11 February 2009

Grace #3 = The windows are open!

It's 61° in NYC right now, and it is a distinct pleasure to sit in my office, with the window open not six feet away, especially because it was in the teens but a week ago.

15 comments:

YourFireAnt said...

Yes! Here too. I walked across campus at noon to get a tour of a newly-renovated building, and did not wear my coat, mittens, scarves, OR hat. I took my umbrella, though, because it was raining hard.

Wonderful!

alejna said...

Hurray! I drove with the car windows open.

I'm so ready for spring.

Vodka Mom said...

Don't put those snowpants away quite yet, my love.


However, it feels DAMN good.

phd in yogurtry said...

Oooh, I love me some open windows and fresh air.

Kelly said...

We had the same weather today in Ohio. I had the windows open until the storm rolled in. Hopefully, we won't have any tornadoes.

slouching mom said...

We knew that kind of grace today as well.

Janet said...

After all this cold, it's no small thing! And they're saying perhaps a thunderstorm tonight...woohoo! I dearly love a good storm.

jen said...

the grace of weather. i like that.

bernthis said...

Global warming? What global warming? (hear the sarcasm)

i am very mary said...

amen

Kyla said...

Lovely. It has been gorgeous here lately.

Woman in a Window said...

I sat with the front door open yesterday. Sure our storm door was closed tightly but there was a whole lot of glass letting the sunlight through.

We silly humans, it's like we're suprised by spring every year!

Mental P Mama said...

I had my sunroof open!

heidi said...

our windows are open, and a BIG wind is blowing through them!

Library Lady said...

Here in NoVa the bulbs are popping up on the library lawn, and when I took JR to afterschool at the YMCA, there were tiny daffodils up and blooming.

I suspect we'll get some more cold weather though, and it will be hell on wheels trying to persuade my darlings to put their warm coats back on. In my 14 year old's case, I am just going to roll my eyes and rejoice that I don't have a crying baby to bundle up in a snowsuit (!)