Friday, January 29, 2010

Brain Freeze

 


 

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52 comments:

  1. i'm reading this in a room that has all the windows open. the back door is open (don't go there); the front is open with the screen shut; the sliding glass door is open. i'm in a t-shirt and knickers. i just finished a popsicle.

    last night it was 78 degrees in the house. please send snow. and keep on posting snow porn.

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  2. Awesome picture. We are supposed to get a foot of fresh snow tonight, so will be doing exactly that tomorrow.

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  4. You're way too young for hot flashes.

    Chester ;0=)

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  5. We might as well all live in a freezer, it must be warmer.

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  6. Judging by the height of the snow drift, I would think something else would be freezing too!

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  7. i'm turning blue just watching.

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  8. Hot Cocoa please!

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  9. looks like more than just a case of brain freeze to me.

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  10. Can't remember the last time I had a Slurpee. Yesterday was 60F and sunny, and they're calling up to 6" of snow tonight down here. Eek!

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  11. Yikes! 24 below wind chill. I'm going to endure 50 degrees today like a man!

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  12. Holy Frostbite! That is COLD! I don't feel so bad about fifteen degree wind chill now! Nigel, I hope you have your black bar warmer on!

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  13. i might have to steal that caption for a future post!!

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  14. Thats a lotta snow! Keep warm.

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  15. Send these to Al Gore!!! PLEASE.

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  16. I think it is warmer here in Anchorage!! Great picture of Sola!! YUM!

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  17. Woof! Woof! YAH! I can relate. NO snow but it is too cold. BTW: What"s your Slurpee flavor? Happy Friday! Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  18. The danger of facebook is that we forget to check blogs! This is funny!!!!

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  19. Chuckles, chuckles. The gift of a good laugh is one of the greatest gifts of all!!

    I think that Nigel needs a jacket for the next few days!

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  20. Looks like (she typed, spitting a few giggles - and some coffee -)it's gonna warm up quite a bit on Saturday. Sola: we think you can rename your beverage since it probably won't slide through that straw. Stay warm y'all!
    xo Sammie

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  21. I see that you will be having a heat wave on Saturday ...

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  22. I'm khurrently experiencing a wee-bit of chill but no Wonder of The White HERE -

    I'm soooooooo ready!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  23. What a cute smoochy face you have Sola!

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  24. Are you out of your mind? It's freezing and you're standing in snow and you're actually going to down that frozen thing?

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  25. By the looks of that forecast, it's going to be a couple of "three dog nights." You might have to toss in the cat to heat things up even more!

    Sola, baby, it's time to get back into the house and dry out by the fireplace.

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  26. Nice photo. I am jealous of all the snow you have, really! We have none.

    Beautiful Dog.

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  27. I bet that Slurpie isn't going to melt anytime soon!

    Wiggles,
    Brind'Amour

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  28. Always look at the positive... at least you're getting a side dish of glorious sun with all that cold! :)

    We're in the process of being buried. Wow, our first snow of the season. I know, try not to hate us. ;-)

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  29. Anonymous2:41 PM

    Did you guys live up there the winter of 2004/2005? I lived on the NY/Canadian border that winter and for 2 weeks it was 20+ BELOW zero every night and never went above ZERO during the days. One year of that and I was back to SC. Of course today we are anticipating 3-5" of snow with ice. NOT GOOD for those of us in the south. These Southerners panic!
    the western SC gang

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  30. OMD, you must invite the Sibes!!! They'll die for a little fresh snow and a lot of blueberry Icee induced brain freeze. BOL
    Twink!

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  31. Lucky and Ben6:00 PM

    Thinking of you all over here in Melbourne, where it is going to be 34C (93.2F) today and 37C (98.6F) tomorrow. I think we'd rather the snow.... too hot for dawgies, but at least we have got airconditioning!!! (Mum got it just for us)

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  32. Oooo yes! An icy whilst romping in the snow.
    XX-BRD & Hootie

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  33. Brrr!! That picture made the goosebumps rise!

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  34. Here I am reading about your weather... under my blankies!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  35. BOL...Mr. Freezy
    Benny & Lily

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  36. OMD...toooooo cute and cooooollllllllddddd!

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  37. Aptly named!
    My dog says hello:)
    Come visit him!! :)
    he is the star of my blog post!
    mysterymeatloaf.com

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  38. That looks way to cold for me!

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  39. Too cold! Too cold!

    Sam

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  40. Yeppers, there is more than one way to get a brain freeze:) We have bittern cold here too, but we are OK with it, just wishing we had more than the one inch of snow.

    Woos, Phantom and Thunder

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  41. I don't think he's going to share

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  42. You poor honey! I thought it was cold here at 9 degrees, but 26 below? 26 below!!! omg.

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  43. Brrrrr - what are you doing outside in that snow stuff? Go back inside by the open fire!

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  44. We have more snow too, not that much though thank Dog.
    The wind chill here could almost take your fingers off - were we to have fingers!
    Dip Bridge and Elliot

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  45. I think you need to come to AZ ASAP!

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  46. Its here also sooooooooooo cold :(
    Love your shot
    it looks like you had fun!!!
    Hugs
    Kareltje =^.^=

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  47. Might as well be cold inside and out, right?

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