Monday, April 19, 2021

Free Kindle Books for Today 4/19/21 Plus Winter is Not Quite Over!

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So the forecast is for snow..maybe.  One model shows we may get 5 to 6 inches around Tuesday night the next says the snow misses us completely.  One thing for certain is we are going to have a frost.

It's been a beautiful Spring and these weird snows seem to always happen around this time of year.  We have had a wonderful Spring though!  No real big complaints here.


Here are some pictures of Spring blooms in my garden.



Bleeding hearts are a favorite this time of year!  
Our peach tree that was given to me by a wonderful friend is blooming this year.  Probably should cover it up somehow.  Peaches!  

Tulips -I'm tempted to pick a bouquet.  


How's it going in your neck of the woods?





Living Lies (Harbored Secrets Book #1)




Plain Living: The Diary Part One (A Lines from Lancaster County Saga Book 1)




Comfy Canned Food Recipes: Tasty, Timesaving, And Splendid Everyday Meals







Beginners Guide To Knitting Socks: Learn how to Knit Socks Quick and Easy







Bedtime Little Bear (Picture Flats) 


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10 comments:

  1. Snow? Oh wow, I hope not. We are expecting a freeze Wed and Thurs. :( I'll need to bring some of my plants in, but hopefully it will be the last freeze.
    Love the pictures! Your tulips are gorgeous! and I love bleeding hearts. Hope your peach tree blossoms survive the cold ok.
    Have a great week.

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    1. Yea I hope not either. Kind of done with that snow now!
      You have a great week too.

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  2. Pretties! You better cover the bleeding hearts too - they seem so fragile.
    We will get a freeze a couple nights and some snow - nothing much. UGH

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    1. Yep, it's those late freezes and snows you have to watch out for. Come back Spring!

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  3. It is hard to believe they are calling for snow this week. It snowed in the Smokies last night and they are calling for more this week. Crazy weather. LOL

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  4. Frost Tuesday
    Freeze wed 3 am to 10 am. Plus 2 inches of snow.
    Freeze Thurs. 29 degrees with 25 mph winds

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    1. brr it's cold all over! Try and stay warm! Tonight it will be around 30 then Tuesday and Wednesday it dips more.

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  5. It looks like we're going to have a hard freeze tonight too. I'm covering a few things...my tomatoes, bleeding heart & maybe some iris. I have a lot blooming right now & can't cover it all.

    I'm using empty flower pots to cover smaller plants...just turn them upside down over the plant. Large flower pots & trashcans for larger plants & sheets for everything else. I've wrapped large plants with sheets before then pinned them closed with clothes pins.

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    1. good ideas Jenny..I'm going on there with a sheet tonight for the peach tree. That's the only thing I'm really concerned about-the bleeding hearts should be ok and we don't plant tomatoes here till end of May (good thing!) I'm glad your prepared!

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