Tuesday, February 09, 2010

So much for "GLOBAL WARMING."


Someone needs to tell Al Gore that his little "Oh, no, the earth is about to burn up" scheme isn't working so well.

Anna Marie just had her FOURTH snow day of this year - as in, 2010.

School has been in session for just about a month, and already they've spent four of those days at home due to snow. She went back today, but some of our surrounding school systems are still out.

Currently, it's about 20 degrees COLDER than usual out there. It's barely above freezing.

As in, it's really, really, ridiculously cold out there - not above average. Not even average. Just really, really cold.

What do you have to say about that, Mr. Gore? Hmmm?

Maybe when it thaws out a little bit around here, we can have a little chat.


Irritable Mother said...

I've been thinking the same thing, Melissa! It's awfully cold outside to be considered Global Warming.

I hope you can get Al straightened out after your little chat! *grin*

Wendster said...

It's about 20 degrees colder than usual HERE too!!! When I came home from scouts at 8 p.m. it was 46 outside! Which for what I'm acclimated to? IS COLD!!! Man that was cold last night.

My poor flip flop shod feet were FREEZING.

13 degrees colder colder and we could have snow. Which I'd prefer. For a while. I'm feeling for you though. Cold that lasts and lasts is something else.

Spring is on the way, I'm sure. We'll all feel warmer then.

Wishes for warmness. xoxox

Melissa said...

We had our town's 150th birthday today, and I had to stand outside City Hall for 30 minutes listening to various speeches and presentations. After just a few minutes, I couldn't feel my feet anymore, or my fingers - which is bad, considering that I needed those fingers to work my shutter button.

Why couldn't our city have been chartered a little later in the year, like April?

I can't wait for spring!

superpaige said...

Cute snowman! We, on the other hand, don't have much snow here, although it is snowing slightly today. But it will be a long time before spring comes to Utah.