Saturday, February 6, 2010

sNOpocalypse

Did you hear?
Big snow was coming...
Vraiment?
I don't think so M. Junco--little Mister Snow Sparrow--
Mother Nature has already given me my Spring frock.
Seriously...
Snow doesn't go with this shade of goldfinch.
Just so you know.
It's only a matter of time now before the ducks get here.
Bien sur.

17 comments:

Treasia Stepp said...

Does this mean we can start wishing for spring? How that would be wonderful right now. Love the goldfinch.

Country Girl said...

I sort of like winter, though. Vraiment!

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Bring it on, spring that is, s'il vous plais.

Tammy said...

Very cute! This whole winter has felt like spring in the NW!

TSannie said...

Origami. There, another language!
Danke schön!

winetipper said...

A goldfinch yellowing up sure puts a smile on my face! But what is "vraiment" in Spanish, hmmm? Corona and Bacardi are the only words I know...

These Nine Acres said...

My goldfinches are still donning their winter attire. No bright gold here.

Well, that *might* be due to the 29 inches we have on the ground with more on the way Tuesday night.

*sigh*

Snooty Primadona said...

I've been seeing Bluebirds and Cardinals in the yard but they say we have yet ANOTHER snow on the way to West Texas. What a strange year this has been...

Patty said...

Well we got a big snow, Friday afternoon it lasted through Sat. morning.

Flea said...

We had a robin in the yard yesterday! But he won't stop the 4 to 6 inches of snow that are coming tomorrow!!! (I hope)

Hilary said...

Tres funny. :)

Mary said...

Je suis tres fatigue avec l'hiver. Absolument.

Caution Flag said...

We have zero snow and we have zero birds. It's an equation I don't understand.

Daryl said...

Vraiment?

I thought you were estuding espangnol?

Suz Broughton said...

I love the Ducks! Oh, not those ducks. Gottcha.

Sassy said...

♥ the birds......so beautiful!

Lisa said...

I know I am behind time on this post. but wanted to tell you today we had over a dozen robins in the backyard. So I know spring can NOT be far behind...It just can't be.