Losing My Erection Because Of An Anticlimactic Snow Encounter


I know that many of you have posted about the same thing concerning this season; therefore I can see that no matter where we live in the world, we’re ALL experiencing a similar bipolar winter.

One day it’s gray and freezing; looking as though it’s going to snow. Then the next day it’s sunny and 75 degrees; looking at people walk down the street wearing tank tops, shorts, butt cracks, and flip-flops.

I’m almost half tempted to place my winter coat and gloves in the back of my closet, and bring my beach umbrella and sand bucket up to the front. But I'm sure no sooner after I did that a nor’easter would suddenly hit.

Um….excuse me, but is it winter or summer? I really can't tell anymore.

For me being a winter lover, this particular season has been extremely frustrating.

Almost as frustrating as experiencing anticlimactic sex.

Just when I get to the point of achieving orgasm (a good winter snowfall), I lose it by having it turn into nothing more than a drizzly, lukewarm, half-baked, faked-you-out-climax.

And then suddenly my manhood falls into a limp spaghetti noodle.

NO SNOW.

I realize I’m very much alone in my feeling when it comes to winter, but if I’m going to experience winter, I would like some WHITE STUFF please.

And not just a few measly-looking flakes that last for ten seconds and then stops. No, some REAL snow. Like out of a Norman Rockwell painting.

Saturday morning, right before I got ready to go to work, I looked out my window and much to my delight saw it SNOWING. And snowing HEAVILY.

*doing the happy dance*

So I immediately grabbed my camera and took these photos…..



But by the time I uploaded them onto my computer (which took no more than TWO minutes), I turned to look out the window again, and saw this….



I stood there thinking to myself, “Okay, was it just snowing or what?” And if I hadn’t had the pictures to prove it, I would have thought I had just experienced a hallucination.

Here I was two minutes ago, getting all excited and ERECT about the snow.

But then suddenly everything went…..


*Note: For those of you who ARE having snow this winter, could you kindly send me some in a Styrofoam thermal container? I promise to reimburse you for the shipping. Thank you….x


UPDATE: I don't know what's going on with my blog right now and commenting, but it seems that Blogger and Disqus are having a technical conflict. And what's strange is that some of your comments are coming through, yet others are not. So if you have a problem leaving a comment, I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. Hopefully, this will work out soon. Thank you for your patience.

UPDATE 2: I fixed it. Thank you for your patience.

63 comments

  1. Good morning Ronnie,

    My goodness, that is what they call faking it indeed... I would have sworn that those photos were from two different days if you had not said so. Weird...

    Don't ya be asking me for your styrofoam cup of melted joy because in the Paris area, I snowed 1 day and a half since this winter. Making a :( for you.
    Hoping for you one last "big O" ;) in the form of a late winter snowfall
    You never know; it can happen!

    Big hugs and happy Monday.
    xox

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  2. LOL!!! We are seriously in need of snow here too Ron...Usually here in Upstate NY we get ALOT of snow. Not so this year. Honestly, I cannot remember another year when we have had these warm temps and no snow. I'm not a huge fan of the ice and snow, but not having to drive in it every day to go to work certainly helps!! It seems we should get at least one really good storm with ALOT of accumulation before the season ends...one can only hope!! Happy Monday Ron!!

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  3. PEARL NAYLORFebruary 27, 2012

    Great shots Ron. You know I'm a summer gal - I don't like snow so if we get any more I'll be sure to send it over to you Ron. ;)

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  4. Well, BOO HOO HOO Ronnie! I'm LOVING this winter!!! Have only had to break out the snow blower about 6 times all season, compared to most winters when I have to use it 3 times/day!!!

    And I don't know if it's just my computer, but WTH is with the 50 lines of gibberish after your Note?? Blogger went crazy on you!

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  5. It's been a HORRIBLE winter!!! Not that I expect snow down here in Hell but I do want a few chilly/cold days, at least! It's been in the '80s every. damn. day!

