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Jan 30, 2014 2:48 PM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
Take care Ella! I'm trying to picture you trying to kick your way out the frozen back door... I had to laugh at the thought Hilarious!

On that positive bug note, the good thing is that lots of those buggy bugs will hatch as soon as the weather warms up but then another arctic blast will be coming and wipe them out!! Hilarious!

I already noticed something like that happened here. We had cold temps and then when it warmed up one morning I went outside and there were spider webs everywhere! I mean they were on every plant inthe garden! Then went to let the chickens out and noticed out in the back pasture spider webs were covering everything there too. Yikes! But that night temps dropped back down to 20's and the next day, no sign of them... not sure what happened to the webs? Blinking I've read that some hatched spiders will make little parachute webs and fly away into the wind? Shrug!

It's sad when we lose our plants to the unusually low temps! I agree Good thing we don't give up!!
FAITH over fear!

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