This week Linda, in honour of St Patrick’s Day, no doubt, has given us, green for our Stream of Consciousness posts, which can be used any way we choose
It is not looking very green around here at the moment. We have the return of the ‘Beast from the East’ or rather it’s rather smaller, but no less freezing brother, the ‘Mini Beast From the East.’ It seems that the meteorologists were so pleased with the name that they have given the Siberian weather front that visited us and caused utter chaos, that they have decided to recycle it. How very green of them!
It is starting to look rather a patchy white outside where we have had a couple of hours of light snow. It is trying to settle but is not quite robust enough, which suits me just fine. Hopefully, this time it won’t affect the folks in Ireland too much as they were rather overwhelmed with the huge amount of snow they got from the Beast, it caused no end of upheaval. However, knowing how the Irish are fond of a party, I am sure that they are not going to let a little snow get in the way of their celebrations today.
Happy St Patrick’s Day to all that celebrate it!
It is a tad cold sis, you’re right, though I can still see green outside, interspersed with a little white!
Hi Judy, I live in East Anglia at the coast and so far we only have to deal with lots of very very very cold wind. A couple of snow flakes in the morning that was that. Hope you have a lovely Saturday anyway 🙂
I know you have had a lot of winds as well in East Anglia, especially along the coast. It is so beautiful there though. I am sorry for the late reply but I found this in my SPAM Folder! I hope you had a lovely weekend 🙂
Ha, I am sure too that the Irish will find a way 😄
Yes, and they won the rugby too! 🙂
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day Sis, sorry it’s so late! 💜💜
Thanks Sis, I hope you had a good day. xx
I did thank you very much 💜
Nice post, Judy, this one definitely seems to be the beasts smaller brother.
Yes, we got off with very little snow in the end luckily. 🙂
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