    I feel your pain, bro.

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  6. Wow, Ron, you really caught my attention with that headline! It's been a crazy winter--you see a guy wearing shorts standing next to a lady in a parka--but as someone who hates cold weather, all I can say is the warmer the better. Sorry your snow-gasm hasn't happened yet, but one of the nastiest blizzards I ever saw happened in April. So don't give up the shovel. Old Man Winter may take some Viagra and let you have it! Have a great week, buddy!

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  7. So sorry you've gotten so worked up about things happening (snow) and then getting blue balls because it didn't happen. Dang... and you thought that was supposed to stop with teen hood, huh? Hope you get your little bit of heaven (snow) but can you make it happen just like around you? I don't really want any here! Have a wonderful week!

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  8. Bonjour Barb~

    "My goodness, that is what they call faking it indeed... I would have sworn that those photos were from two different days if you had not said so. Weird..."

    Isn't that the STRANGEST thing you've ever seen? I've I hadn't experienced it myself, I would have sworn it was two completely different days!

    "Don't ya be asking me for your styrofoam cup of melted joy because in the Paris area, I snowed 1 day and a half since this winter."

    Yes I know, it's been like that everywhere in the world. The only place that seems to be getting any snow are parts of Canada.

    "Hoping for you one last "big O" ;) in the form of a late winter snowfall
    You never know; it can happen!"

    HA! You're right, the "big O" can happen in March or even April, because I've seen it happen!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Happy Monday! And have a wonderful week!

    (((( You )))))

    XO

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  9. Goooood morning Jeanne~

    "We are seriously in need of snow here too Ron...Usually here in Upstate NY we get ALOT of snow. Not so this year. Honestly, I cannot remember another year when we have had these warm temps and no snow."

    I know, isn't it INSANE???? I used to live in NYC and know that Upstate normally gets a TON of snow during the winter months.

    "I'm not a huge fan of the ice and snow, but not having to drive in it every day to go to work certainly helps!!"

    True, having to drive in snow is a bummer. That's one of the things that's really nice about living in a city because the snow is all taken care of BY the city. I only have to walk to work, so it's not really a bother.

    "It seems we should get at least one really good storm with ALOT of accumulation before the season ends...one can only hope!! "

    *fingers crossed*

    I'm hoping for just ONE good snowfall before Spring hits. And it may just happen :)

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Have a wonderful week!

    X

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  10. No real snow here either to speak of, just a dusting that was gone in no time! If any comes this way, I'll forward it to you!

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  11. Good morning Akelamalu~

    Thank you. I took these shots so fast, I didn't even know if they would turn out.

    "You know I'm a summer gal - I don't like snow so if we get any more I'll be sure to send it over to you Ron."

    *smiling*

    Thanks, m'dear!

    Have a wonderful Monday and week!

    X

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  12. Hey there Peg~

    "So sorry you've gotten so worked up about things happening (snow) and then getting blue balls because it didn't happen. Dang... and you thought that was supposed to stop with teen hood, huh?"

    Bwhahahahahahahahahhaha! LOVED that, Peg!!!!!!!!

    "Hope you get your little bit of heaven (snow) but can you make it happen just like around you? I don't really want any here!"

    Yeah, perhaps if I took some of the ice from my freezer and just sprinkled it on me - HA!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, dear friend. Have a WONDERFUL week!

    (((( You )))))

    X

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  13. Good morning SuziCate~

    "No real snow here either to speak of, just a dusting that was gone in no time!"

    Yes, that's how it seems to be EVERYWHERE - just a dusting.

    "If any comes this way, I'll forward it to you!"

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!

    Have a wonderful week, my friend. And thanks so much for stopping by this morning!

    ((((( You ))))

    X

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  14. "I realize I’m very much alone in my feeling when it comes to winter, but if I’m going to experience winter, I would like some WHITE STUFF please."

