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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Snow Day!

It is S[n]O[w] beautiful here this morning!


Everywhere you look it's like a blank tile, or there are suggestions of strings and tangles . . . here in our hydrangea bush . . .


. . . or looking at our wisteria vines.




Maria (r) and Nancy (l) say "Hi!" . . .


. . . and Rick is going back outside to enjoy this beautiful day.


We wish you a wonderful day!

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11 comments:

Melinda said...

Did you get your remodel done before the snow? You are right it is So beautiful we too are enjoying a wonderful white winter her in Utah. Very cold -15 this morning, but sunny and white.

Jane Monk said...

What a wonderful sight .. nice to see you guys too! Waving back.
Jane in Summery Tasmania where it is raining raining raining.

Tinkered Art said...

Brr-r-r-r-r- was wondering how much of the storm you would get. Lovely to look at thanks for sharing. Stay warm.

stART said...

Lovely! I could have sworn I was looking at my own yard!

kimberley margarette said...

oh that first picture! and those smiles, i wish i could say the same for my parents! LOL stay safe!

Heather Victoria Held said...

What great pictures! Thanks for sharing and brightening this snow day!
xo,
Heather

creative side said...

One of my very favorite things is the tangle of bare branches, especially if I see moonlight behind them. Nature never misses.

Sue Clark said...

Ah, the beauty of fresh fallen snow! I was thinking about you guys when I heard the news, so it was nice to see this post and your smiles. Thanks for sharing-stay warm!

Shelly Beauch said...

All the beautiful white snow looks so very exciting! But I don't have to shovel it!

Enthusiastic Artist said...

I'm convinced that the beauty of snow and frost is the universe's compensation for chilliness!

Kit @ Dreamscribe said...

Wow, what a contrast! It's sunshiny and 81 degrees (Fahrenheit, or 27 degrees Celsius) in the little capital city of Tasmania today. No rain (for a change!). And all my family and friends in the flooded areas of Queensland have finally reported in safe and sound. The sunshine is beaut (as we say in Oz), but knowing everyone is okay now - well that makes my day SO beautiful! Of course, in the anxious times, I was tangling out my frustration at being able to do so little. Tangles to the rescue... again!!