Thursday, February 13, 2014

Bring me two Pina Coladas...

~One for each hand... 
Let's set sail with Captain Morgan and never leave dry land. 
Troubles I forgot 'em, I buried 'em in the sand.
So bring me two Pina Coladas...~
Two Pina Coladas (the beach cures all) by Garth Brooks
So, what's new in your neck of the woods?

Don't forget to bend your knees when shoveling-ugh.
Have a happy day:@)

30 comments:

  1. Yes we have lots of shoveling going on not so much the Pina Coladas. But, they do sound good for later today.

    Stay warm and safe, enjoy your day!

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  2. Oh my, you certainly 'do' need to bend yours knees for all of that snow..wow !!
    Nothing spectacular in the Northwest corner of the states..a bit of wind and rain (normal).
    Stay safe and warm my friend. xo

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  3. 14 inches yesterday and now coming down hard and fast today too. Could totally use a Pina Colada!

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  4. Oh you cracked me up!!! I'm from NYC, so I also know lots of snow, now that I live here in Ecuador and have a spring like weather is just fine and perfect, cause I hate hot and humid summers too! I do wish I was at the beach which is is 4 hours away and have piña coladas too, lol! Hope it stops snowing son at your neck of the Woods hon!
    Happy Valentine's Day!
    FABBY

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  5. LOL! (sorry, but the bend-your-knees tip made me snort out loud!)

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  6. Same thing. Lots of snow. As a matter of fact its not going to stop snowing until tomorrow morning. Enough is enough!

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  7. I've actually made snow margaritas this winter. One good thing about my recent surgery, absolutely no shoveling! Hang in there!

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  8. Come visit, and we can stroll right down the street and get some!

    It is cold here for us. Stiff, chill breeze. I am at home in my flannels. Again. I don't do winter. For some reason I have been really cold this year as has Mr. Magpie. We are winter wimps.

    xo

    Sheila

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  9. That's a lotta snow! You stay warm, ya' hear!
    Here in my neck of the woods, we are 15 degrees above normal and in desperate need of rain. :(

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  10. That's a lot of snow! Stay safe and warm.

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  11. I think I would rather a very hot coffee if I was in your neck of the woods.
    Merle.............

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  12. I'm afraid to tell you what it's like here, breezy and 68, tomorrow high of 72 and sunny. Before you get upset, think of what's it's like here in August and September when it's hot & humid as you-know-what and a hurricane is brewing out in the Gulf of Mexico. What goes around comes around. As they say, this too will pass. Hang in there Lynn or come down and see me and we'll have a pina colada or three and put Jimmy Buffet on the speakers on the lanai :)
    Sam

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  13. It's cool here today but not cold so why don't you come to Florida for those drinks! Sweet hugs!

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  14. Now that's SNOW! Down here in Austin, Texas, we get excited if the temperatures drop to freezing and we get a little rain for fear of a "winter mix". Being from Montana originally, I find it a little humorous. I sure do miss that white stuff around the Holidays. Its cold, and a pain to shovel all the time, but i don't think anything is as BEAUTIFUL as waking up in the morning to the glisten of fresh fallen snow; the peace, quiet, and sense of calm feels like what I imagine Heaven to be.

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  15. That's a lot of snow! We haven't had snow here in England yet!

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  16. Well it's snowing and we will probably get 10". We have a flight to Key West that better not be cancelled on Sunday :-)

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  17. We have the same thing here in NC, what a winter. Spring will seem so sweet this year! I love that!

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  18. Lordy Lordy, I just can't imagine dealing with that white stuff all winter long! Pina Coladas for everyone!!
    Jenna

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  19. I'm just happy this latest winter blast has passed us over. We'll be getting a few inches, but I can deal with that! Stay safe and warm and well hydrated ;)

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  20. That snow is waaaay too much, Lynn! I hate to tell you, but I had a few piña coladas on the beach last week. What a wonderful break that was. xo

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  21. A pina colada will sure the winter blues, indeed! I must say, in our neck of the woods down in south Texas, it's to be in the 80's this weekend! It's hot and cold, hot and cold and many are sick, bummer. I'll take a bit more cool weather, even cold. Our summers are hot and long! Cute post!

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  22. HI Wow! That sure is snow!Looks like a whote mushroom. Hope you view the 'whale' video today for St VAlentine's DAy

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  23. We got our first big snow yesterday Lynn, I don't know how you've dealt the quantity that you've had this winter. You need the whole bottle of Captain Morgan and a bottle of ibuprofen for your aching back! Stay warm!

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  24. Oh My Gosh! Better switch to Jimmy Buffet and tequillaville! Very pretty. Too bad about the shoveling.

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  25. Not much new here. Work, work, work. Messy house. No snow though even though the news hour made it into a possible apocalypse. It never materialized. I think they just had no other news to report on.

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  26. What's new? Over 65 days of continuous snow cover and over 45 days of SUB zero temps. I feel your pain.

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  27. Our house looks pretty much like your picture. Our road is clear but our 600ft driveway with a big dip in it so we haven't gone anywhere!

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  28. A lot of snow! :-) I believe if I could get to the airport I would head to Jamaica, lots of wonderful drinks there!! We had 10 inches a few weeks ago with freezing rain and sleet, it made for a mess, got cabin fever!

    Michael

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