    Not alone, Ron. You have your Portland buddy who is also fanatical about both snow and a good erection!!

    Err...you know what I mean...

    I hope your wishes come true and you have a good nor'easter blow through before winter is officially dead!

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  15. Howdy Mark~

    "Not alone, Ron. You have your Portland buddy who is also fanatical about both snow and a good erection!! "

    Bwhahahahhahahahaha! Freakin' HILARIOUS!!!!

    Yup, I knew that YOU would probably be the only person who feels the way I do about this.

    "I hope your wishes come true and you have a good nor'easter blow through before winter is officially dead!"

    Oh, me too! Me too!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy! Have a faaaaaaabulous week!

    X

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  16. Pamela D HartFebruary 27, 2012

    Ron, if I didn’t know what you were REALLY writing about I would think I found an erotica blog…


    I would like some WHITE STUFF please, could you kindly send me some in a Styrofoam thermal container? Just when I get to the point of achieving orgasm suddenly my manhood falls into a limp spaghetti noodle. And not just a few measly ten seconds and then stops, some REAL delight. Here I was two minutes ago, getting all excited and ERECT, and if I hadn’t had the pictures to prove it, I would have thought I had just experienced a hallucination.


    There you have it. Ron’s Erotica Extraordinaire!


    I can’t say I’m sorry about the snow, my friend. I’m loving that we are having a mild winter. I got to get my Jeep washed today! I’m wearing a “thin” coat! I’m doing a happy dance.


    I’ll let you know when August/September rolls around what kind of winter we’ll have. My Boxer dog, Kommit, can predict our weather. It’s all in how she sheds. According to “her” we were going to have a mild winter AND Spring is right around the corner!

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  17. Hey there Pamela!

    "Ron, if I didn’t know what you were REALLY writing about I would think I found an erotica blog… "

    Bwhahahahahhahahahaha! I know, today's post should be Playboy magazine!!!!!

    I can't help it, the sight of snow....makes me ERECT!

    Bwhahahahhahahahaha!

    "I can’t say I’m sorry about the snow, my friend. I’m loving that we are having a mild winter. I got to get my Jeep washed today! I’m wearing a “thin” coat! I’m doing a happy dance. "

    Yes, I think most people feel as you do and are actually HAPPY about this winter season. My only worry is that with a warm winter, we're going to get a very HOT summer. Oy vey!

    "I’ll let you know when August/September rolls around what kind of winter we’ll have. My Boxer dog, Kommit, can predict our weather. It’s all in how she sheds. According to “her” we were going to have a mild winter AND Spring is right around the corner!"

    Flawless, Pamela!!!!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Enjoy your day and week!

    X,
    Erotic Ron

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  18. Wow, Ron, you really caught my attention with that headline! It's been a crazy winter--you see a guy wearing shorts standing next to a lady in a parka--but as someone who hates cold weather, all I can say is the warmer the better. Sorry your snow-gasm hasn't happened yet, but one of the nastiest blizzards I ever saw happened in April. So don't give up the shovel. Old Man Winter may take some Viagra and let you have it! Have a great week, buddy!

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  19. It's been a HORRIBLE winter!!! Not that I expect snow down here in Hell but I do want a few chilly/cold days, at least! It's been in the '80s every. damn. day! I feel your pain, bro.

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  20. Well, BOO HOO HOO Ronnie! I'm LOVING this winter!!! Have only had to break out the snow blower about 6 times all season, compared to most winters when I have to use it 3 times/day!!! And I don't know if it's just my computer, but WTH is with the 50 lines of gibberish after your Note?? Blogger went crazy on you!

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  21. Hey there Rob~

    "Wow, Ron, you really caught my attention with that headline!"

    HA! I changed that post title THREE times and finally decided on this one. Aren't I SMUTTY? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    " It's been a crazy winter--you see a guy wearing shorts standing next to a lady in a parka--but as someone who hates cold weather, all I can say is the warmer the better."

