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The Blizzard is Coming!! The Blizzard is Coming!! by Bo .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Feb 2011 9:31am The Blizzard hath cometh....... It was a lighter when we woke up--a faint amount of flurrying. So Blaine went on in to work. And then I took a nap on the couch since I still sleepy and didn't have anything to do. When I woke up, it was a heavier snow fall---like these two pictures. I just hope Blaine gets to come home ... Read on »
Blizzard is not that Blizzard by panminmin Posted Fri 29 Mar 2013 8:07am Blizzard is not that Blizzard.The change is not just the gamers for 11 years, for this alone expert of the Blizzard, and the most dangerous change is thought and moral feeling of the entire market withered. D3 is not unsuccessful in saling, sell Key is paid their expenses on distribution of the one-shot deal. Returning a lot of infamy cash the ... Read on »
Northeast Blizzard by Robert Folzenlogen Posted Fri 08 Feb 2013 12:00am Yesterday, a chilly rain fell across Missouri on the south side of a winter storm that was centered over eastern Iowa; north of that central low, snow was falling across the Great Lakes region.  Meanwhile, a second, stronger storm was spinning over southwest Georgia, dragging in copious moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and igniting thunderstorms ... Read on »
Blizzards and Beets by Denise W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 13 Feb 2013 12:00am Last Friday, Brooklyn got a nice dumping of snow... enough to cancel my teaching commitments for the weekend, thus opening up a few unexpected days to fill with the pleasures of cooking, eating and skiing.  As the snow started to fall, the winds howled, and little icy snow pellets ricocheted off the window signaling just ... Read on »
Blizzard 2011 by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Feb 2011 11:07am our part of the world is on hold waiting for a blizzard to arrive. schools closed, snow days, businesses closing early…. i admit i stopped yesterday to get a few items at the grocery story to fill in the next few days.. boy was that lunacy i amused myself looking at what folks were purchasing. and was in awe at the panic tha ... Read on »
Hemispheric Blizzards and Global Warming Not Mutually Exclusive by Corbett K. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 7:00am My being a global warming subject matter expert is not based merely on my extensive work on the topic, my attendance at global symposia or my status as a certified global warming presenter of the National Wildlife Federation. It also is based on the fact that I reside in Florida, a region on the front lines of climate change. I fi ... Read on »
Blizzard update: by Erica P. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:33am 2:43 p.m. It looks like about half of my Christmas lights have blown off the front of the house. Can't tell for sure - I can't get out the front door or the entire blizzard will blow in, and the garage has a small snowdrift *inside* so I'm not opening that one either. And the drift on the deck is about 2.5 feet high now. 3:10 p.m. Now we're ... Read on »
Right now there is a blizzard outside by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 25 Dec 2008 9:46am I'm glad I ran yesterday, because there is a blizzard going on right now. The wind is 25 mph with heavy snow. The forecast is for 6 inches today and 2 more tonight. So, I'll be getting some exercise shoveling snow late this afternoon after the wind dies down. The bushes and trees are all snow covered, and it looks pretty outside. Merry Christm ... Read on »
24 Hour Blizzard Party People by Puglet .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:20pm Leaving work in the wee pre dawn hours Saturday morning, my sweaty work pants froze to my bum. I should have taken that as a sign to go promptly home, climb into bed, pull the covers over my head, and sleep until Monday. Instead I bussed across town, to a 24 hour grocery store, to get blizzard snacks and such. Arriving home, the heat ... Read on »
Bubbles 'n Water= Fun All Around! Bath Blizzard & Aquadoodle by Alyson .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 7:59pm Kids, water and bubbles. Is there a happier combination? Not at our house. Being the spoil-sport that is my job as Mommy, I prefer to keep the water and bubbles either outside or in the tub. Well believe me when I tell you we have tried all sorts of bubble making combos for the tub, all of which have met with mixed results. N ... Read on »