Sandee, I do understand. So, here's what I suggest as I once had a similar situation with 500 potted plants that needed to get into the ground for the winter. If you can get out there now, even if it's not the bed or beds where you want to plant, and cover the ground with an old blanket or sheets. Yup, let the snow and rain fall on it. As long as the ground isn't frozen, the blanket or sheets will keep the ground warm enough so you can plant. Then leave the blanket or sheet on for a couple of weeks so the bulbs can grow some roots and settle in and the ground doesn't freeze. In the spring, after they bloom, you can dig them up and plant them where you want them.