    Yeah, like shared, I think I'm pretty much alone in my wanting it cold and snowy this year because most people are so HAPPY that's it's been as warm as it's been. AND no snow!

    And you're right....I've seen it snow in April too, so we might just be getting a good one then.

    "Old Man Winter may take some Viagra and let you have it!"

    Bwhahhahahhhhahaha! HILARIOUS, Rob!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, buddy. And sorry it took all day to get your comment published but I'm having some issues either with Blogger or Disqus, so I had to publish YOURS and several others by cutting a pasting it to this post. Oy VEY!

    Have a great week!

    X

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  22. Hey there Lady Nitebyrd~

    Yes, hasn't it?!!? It's been so bipolar!

    " Not that I expect snow down here in Hell but I do want a few chilly/cold days, at least! It's been in the '80s every. damn. day! I feel your pain, bro."

    Yup, I talked to my mother a few days ago and she shared the same thing. The weather has been weird everywhere.

    Thanks for stopping by, Sis! Have a SUPA' week!

    X ya!

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  23. Hey there Bijoux~

    "Well, BOO HOO HOO Ronnie! I'm LOVING this winter!!! Have only had to break out the snow blower about 6 times all season, compared to most winters when I have to use it 3 times/day!!!"

    Yeah, yeah, I know....everyone is LOVING this winter except me. I truly think I need to go live in Alaska - HA!

    "And I don't know if it's just my computer, but WTH is with the 50 lines of gibberish after your Note?? Blogger went crazy on you!"

    Well, as you read from my Update on the bottom of this post, I'm having issues with commenting, but I found out from Disqus that it's an issue on Bloggers side, not theirs because they check everything out for me and the system is working fine. So what you're seeing may have something to do with that. However, I asked a few of my other readers and they said they saw nothing there, so I'm not sure if it's my blog or your computer.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Hope you had a MARVI Monday! Enjoy your week!

    X

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  24. Oh. :-( You poor, poor thing..... What a tease to start--and then to suddenly stop midway through your ...umm.....celebration? Cool photos though?

    *laughing*
    We had another 4 measly inches the other day. NOT that I'm complaining--it was perfect for snowball making. Well, more like slushball making.....but it did stick together!
    No Mr. Snowmans kinda snow--and certainly not in the quantities that we're accustomed to. NOT that I'm complaining! (feeling a need to keep letting the Big Guy know that should He think to misinterpret what I'm sayin' here--I'm NOT looking for a foot or better of the white stuff......JUST clarifying!)
    I also know this is the mid-west and it's basketball tournament time! Yes--there's this phenomenon that happens around this time.
    *wincing* It's called SNOW.
    *sigh*
    I'm so hoping to avoid it. All for selfish reasons, of course!
    *hanging head*

    Geeze.
    And we JUST got a snowblower this year!

    Dangit.
    Shoulda held off for 'end of the season sales'.

    NOT that I'm complaining.


    I am NOT COMPLAINING!!!!!

    I'm doomed for a buttload of snow now, ya know....
    That's okay.
    I KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE!!!!!!!

    :-/

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  25. Hiya Mel~

    "You poor, poor thing..... What a tease to start--and then to suddenly stop midway through your ...umm.....celebration?"

    Yes, no HAPPY ENDING....bwhahahahahhaahhahahaahaha!!!!

    "We had another 4 measly inches the other day. NOT that I'm complaining--it was perfect for snowball making. Well, more like slushball making.....but it did stick together!"

    I know from past years and reading your blog that you normally have TONS of snow every year, however this year you're not, so I KNOW something is up. But I think that's happening everywhere in the world this winter. It snows, then stops, it snows, then stops.

    I think parts of Canada are the only places having any REAL snow this year.

    "Geeze.
    And we JUST got a snowblower this year!

    Dangit.
    Shoulda held off for 'end of the season sales'."

