Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Snoooow!

What I woke up to this morning...in mid April! 

At least I got my daffodil fix last week in NYC.

The people at Columbia College were very helpful with my research. 


When I got back home, all the ice had melted. I thought we'd seen the last of the snow. You need a good sense of humor and an excellent pair of boots to live in Maine. 


Thanks so much for all your encouraging comments last week. I'm taking a blog vacation to finish the first round of revisions on my novel. My crit-partner, the talented Charlotte Agell, will be reading my work-in-progress next week. I'll be away touring colleges with my 16-year-old daughter.
I'll be back online May 7th. 

Happy Passover and Easter!

12 comments:

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

I know! What happened to Spring? Here we had below freezing temperatures last night.... everyone scurrying to bring in newly purchased plants. Edward and Apple, of course, are thrilled. They think summer has come and gone with barely a ripple.

Have fun the next two weeks!
xo

troutbirder said...

Good luck on all counts, Sarah. :)

teflon said...

Good luck! Some of my friends on the east coast had been talking about snow in April - never really saw the pics. And to think in India we're melting in the sun's heat..

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Sarah:

We cannot believe the way that your winter appears to go on, and on, and on....!! Will there be any time left for spring, let alone summer?

Enjoy your break.

Kellemes húsvéti únnepeket!

Rose said...

We had the same weather and white stuff here this past week; fortunately, it didn't last long. Enjoy your break, and a Happy Passover to you!

Les said...

Good luck with your writing, and I hope you and your family enjoyed the dual holidays. My wife actually gave me a card today with a bunny and rabbi that wished a happy Easter and Passover.

Linda said...

Lovely photos. Greetings from Montreal, Canada. Happy Easter.

Skyline Spirit said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

Skeeter said...

Wow, did not expect to see snow this late in the season but it is Maine so I reckon to be expected. We are having a humid week and it is way too early for that for me. Well, never happy to feel that with me. Ha... Good luck on your quest and summer will be there soon enough...

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I love that: pair of boots. The east coast of Canada has been hard-hit as well.

Sarah Laurence said...

All, thanks! Spring has finally come to Maine...in May!

Les, love it!

cynthia newberry martin said...

I should live in Maine!