bombs? why I have never heard of these Francine, my kind of gardening, "just throw". The wind is howling here in Maine we are in the negitive digits too. Staying close to the wood stove and perusing old magazines sounds like a perfect day to me. Blessings, Julie.

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  12. Send some warmer weather this way..bitterly cold here too..but better this morning..the sun is out..always seems better then.
    I have heard of making mud balls for wild flower seeds..I bet yours are the same idea. I have lots of old seed to use up, perhaps I should make some in the spring:)

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  13. Oh yes it is freezing cold here..hard to think of much else lately! hahaha Brrrrrr!

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  14. flower bombs! how cool is that! what better 'hope' for spring!

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  15. And I thought it was cold here this morning? Oh my gosh Francine, how does one survive? Does you cars not freeze,,, well everything freeze? Do schools still open? I can't imagine. But it sounds like you have a perfect day all planned. I have been going through old decorating mag. trying to weed out my stack. Love the flower bombs. Great idea but never heard of it. My mister would love them. Stay warm and safe.
    Angela

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  16. Wow, well at least with the rain here it is about 55. We don't get too much cold in the South, and I miss it sometime. I will have to order that magazine on country gardens, looks like one I would love. Hope all is well, snuggle down and dream of warmer weather! Hugs, Lynn

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  17. It is mighty cold here to but the sun is shinning so for me that is all I need and of course my fur babies and birdies on the feeders ! That is a cute little seed sack ,that was nice of your Niece . Stay cozy and have a good day !

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  18. Oh my gosh, now that is some kind of cold!! Brrr!!! The seed bombs are new to me, I haven't seen them before. Looks like a great idea. Stay warm!!

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  19. Brr....that's cold! Here it was in the 20's (farenheit) last night! Stay warm and cozy!

    Tammy

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  20. It is the same here... Seed bombs??
    Take care..

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  21. Do the seed bombs make Winter go away? Or at least the freezing cold? Stay warm Francine, Janice

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  22. I'm in NW Ontario, and yesterday morning, it was -47 C with windchill. It's nuts!!
    I spent today cozied up under a blanket, looking through my new seed catalogues...dreaming of spring.
    :o)
    Rose

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  23. I love the idea of those seed bombs!

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  24. Sorry Francine...the pictures of the magazine didn't help, I'm still cold! I am waiting for my seed catalogs to come, maybe that will help lol!

    Stay warm my friend!

    Kendra

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  25. Hey Francine! I too, have old country garden mags and I do the same thing! I've never seen SEED BOMBS before....what a sweet gift!! Have a COZY, wonderful reading time! Roxie

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  26. Boy oh boy it is cold in your neck of the woods! The "seed bombs" sound like an easy way to do a LOT of planting!!!
    Stay warm :)

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  27. Hi Francine...I can't even imagine how cold -36 degrees feels!!! Sounds as if you have a perfect plan for such a cold day. Love the seed bombs!
    Stay warm,
    Robyn

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  28. Hey Francine FLOWER BOMBS!! How cool!! WOnder where she got them!! It's been cold here too! Now we got some SNOW and more on the way tomorrow! yay it is MICHIGAN!! LOL I love looking at the birds too! I am drinking my coffee right now and Sim just fed the birds outside and they are diggin it!! Have a great day friend here's a toast to you on Thursday morning!! XOXO Love Fran.

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  29. This has been a cold cold winter everywhere. Love all your hearts you're making. Time to snuggle in, stay warm, and dream about summer. Mimi

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