    OMG, it's so ironic you said that because a woman I work with said the same thing this year. She and her hubby bought a brand new snowblower this year, yet haven't had the chance to use it even ONCE!

    But I have a very strong feeling that March and even April will be the coldest months of the winter, AND bring us snow.

    *crossing my fingers*

    "doomed for a buttload of snow now, ya know....
    That's okay.
    I KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE!!!!!!!"

    Oh please....and feel free to send it MY way, Mel!!!!!!

    Thanks oodles for stopping by, dearest lady. Hope you had a MARVI Monday!

    ((((( Mel )))))

    X

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  26. Herman TurnipFebruary 27, 2012

    "Losing My Erection"...isn't that an REM song? ;-)

    Sorry about the snow. I know I couldn't function in weather like that. Give me a San Diego winter any day of the year!

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  27. Howdy Herman~

    ""Losing My Erection"...isn't that an REM song? ;-)"

    Bwhahahhahahahaha! Yes, you're right....the parody to "Losing My Religion."

    Touche'!

    "Sorry about the snow. I know I couldn't function in weather like that. Give me a San Diego winter any day of the year!"

    I know, I'm pretty much an eccentric when it comes to snow. I ADORE IT!!!

    Oh, but San Diego I hear has THE MOST flawless weather. Never cold, never hot....just perrrrrrrrrrfect!

    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, buddy. Hope you had a super Monday!

    Enjoy the rest of your week!

    X to you and the family!

    P.S. again, your Five Minute Fiction story today was BRILLIANT!

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  28. Tee, hee...loved the ending, Ron!

    But I don't know about snow, I'm pretty much a warm weather girl. Anything below 65 makes me shiver!

    Have a wonderful week, Ron. Hope you get some snow!

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  29. the snowy scene is so pretty! I would never even believe that it was the same day though - very bipolar indeed! With groundhog day well behind us, the countdown to spring is marching onward, so I do hope you get a proper snowfall soon :)

    Trailriders made their way to Houston last Friday hailing the beginning of the annual rodeo season and the end of winter for this town. Some early bird bluebonnets and azaleas are already opening their pretty blooms around these parts too.

    Sending a frosty hug xoxo, diane

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  30. Hola Denise~

    Thank you. I searched and searched online last night for an ending photo and when I saw that one, I FLIPPED out because it was perfect for a 'limp spaghetti noodle' finish - HA!

    " I'm pretty much a warm weather girl. Anything below 65 makes me shiver!"

    Yes, I know....most people can't stand being cold, let alone SNOW.

    Ooooooo...but LOVE me those cold-snowy winter days when I can eat hot soups with warm bread and butter. Cold and snow make me feel so cozy and relaxed. Yeah, I know.....I'm WEIRD!

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Always FAB to see ya!

    Have a woooonderful week.......X

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  31. Katherine KrigeFebruary 27, 2012

    I know you saw the pictures of the "monster" snow storm that ahem walloped us last week. While I would be off to the beach in a heart most days, I do appreciate a nice snowy day for a delightful walk about. And snow angels beat out sand ones any day. I guess we have to wait for next winter :(

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  32. Hey there Diane~

    "I would never even believe that it was the same day though - very bipolar indeed!"

    Is that not the most BAZAAR thing?!?!? Honestly, those photos were taken only TWO minutes a part.

    "With groundhog day well behind us, the countdown to spring is marching onward, so I do hope you get a proper snowfall soon :)"

    Oh, me too, Diane. Me too! Just ONE good snowfall is all I ask. And we may just get it this month.

    "Some early bird bluebonnets and azaleas are already opening their pretty blooms around these parts too."

    Yes, it's the same here! Flowers are blooming like it's SPRING!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear friend. Hope you had a wonderful Monday.

    Have a GLORIOUS week!

    X and hugs to you and Cristybella!

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  33. Greetings Katherine~

    "I know you saw the pictures of the "monster" snow storm that ahem walloped us last week."

