Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Minus 20 degrees

No need to say more.

9 comments:

dot said...

I believe they call this global climate change or I have also heard man made climate change.

Paula said...

Hmmm....71 in Houston. It seems as if we could meet in the middle, right?? That would be a bit more fair!! LOL....bundle up under a warm quilt til things thaw out!

paula, the quilter said...

We have been heating our house via solar and wood. Except in the early morning when the forced air furnace kicks on and then it has to warm up the sheet metal ducts which pop and groan. Not a nice awakening and that is about the only time the furnace kicks on.

meggie said...

Wow, cuddle up in plenty of quilts!!

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

F or C??? LOL! Basically if it is -0F here then the kids don't get to go out for recess. It has been consistently -2F this week - the ocean is steaming - which means the air is very cold indeed. We are lucky though - being surrounded by ocean air - we are warmer than those inland. But for some reason, I am not feeling very lucky. I am feeling a bit glum actually, but my brother tells me to cheer up - he has heard it is going to warm up... in April (always the jokster that brother of mine!) Cheers! Evelyn

Lori in South Dakota said...

I see the cold went south of me, it's 16F here right now.

Linda said...

For a second there I thought you lived in Vermont! :)
We are expecting a storm tonight or tomorrow so I have planned to spend some time quilting - Yeah! :)
Stay warm & safe!
Linda

FLO_rancher said...

Here in Northwestern Nebraska this morning it is finally in the 20'sF..but the wind is blowing 20 mph. No the snow is auditioning, rearranging..just can't make up it's mind where to be located..sorta sounds like planning a quilt top.
Have a Sew Peaceful day..
DEB};o

Lisa Boyer said...

The Bonnie quilts are absolutely gorgeous! I love your mystery quilt--can't wait to see more pictures of it; it's a little hard to see the colors in this shot--I'm sure they are stunning. Jody did a great job, too, with those colors in her scrappy Tobacco Road. Stay warm!!