Wednesday, February 8, 2017

A snow day

 Hello!
They said it was coming and it did!  We woke up to this a couple of days ago.
My camera was by my bedside, so I took a few pictures from my bedroom window.







I am more of a sunshiney, warm weather gal (of course, you know that) but the fresh snow is just so beautiful especially before it has been trodden by foot or wheel.
I decided to head outside before the children went to play in it so that I could grab a few shots.
  











5" from the storm!
Lots of people are pining for spring weather to come - colorful flowers in the garden, warm days, and sunshine.  Honestly, I feel the same way, though I know I should not complain.  It is hard not to after what seems like months of gray skies and frigid temperatures.  I don’t want to be a whiner or complainer though.  It sets such an awful tone for my home and horrible example for my children, who are quick to emulate my attitudes.  Motherhood is a heavy responsibility.  And anyway, I want to show a heart of thankfulness and gratitude because I have so much to be thankful for. 

Happy Days 😊

- Carol

6 comments:

  1. I was quite grateful we just got the rain....I've seen enough snow this year, and it just cripples us because it's not normal here.

    It is beautiful, though.

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    1. Hi Jill,
      Yes, I've noticed that you've gotten quite a bit of snow and ICE this winter. Your photos of the ice have been amazing. | so there is one good side to the weather ;-) |
      Can you believe though - it has all melted already. I'm ok with that.

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  2. Very nice photos of the undisturbed snowfall. The close up reminded me of Amish laundry on the clotheslines.

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    1. Thank you, Gayle, and thank you for stopping by. :-)

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  3. We got another dose of snow too last week! Luckily it only stayed for a few days.

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  4. I'm one of them who longs for spring and colours... but honestly since it's still only February and two months or so until I can expect some kind of spring, some snow wouldn't hurt. Just to see some variation outside!

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