    Yes! Yes! In fact, when this happened last Saturday, I immediately thought of you and your post!!!!!!

    " While I would be off to the beach in a heart most days, I do appreciate a nice snowy day for a delightful walk about. And snow angels beat out sand ones any day. "

    (((((( YOU )))))))

    Thank you for sharing that. And I AGREE!! Nothing like snow angels over sand angels ANY day!

    The little boy in me is hoping that March brings at least one good snowfall this year. And believe me, I've seen it happen in previous years.

    *wishful thinking*

    Always FAB to see ya, my friend. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a GRAND week!

    X

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  34. Ron, I am totally with you. I feel like we have been RIPPED OFF this winter. While I love the summer, I REALLY look FORWARD to at least ONE GOOD BLIZZARD white-out-style with 3 three of snowfall.

    Looks like that's NOT going to happen for us.

    *sigh*

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  35. Trying again, Ron. I thought my problem with Disqus was because I was using the iPad instead of the computer but it seems Ake was having similar difficulties. I can't remember what words I used to comment yesterday but if it was something about the weather then I'm lost again 'cause we don't know where the hell we are either. It's either cold or warm, snowy or dry, if I were to take bets on it I would lose. If we get snow though I will send some straight off to you 'cause I don't want any more. Here goes, Disqus here I come... keep battling in there...

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  36. I love the skyline in stiff noodles

    you know how I feel about cold vs warm so this winter is really annoying me

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  37. Jay of The Depp EffectFebruary 28, 2012

    Ahahahaha! I LOVE the 'limp' picture!! LOL!

    We've actually had several of these anticlimactic 'snowfalls' this winter, but we've also had two near-perfect snowfalls! For two weeks running, it snowed at the beginning of the weekend, settled to a depth of about 5-6 inches and looked pretty for a couple of days and then melted before it could become a real nuisance! Aaaah, lovely!!!

    I've only read a couple of blogs this morning, but two of them were complaining about news feeds and both mentioned Google. I hate Google!!! Bad enough that I should be forced to open a Blogger account to comment on Blogger blogs, but then to find out the Google reader is losing people's posts and not 'talking' to other types of systems is just beyond frustrating.

    I use Net Newswire and I'm pretty happy with it. I'm NOT happy, however, to hear that the possible reason my readership was falling off is because no bugger can see when I've posted something!

    However .. I have been missing for a while, so maybe that has something to do it with too. *Ahem!*

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  38. Good morning Valerie~

    Yes, I think I finally figured out what the problem was. Something happened on Blogger right before I published this post Sunday evening - I think it must have been some sort of upgrade in their post editor, because something strange happened, which has never happened before - the post editor FLIPPED OUT and did all sorts of odd things. So I think what happened was that it caused a mistake in the HTML coding within this post, which in turn caused an interference with my Disqus comment box loading properly. So, late yesterday afternoon I republished this post and it seems to have fixed it. I hope!

    Sorry for the inconvenience, dear lady. And thanks so much for coming back and leaving another comment.

    "It's either cold or warm, snowy or dry, if I were to take bets on it I would lose. If we get snow though I will send some straight off to you 'cause I don't want any more."

    Yes, it's been the same way here. The weather has been CRAZY. Yesterday it started off cold, but then by the afternoon it got so WARM I had to take my jacket off because I was sweating! - UGH!

    Still, I'm hoping for one good snowfall in March.

    Have a great week, dear lady!

    X

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  39. Good morning Lady Dianne~

    "I love the skyline in stiff noodles"

    Yes, I was so thinking of YOU when I saw that graphic - it's the CHRYSLER BUILDING - HA!

    "you know how I feel about cold vs warm so this winter is really annoying me."

    Ain't it the PITTS??? Yesterday afternoon I was schvitzing!

    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Have a supa' week!

    X to you and the gang!

