Somehow I'm guessing that you don't want to hear that it's beautiful?
Wow - that is scary! Snow day indeed
Gorgeous photos, but I do hate snow.
Frightful but oh so pretty :P
Holy molies! You could send a little down our way...but only just a little, definitely not that much:) How is Zelda coping? I guess I should ask how you are all coping.
It has been cold as all get out down here in Florida but no snow. Looking at these pictures makes me want to curl up and not go out. Are you allowed to do that? I am never allowed to do that!
If it's going to be cold, it might as well be snowy.Ireland was snowed in those past two weeks, except the area were I live (but we got the ice :( ).
Hi JoAnn,That is certainly what you call a snow blizzard.Here in the South of England, we have had a few snow flurries, but have mainly suffered with freezing fog and ice.Scotland has fared much worse, with scenes more reminiscent of your own.Stay safe and warmYvonne www.fiction-books.biz
Beautiful snow photography! I'm envious...
So pretty but like soft drink I don't think you want to here it's beautiful.
Holy cow, that is snow! Where is your fire that's so delightful?
Oh oh, it's heading in my direction too. Stay in and stay warm and safe.
Oh my! Best viewed from indoors with hot chocolate, a warm fire, and a great book.
That much snow is always my cue to get out the baking sheets and make cookies!Don't lose Zelda in the drifts!
Thanks for the comments! The snow is beautiful, but it just keeps falling. I'm glad I don't have to drive anywhere today. The girls are hoping for another snow day tomorrow. We'll see...Stacy - Poor Zelda just hates this! I shoveled an area so she can take care of business, but it's an effort to get her out the door. Santa may need to bring her a warmer coat... maybe with a hood!Sandy - Today I was allowed to stay home! We did some baking, and will work on more decorating this evening.Em - That's exactly how I feel! If there's no snow, then it's a waste of the cold. Ice is another story...Fiction-books - It sure seems like a blizzard! We call it 'lake effect' around here. The air picks up moisture as it blows over the Great Lakes (Lake Ontario, in this case), then it falls as snow just downwind of the lake.Erin - We have a delightful fire going in the family room :-)
Frightful, but beautiful!
Sounds like a good excuse to stay indoors with a book! My girls have forgotten what snow is really like -- it snowed here in S. Texas for about 10 minutes last winter. I didn't even get to see it.
Wow..you really did get socked with snow!!!
You've got to be KIDDING US?? WOW....that is a lot of "white" !!!
Diane - No joke... we've gotten about 45" of snow this week! It's supposed to wind down tomorrow, but they say there's a nor'easter coming Sunday.
What gorgeous pictures, and what a contrast to your header!!!
Rhapsodyinbooks - Just took a new header photo. Thankfully, it's stopped snowing for at least a day or two!
I'm in Southern California, so you're pictures are not only beautiful but perfect! I've probably only seen snow (real snow) once. :-)I hope you're nice and warm!
Vasilly - It's raining and melting a little today, but they're telling us more is on the way this week!
I love looking at other's snow photos. Makes me feel better about what we have outside.
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