Wordless Wednesday - Snow? Again? Here? Global Warming?

We're lucky if it snows once a year here! I shared pictures from when it snowed about 7 inches a few weeks ago. I was SHOCKED when it snowed AGAIN yesterday. Of course it is almost all gone now, but it NEVER snows this much here!

Ummm...here's some global warming pictures for ya! :)




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32 comments:

I am Harriet said...

I am glad we don't have any more snow on the ground. I'm done with winter!

http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/03/dam-hoover-after-the-update-17000-cars-a-day/

HT said...

This has been the worst winter I can recall since we've been living down in NC for the past almost 11 years.

Jennifer Leigh said...

I only wish ours was gone the next day!

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Erin.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

Haha! Global warming is a crock anyway. :D Looks like he was making the most of the snow! How fun.

Kelli @ RTSM said...

Evan looks like he was having a blast! I wish we would get a little more snow here....my boys had so much fun playing in it!

The Shopping Mama said...

Well, it still hasn't snowed here in Florida yet! Then I'll really know something's crazy.

I admit that I'm kind of a little jealous. Just a little.

Krystyn said...

We had some global warming here yesterday, too! 2 hours early and 2 hour late start today.

Organic Girl said...

Happy Wordless Wednesday:) Evan looks like he is really enjoying the snow. I am aiming for spring flowers here! Winter for us in Canada can be way to long {lol}

Auntie E said...

Oh I know it's time for the spring to come.

Jenna said...

Great Pics! Looks like he enjoyed it!

Pam said...

This has been a horrible winter. We usually get flurries once or twice a winter. This year it seems like it has snowed every week. Actually, I think it has.
I'm ready for spring!

Cascia said...

Winter has been awful even out here this year. We don't get snow but it seems like it has been raining non stop since October.

Whimsical Creations said...

How fun!

I wish mine melted that fast.

Katrina said...

I love the snow, but we are ready for sunshine!!! Your little one seems to be enjoying it!

~ Noelle said...

we actually had snow... for a few hours!
The baby got to play in it, so it was fun!

Allison said...

Wow, I think you had more snow than we did this year, and I live in Wisconsin!

Christa said...

How can we believe in global warming when it keeps getting colder lol. WORST WINTER EVER!

blueviolet said...

It's such a tiny little bit that it really just makes me laugh! He's adorable in his excitement!

Katie said...

We've hardly had any snow here in Denver this winter - you must have gotten all of ours!

SuperAngel said...

I think they used to wrong word... should have been Global Freezing... :P
looks like he's enjoying it tho!

Emily said...

I don't know where you are but we've had snow 3 times here in GA!! Unheard of! I'm more than ready for spring.

Pamela M. Kramer said...

I guess I will stop complaining about the weather now. It makes me cold just looking at it! Brrrr

Mighty M said...

This is the winter you will remember for a long time I think! :)

Stefani @ MommyEnterprises.com said...

I don't get snow where I live. Sometimes I wish for it but then again I am glad it doesn't snow.

lfhpueblo said...

Wonder next year how much the jet streams will be tauted as being messed up by the earth tilt of 3 inches from the earthquake in Chili. Do you know some people are blaming earthquakes on geothermal drilling. I'd like to know what caused the earthquakes before there even was such a thing as geothermal drilling.
Global warming, don't believe it. I think this something that comes in cycles. I mean, it's great to have alternative forms of electricity and fuel, but don't give out skewed info to everyone and then try to make them swallow it. I'd love to be able to afford to have solar or wind power installed, but more so that in the long run I could get off the grid and not have to pay a company to heat my home, or for me to have the electricity to run the items in my home that need to use that form of energy.
Your pictures are so cute.

MelissaAggie98 said...

Great pics! I know y'all are probably sick of all that snow, but down here in Houston, I'm jealous! :)

Amy A.K.A. "The Mrs." said...

Darn that snow! I'm done with it. Over it. Want it gone.
I can't believe that you're getting so much snow this year.

JamericanSpice said...

Indeed! Here's to global warming. I'm freezing my tush off!

We don't really get snow either and yet quite a few times now we've had dusties and frozen pipes, water etc.

Little man is definitely enjoying the flurries!

Baba said...

Thankfully we've only had a bit of snow this season.

Beth said...

It has been a wet winter and cold for everyone. FL in the 50s was weird for them. Global Warming is not true. Just a way to get people to live a certain way. THe Gov't controls us, ya know. This is coming from the farmers I know, LOL.

Tired Mom Tésa said...

That does have to be so weird to see that much snow. It makes for great memories and cute pictures though at least!

LAR1975 said...

To each her (or his) own, but you posters are right in that "global warming" is an inept characterization.

"Climate change" is far better. If anything, the 40-plus-inch snows we've had this year *should* make people think about the changes the Earth is going through--like menopause for the Earth (ha-ha).

But seriously, everyone should give it some thought and do research on their own. Just because 1 study used poor methodology and has been taken out of context does not mean catastrophic climate change is unreal. And our children and grandchildren (and beyond) will reap the consequences of hundreds of years of industrialization and fuel/resource hedonism, not us, so it's even easier to pooh-pooh that perhaps, just perchance, humans are one of the root causes (never mind possibly _the_ root cause) of said changes.

If I may include these, here are a few good articles, for your reading pleasure, no doubt (those of you who will invariably send me hate mail!). But don't take it from me, take it from scientists such as National Geographic, the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, and even "thoughtful" Christians, etc.: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/12/1206_041206_global_warming.html and http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-basics and http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-basics/coalfacts.cfm and maybe even
http://www.thethoughtfulchristian.com/new%20site/Main/ProductDetails.asp?txtProductID=5031 (though I can't totally vouch for the latter, as I don't have access to their lesson plans).

In any case, if someone wants to bash an oxymoron, try "clean coal" on for size instead.

On a pleasant note, your little guy is adorable--glad he can enjoy what so many of us dread!

Pleasant travels to you all!
Leigh

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