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  40. Hey there Meleah~

    "I feel like we have been RIPPED OFF this winter. While I love the summer, I REALLY look FORWARD to at least ONE GOOD BLIZZARD white-out-style with 3 three of snowfall."

    Meeeeeeeeeeee too! Yes, we've been RIPPED OFF this year, haven't we?

    I'm still hoping that in March we get some snow because March can be very cold and unpredictable. So, it may happen.

    *wishful thinking*

    Thanks for stopping by, girl. Have a wonderful week!

    X

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  41. Hellooooooooooooooo Jay~

    Great to see ya, my friend!

    Tee, hee....I found that limp noodle photo online, isn't it faaaaaabulous???

    "For two weeks running, it snowed at the beginning of the weekend, settled to a depth of about 5-6 inches and looked pretty for a couple of days and then melted before it could become a real nuisance! Aaaah, lovely!!!"

    Don't ya just LOVE when that happens? It snows, but then melts away before it becomes a total nuisance. That's perfect because you can enjoy the 'white stuff' but not have to fight with it.

    "I've only read a couple of blogs this morning, but two of them were complaining about news feeds and both mentioned Google. I hate Google!!!"

    Yes! I've also read that on SEVERAL blogs last week. I don't know what the hell is going with Google, but their newest upgrades to their feed reader and email accounts are driving me CRAZY!!!!

    I have not received any of your post updates, so if you've been posting, I'm so sorry. But I will stop by later today to check out your blog. The same thing happened to 'Babs' last week - I missed her last post because I never got it updated.

    Anyway, hope you're having a great week. And thanks so much for stopping by!

    X

    P.S. thanks for letting me know about Net Newswire. I will check it out.

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  42. Hey, Ron!

    Isn't the weather we are having just wierd? Just last week we had a 77 degree day with sun and no clouds. A day later we get SEVEN INCHES! Today we are back up in the 70s. It just isn't normal!

    I would send you some snow in a thermal cup and wouldn't even think of asking for shipping, but no sooner than the snow stopped, it went away. It was just as dramatic as your pictures!

    Hope you're having a wonderful week!

    XOXO

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  43. Hey there Diane~

    " Just last week we had a 77 degree day with sun and no clouds. A day later we get SEVEN INCHES! Today we are back up in the 70s. It just isn't normal!"

    It's been the same way here too. PSYCHO weather!! It's been so warm lately, yet I heard from someone today that tomorrow the temp is suppose to drop down real low and possibly bring rain AND snow!

    "I would send you some snow in a thermal cup and wouldn't even think of asking for shipping, but no sooner than the snow stopped, it went away."

    HA! Thanks, girl!

    Hope you're having a faaaaaaaaaaabulous week! Thanks a bunch for stopping by!

    XOXO

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  44. Yeah! I can comment!

    We haven't had a winter here either. The sun is shining and we've had our back door wide open today. Our snow fall was only a dusting this year, that soon melted away.

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  45. Goooooood morning Babs~

    Yaaaaaaaaaaay!!!!

    Yes, I think figured out what was wrong. It had something to do with the post editor going bonkers right before I posted this on Sunday night, and messing up the HTML code; preventing Disqus from loading properly. So I republished this post and it seemed to work.

    Yup, I think we've all HAD the most bazaar winter this year. Yesterday it was sunny and gorgeous here, today it's back to freezing and raining.

    Thanks so much for stopping back and commenting, my friend. Muchly appreciated!

    Have a wonderful week!

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  46. I hope we get slammed in March!

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  47. Me too, girl!

    Me too!

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  48. My fingers AND toes crossed - HA!

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  49. Funny you are posting this today Ronnie because it snowed pretty bad here today. I was NOT a fan of driving in it!

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  50. Hey there Shae~

    "Funny you are posting this today Ronnie because it snowed pretty bad here today."

    OH MAN......I am soooooooooooooooo jealous!!!!!

