Monday, October 23, 2006

This Is What You May See in October...

...if you live on the east side of Cleveland.



I guess my late nights on the patio with Thom Yorke and a Newcastle are out of the question for now.

16 Comments:

Blogger Jen said...

heh... and if you were in LA it'd be 90 degrees and you would wonder where the Fall is. Enjoy the change of seasons!

5:46 PM  
Blogger Lynda said...

I'm with Jen - here in So Cal it's 90+ and the hot wind is blowing like a banshee!

5:53 PM  
Blogger Kate A. said...

Well, here in NYC it's chilly and rainy...and we have no patios. :-(

6:56 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

YUCK!! How can something so evil look so pretty in a picture.

10:31 PM  
Blogger Cat said...

No snow in Stockholm, yet. But during my trip up north I saw a lot of it!

3:09 AM  
Anonymous Annie said...

Same crap over here on the West side! I feel your pain!

6:44 AM  
Blogger Glaistig said...

It was such a hot summer here that I've been enjoying the cold weather and occasional snow sprinklings. The wheel of the seasons grinds on!

9:41 AM  
Blogger jennie said...

HURRAH for snow! Yeah, I love winter. I love fall, too, but there is something magical about the first snow. Besides, now is the time that all those handknits start to come in handy :)

9:47 AM  
Anonymous Kristin said...

crazy! It's too early for snow. I'll stop complaining that I'm freezing when it hits 69 degrees here in Texas.

9:50 AM  
Anonymous Good Egg said...

In Richmond (IN) there were flurries, with a real snowfall tonight. I'm a bit aprehensive- I live in a poorly-heated dorm room and it's my first midwestern winter!

10:27 AM  
Anonymous LaurenW said...

It's wicked-cold here on the West Side, too. We've had some snow, but not too much is sticking - yet. I'm actually really excited because i LOVE to knit while it's snowing! But I HATE to drive in it!

10:40 AM  
Blogger Sourire11 said...

ugh we got it on the west side too - more ice than snow, though...

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Ellen said...

No! Say it ain't so.

It's too early for snow and ice and all that. But if you've got it, then Boston can't be far behind. Sob!

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Magrit said...

You have a real October !! Here, in Serbia, it is 21 degrees Celzius !!! Not healthy !

9:04 AM  
Anonymous Erica said...

Well, if you layered up in all sorts of knitted goods, you might be okay? And enough Newcastle could make you forget the cold...

9:26 AM  
Blogger Carola said...

Snow! I love winter, except for the ice maybe.. It's just to slippery! And not quite as picturesque as snow after all. Time for the warm winter clothes.
PS are you sure, it's really Thom Yorke on your patio? I could swear he is sometimes commuting with me in the bus in Reykjavik, muttering oddly and taking pictures of the other commuters with his mobile phone cam. (Seriously, there is a guy here in Iceland, who looks alarmingly like Thom Yorke. Haven't heard him singing yet)

7:44 PM  

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