Snow me, I mean, show me

robin2I’m looking out my window at another 5 inches of snow piled up from the last two days and we’re supposed to get more. Would you believe spring arrives 15 days from today?

I’ll have to see that to believe it.

temporarily cut back on blogging cleanfor my put-my-life-back-in-order spring cleaning — a project known far and wide as the Annual Purge.

I’m making progress!


I’m participating in The Romance Reviews’ Anniversary party.  The celebration runs  and there are a lot of prizes. See my bit on my newest satellite blog:


Another 100 Things Blogging Challenge! For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: Words on the Verge of Extinction. There are 38 entries to come.

Here’s one for today:

Mulomedic (adjective 1678)

relating to the medical care of mules

 (Mule-o-medic sounds like a As Seen on TV product!)


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Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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4 Responses to Snow me, I mean, show me

  1. mikey2ct says:

    I was watching the WEA early this morning and saw you were getting more snow. You know, if they are on time, the cherry blossoms should be blooming in Washington, DC only a month from today.

    • I’m always afraid of warm weather then another cold snap. It’s hard on the fruit trees. We’re setting up for maple sugaring here…gotta have a thaw first though. It’s snowing right now. I’m weary of white, Mike.

  2. Ray G says:

    The word shows the importance of mules to the region that came up with the word. Medic was obvious, mul not so much until I read the definition. I wonder if you could use it for a mule headed person whose been hit in the head. I remember an old country song called Mule Skinner Blues. Now I can’t get it out of my head.

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