    Could you please send me some? Tee, hee!

    "I was NOT a fan of driving in it!"

    Yes, I totally understand and I agree with you. It's NOT fun driving in it.

    I think the reason I love snow so some much is because I live in a city, and experiencing snow is much different in a city than it is in a rural area and having to drive in it.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl! Hope you're enjoying a wonderful week.....X

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  51. And P.S. Say hello to Florida for me!

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  52. hi ron...well seems comments are OK ...so far.

    i was fascinated by the top photo-sorry but not the snow..i detest the stuff. no, the photo with what looks like a graffiti wall or something. in fact it looks so colorful for a rooftop view, don't you think. quite picturesque. as for the white stuff and winter....you know tonight and today is the first rain we've had. and it's so cold i don't want to move my arms out from under the covers to type. yes, i am in bed. ...

    now as for the very graphic nature of your post, you leave me speechless and i do hope, given your reaction, you do get some snow soon, poor man. ;)
    xoxoxoxo and the spaghetti stuck on the tile was a nice "graphic" demo for what you mean ... gotcha.

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  53. Good morning Linda~

    Yes, on Monday I had a glitch in my commenting format, which I think was due to a glitch in my Blogger post editor and the HTML code. I republished this post and it all seems to be running smoothing now. Yaaaaaaaaaaay!!!

    "the photo with what looks like a graffiti wall or something. in fact it looks so colorful for a rooftop view, don't you think. quite picturesque."

    You're right, that photo is a wall graffiti created by an artist here in Philly. Isn't it cool-looking? I can see it right from my window!

    "sorry but not the snow..i detest the stuff. "

    Ha! I know, most people do. I can't help it though, I LOOOOOOOOVE the stuff. Snow makes me feel all giddy and child-like. Tee, hee!

    "now as for the very graphic nature of your post, you leave me speechless and i do hope, given your reaction, you do get some snow soon, poor man."

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Aren't I WICKED????

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dearest lady. Hope your knee is feeling better and that you're having a GRAND week!

    (((((( Linda ))))))

    xoxoxoxxoxo

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  54. I know! It's so crazy. We reached a record high of 68 yesterday and by Saturday, it's supposed to snow. I'm tempted to remove the plow guy's stakes on each side of my driveway, but I know that as soon as I do that, it will snow. OY!!

    Have a great weekend, Ron!

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  55. Hey there Chrissy~

    Hasn't the weather been CRAZY?!?!?!

    "We reached a record high of 68 yesterday and by Saturday, it's supposed to snow."

    Same here!!!! I keep hearing we're getting snow on Saturday, but I'll believe it when I see it.

    " I'm tempted to remove the plow guy's stakes on each side of my driveway, but I know that as soon as I do that, it will snow. OY!!"

    HA! I hear ya, girl!

    Thanks so much for stopping. Hope you're having a FAB week.

    Enjoy your weekend!

    X to you, Millie, Vinny, and Dino!

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  56. It's schitzy here in California, too. In the 80s today and beautiful, but the minute I take the tarp off my deck furniture, I know it will rain. Fortunately, I don't depend on the weather for my orgasms.

    That's why God created chocolate.

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  57. Hey there Jayne~

    " Fortunately, I don't depend on the weather for my orgasms.

    That's why God created chocolate."

    Bwhhahahahahahahahahaha! Jayne, that was FLAWLESS!!!!!

    And I so hear ya on the chocolate, because I feel the same way about dark chocolate....ORGASMIC!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady! Have a great week!

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  58. 72% cocoa at a minimum! Me, too!

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  59. you are seriously crazy (and funny). made me laugh. no more white stuff for you. it's spring! i hate the white stuff

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  60. Hey Val~

    "no more white stuff for you. it's spring! i hate the white stuff"

    *sad face*

    I know.

    HOWEVER, I'm STILL holding out for a snow storm this month. Or maybe April.

    *fingers and toes crossed*

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