In case you were watching……

Greys Anatomy.

I’ve lived in Washington State for 26 years and the Seattle area for half of that time and I’ve never seen icicles form like that on a building………..

I lived in Anchorage for the first 9 years of my life and I used to see them form like that all winter long there.

Not in Seattle though.

Just sayin.



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6 responses to “In case you were watching……

  1. Gina

    There was that one year out on Jordan Rd. The water dripped from the roof, down to the porch railing, and from there to the porch and ground. Right outside the slider in the dining room. I remember being tethered to the wall there to talk on the phone.And that’s the only time I remember icicles touching down in our area. I don’t think we’ve ever seen icicles at our current house.

  2. Gramma 2 Many

    When I was young, living in Renton, grandpa would play a game with us with the icicles. When they reached the ground he would place a bag of candy at the bottom of it and then tell us he saw Little Lep out there doing something. We would all run outside and there we would find a bag of candy that Little Lep left. I tried it with you kids, but we never had iciles big enough.Maybe the one on Jordan Rd, but by then you were to old to play.

  3. Lula!

    What is this Grey’s Anatomy you speak of?Hey, did you know Lost comes back in 132 days?

  4. Debbie

    Whatchu talkin bout Willis?

  5. mer@lifeat7000feet

    Okay, I only saw a little bit of Grey’s, but was that an icicle stuck in her abdomen??? Why didn’t it just melt? I’m so confused.

  6. Mara

    Meredith….I’m waiting to hear from you 🙂

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