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While, yes, I agree, winter is a downer, spring means that people who read will be outside more and that means less kindle sales

Talk about a catch 22
 

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FrankZubek said:
While, yes, I agree, winter is a downer, spring means that people who read will be outside more and that means less kindle sales

Talk about a catch 22
It just means I read outside instead of in the house, so no drop in my Kindle purchases.
 

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It means we're that much closer to the months when we suffer through the humid summer heat here and start looking forward to when it begins to cool off in autumn.  ::)
 

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Well, for sure, it's spring in Colorado.  Today is sunshine with a high of 64.  Tomorrow is 37 with wind and snow.  It will be like this for the next 6 weeks.  Really you can't count on doing anything outside longterm because the weather changes daily.
 

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prairiesky said:
Well, for sure, it's spring in Colorado. Today is sunshine with a high of 64. Tomorrow is 37 with wind and snow. It will be like this for the next 6 weeks. Really you can't count on doing anything outside longterm because the weather changes daily.
Can be like that in Chicago too. Go figure. ???
 

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It feels like spring today in Georgia, beautiful blue sky, not a single cloud, bright sunshine, it almost hit 60 degrees today!!! Hooray!
 

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Well I'm going to be ornery and say I love winter - skiing (downhill and xc), sledding, snowshoeing, etc. I like warm weather, too, but it is a bummer when we don't get as much snow as we think we should (and a great deal of jobs in the tourist industry here depend on it). BTW, when the media talks about "New England" getting lots of snow, they usually mean Boston. We've had far less snow in Vermont this year than Boston has.
 

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Spring comes to Florida in February, but it didn't this year. After a fairly mild winter, we've had one cold spell after another. I was all ready to get a couple of tomato plants a few weeks ago. Glad I didn't.

 
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