Crying for Help!

Vær så snill å hjelpe meg!  Jeg fryser! Og jeg vet ikke om jeg orker stort mer av dette her?!
Please help me! I’m bitterly cold and I really can’t take this much longer! Brrrrr!

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17 Responses to Crying for Help!

  1. Paola says:

    Looks like a watercolor painting, beautiful!

  2. Grethe says:

    Fine blomsten klorer seg fast 😍

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Aw, that poor cold little flower! Send it to my neck of the woods. It’s cool and delightful here!

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, I’ve been talking a few calls on my ‘Direct line’ and the temperatures have now changed to plus 5 and the snow has all disappeared! I’ll be checking on her tomorrow if I can get hold of a bit of sunshine…

  4. You are of course speaking personally!!!. Nor am I going to rush to export that snow over to us 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      He he, I don’t think you need to worry! You’re too far to the South! Most people don’t realize, but where you live is in fact approximately aligned with the boarderline between Denmark and Germany, where as the latitude where I live crosses the North Sea well North of Scotland, touching the Southern tip of Greenland and enter The Canadian Plains well North of Nova Scotia.
      Of course, we get to taste the touch of winter way earlier than you! And we need it early to get the winter athlets that we have! 😀

      • Oh Svein, we all know that – if it weren’t for the Gulf Stream – Norway would have penguins in Trondheim.

        • Seenorway says:

          Wouldn’t that be a sight?! 🙂

        • Seenorway says:

          By the way, I think 5 out of 10 Americans believe Norway to be the capital of Sweden or something . . .?
          Our world, however, is filled with strange happenings, and at Twitter there is a brand new comic show with new virtual happenings just about every day. The roumour says that the author don’t needs to get paid as he’s already being paid by the American taxpayers? 🙂
          It’s really a strange world!

  5. Seenorway says:

    Well, we didn’t expect it to, but then again this time of the year is pretty unstable and anything might happen. Up into the mountains (above 2500 feet) there might be spells of snow from mid-September, but it usualluy melts away within 24-48 hours, but this is taken at 300 feet.
    Normally the snow might come early December, but there has been years of late where it came as late as in January. I guess this was a bit surprising to most people.

  6. irinadim says:

    Is it already snowing in Norway?

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