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She's Freakin' Crazy.


Mother Nature...that's who.

Today, we woke up to snow. Like, "on the ground" snow, not just "falling from the sky" snow. Then, it melted.

About 30 minutes ago, we had this:


Then the sun came out.

Then it started 'slaining' (that's my made up word for sleet/rain).

Now? It's kinda sunny AND snowing, raining, sleeting.

Oops. Scratch that. In the time it took for the video to upload, the snow/rain/sleet has stopped, and the sun is shining.

Mother Nature needs a psych consult.

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  1. Mother Nature is quite confused!

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  2. It was fun hearing your voice on this little video Mama M. I know this weather is so frustrating. It goes back and forth from sunny and warm, to cold and raining...and even snow! Ugh! I feel your frustration!

    Linda

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  3. LOL! I hear you! Crazy... Mother Nature must have multiple personalities.

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  4. wow, she is just as bad at Aunt Flo....or whatever you call her. They both need a beating!

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  5. Ugh! We had 91 degrees a couple of weekends ago, but yesterday our high was in the 40's! At least we're all in the same boat :D

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  6. Same here in NY...Hope Mother Nature figures it out soon...I'll help pay for a psych. session!!

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  7. Wyoming has behaving the same way... I like that, Mother Nature needing a psych consult!

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  8. living here in WI I totally agree

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  9. That is just pure craziness! Hope "she" gets her act together and pulls out some spring time weather for you soon. I could not even imagine snow this late in April... I keep on telling ya.. move on down ;)

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