The Wind Chill is Alarming

It's 16 here,  with a wind chill of 1.3
BRRRRRRR
Just dreaming about a warmer day. 
Ya'll stay warm! 
sharing with
Macro Monday 2 & Nature Notes





Journal entry of Joseph Holman, a county judge for Sevier County Arkansas 
Pretty cold then too! 


44 comments:

  1. What a treasure that old journal must be. So neat to see something from so long ago. And, yes indeed, it's a cold one today. Our forecast calls for us to reach minus 14 Fahrenheit today, with strong gusty winds. I'm staying inside.

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  2. Love your sunny yellow flower face! We are -6F with 8 inches of snow on the ground.. High today.. 1 degree. Dreaming of a warmer day with you!

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  3. I hope it doesn't get as cold in your part of the world as it was in 1894. Your beautiful blossoms warmed a frigid day here in Tennessee.

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  4. Very interesting journal entry from Joseph Holman. It is much colder here than where you are. I am longing for spring.

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  5. Stay safe and warm, Terri. That's an interesting journal entry. Love your flower photo - nice to "think spring!"

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  6. Darn cold snap; a good day to remain indoors or dress warming and breath in the chilly air.

    Love the yellows.... heart-warming.

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  7. The yellow flowers are a bit of sunshine on this cold winter day! Stay safe and warm.

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  8. Oh that photo makes me feel warmer! It's minus 11 here, going down to minus 33 with the wind-chill tonight!

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  9. The yellow flower does suggest warmth--we can dream! :-) That's a neat journal entry, too!

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  10. yup, we were 16 here in NE Tx, too.

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  11. the journal entry is charming and lucky that someone thought to save it after Mr Holman was gone-it was written the month and year my Maternal Grandmother and Father were married (BC Canada) I wonder how cold it was there that year...perfect macro photo for your temperatures.

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  12. That's balmy compared to us!! Stay safe, stay warm!! Love seeing that sweet yellow flower when all I see outside is white!!

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  13. We are going to be 7 degrees tomorrow - a record. Schools have already closed for tomorrow. We are such wimps here. lol

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  14. Bitterly cold here too! Loved seeing these bright, cheery yellow flowers here. Stay safe and warm.

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  15. The journal entry sounds like some of the blog posts this week.

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  16. Lovely spring shot... just what I am wishing for with the weather so cold.

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  17. Terri - thanks for the reminder that there will eventually be summer warmth and flowers! It was minus 25 here today and won't warm above the mid-teens.

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  18. Beautiful shot! It'll be a few months before we see those again.

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  19. The weather is insane. We are a bit colder here in KY. No school and just hanging around indoors.

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  20. Beautiful shot. We're starting to have some extreme cold here too.

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  21. your yellow flower is cheery; you need a bunch of them inside!! How miserable your conditions right now; I keep watching on the news...keep indoors as much you can obviously

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  22. We made new records for temps and windchillls. What a really special thing to have in that journal piece!

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  23. That's an awesome letter! I'm freezing my butt off and we're not nearly as cold a lot of places are. I don't know how they do it!

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  24. Beautiful flowers and lovely image. It does remind me of warmer days.. Stay safe and warm..have a happy week!

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  25. Who had ever heard of a Polar Vortex! Stay warm!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    I have real trouble riding a bike at all - the new one is my son's!

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  26. yellow is so cheery....we are about the same with temps here and the wind is shaking my house this morning. brrrr

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  27. I'm wondering what you would say about a windchill of -36. yep, that's what I woke up to. I'm not going anywhere today.

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  28. Oh I LOVE this it sure makes you think. Thank you for sharing this beautiful little treasure. Hug B

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  29. Sometimes, we forget that winter can be so harsh. I suppose that is a good thing or we would all be living in warmer climes...

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  30. Great little note from the past. Thanks for sharing it.

    Yesterday, we were about -40 (C and F) in the land of the Bear. Invigorating weather for sure.

    Do be careful in the cold! Bear suggests you try hibernating for a few days.

    Blessings and (warm) Bear hugs!

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  31. It's 36 here...and, for the coast, that's unheard of...well, almost!! :-) Stay warm.

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  32. yeah, here too!! i love the old journal entry! stay warm!!

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  33. That is so interesting seeing that letter. So cold where you are, stay warm. I appreciate the photo, makes a person feel warm.

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  34. LOVE the journal...I like collecting these type of books. And your flower...it is beyond perfect....

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  35. I love that soft yellow!! It makes me yearn for Spring and warmer weather. I'm way over this cold already!!

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  36. What a beautiful flower.. So nice to see right now. And thanks so much for sharing the journal page with us. I LOVE it..

    Hugs~

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  37. I hear ya'! Is it too early to start wishing for spring??? sigh...
    Beautiful yellow!
    xo Catherine

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  38. Yellow has to be one of the most uplifting colors around , those shots are a good example.
    I can't believe those biting freezing temps across the Pond . Stay warm and take care. x

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  39. Very cool artifact from the 1800s. The cursive writing back then was so pretty. Stay warm! We're cold, too!

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  40. Brrrrr… It's been cold here too. Was MINUS 10 on our deck yesterday morning.. BUT--it's warming up today. YEAH!

    Thanks for your wonderful comments on my blog post.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  41. Lovely lemon shot! Keep warm.

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  42. I love cheery yellow after the cold snowy week..... Michelle

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