Hello SEASONS bloggers,
This is is not a color I would wear. but thought it looked cool here. By the way, would not mind if you grab the colors in which the All Seasons sign appearing  in the posts. You may have noticed I put it in different colors:)  No rhyme or reason, just whatever comes to mind.:)

Your posts are beautiful, thoughtful, clever, and some humorous or  cute!! But even when you’re feeling blue, or dark, we won’t mind, as long as no profanity is used. You’re right, not even the first letter of the word.

the story this week, is pure enjoyment of sudden snow:):)

If you like: Today: Seasonal colors
April 16: White
April 23: More ….
April 30: corner or bend


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Hydrangeas, but not blooming yet at 3000 feet.






Right after I posted, it began to SNOW – in April?! Remember I live in California, a subtropical state! This was too good (and super weird!) not to share!






The above was part of my world and Europe’s. On the other side of the globe like Australia, New Zealand the seasonal colors look more like this

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24 Comments Add yours

  1. Kelleyn says:

    WOW! What crazy weather you had this past week!

  2. April snow is not so unusual here. We call it April Fool’s weather… Many people love to go skiing in the mountains during Easter, but I always hope for sunny days in the garden 🙂

  3. Carol says:

    Hope your week is wonderful.

  4. Snow! We had lovely rain. It’s gorgeous today. You wouldn’t think it has been raining. I was thankful for it. Didn’t have to water the flowers. Have a wonderful week, Jesh.

  5. Snow? It’s April for goodness sake — almost Easter. Still a pretty picture.

  6. Thank you so much for hosting.

  7. That photo of the snowstorm is a keeper.

  8. Pat says:

    We live at 6000 feet and had snow 3 times during the night last week. It melts very quickly in the warm day’s sun. I can not grow hydrangeas as the deer eat them down to the ground and I do miss them!

  9. bettyl - NZ says:

    Spring and autumn are such pretty seasons. Thanks for including the Southern hemisphere in your post 🙂

  10. Wow, Jesh! Snow! We have had a very rapid fall in temperature, rain and wind here in Melbourne and nearby mountains received their first snow (quite early, for us here). So climate change happens and we are seeing such strange things…

  11. PS: Continuing your theme of contrasts!

  12. My Desktop says:

    And, yes, another mosaic of contrasts, Jesh!

  13. That’s a lot snow! I loved that Hydrangea. My favorite!

  14. Klara S says:

    Lovely picture of hydrangeas. I hate snow in April. Today we had awful weather as well. In the morning it was 20C (68F) degrees and sunny. Around noon temperature suddenly dropped to 10C (48F) degrees and wind was very strong… The cold was awful. We need SUN here! 🙂 Kolobrzeg, Poland;

  15. Linja says:

    I love the snow picture!

  16. Mitzi says:

    You have definitely has some crazy weather. The hydrangea’s are pretty! Have a blessed week my friend.

  17. Sharon says:

    Snow in April! It is pretty, though. Happy spring!

  18. Joanne Sisco says:

    Snow in April is just wrong no matter where you live! … but at least we can count on it being short-lived!
    Hope your weekend is warm and sunny 🙂

  19. jesh stg says:

    Would be nice for the little kids not to have to get their Easter eggs from underneath the snow, lol.

  20. Joanne Sisco says:

    Today it’s all about pouring rain.

    We never had an Easter egg hunt outside. The weather just doesn’t like to cooperate.

  21. jesh stg says:

    Ugh, sorry! Hope it will be at least dry tomorrow! Happy Easter with or without eggs 🙂

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