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Saturday, February 8, 2014

Ah, But the Snow is Beautiful!!!

Snow and adolescence are the only problems that disappear if you ignore them long enough.
Earl Wilson
I am trying to do that!! However, after the past three days it is getting even harder to do!! It has only stopped snowing for a few hours this morning and then it was back to heavy snow!! Looks as though it may continue through the weekend.  Glad I stocked up on food before it started!!!  Hope you all have a great, snow-free weekend!! Enjoy!

20 comments:

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
The roses will come again - but golly this is an impressive scene too!! Well done for being stocked up so that you can snuggle in!! Happy weekend. YAM xx

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, I hope that you get some relief soon. We have unrelenting cold here.

TexWisGirl said...

wow, that's gorgeous! stay safe up there!

Arija said...

Oh Sylvia, the last thing I need right now is a snow free weekend after109.3 F today and more of the same promised for next week.Glad you stocked up on food as did I. It is like living in hell here this summer.

Al said...

Roses, snow - quite the range of photos this week! I love snow, we've had a foot of the stuff in the last week and it's a good thing because it's been so dry. I hope you're having a great weekend, and I'm glad to see you still posting.

Mama Zen said...

At this point, I can only grudgingly admit it's pretty. Stay warm, Sylvia!

Jo said...

Ah you make the snowed trees look beautiful, Sylvia. I hope your spring arrives soon. Greetings, Jo

Merisi said...

Right out of a fairytale beautiful! :-)

Stay safe and warm and don't let the snow creep up on you,
hugs,
Merisi

Lowell said...

It sure is beautiful, but I'd rather not have to deal with it also. However, as Mr. Wilson implies, it will melt. Eventually. The sun will shine again. I think.

It's been raining heavily here today and it's quite cool for Florida. Yucky, in other words.

Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and warm and I will play golf! :)

Best to you. Are you watching the Olympics?

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

I know! My family in Seattle and Tacoma keep complaining about the snow there! Hope it lets up soon!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Our Oregon son sent pictures via e-mail...he said "Oh poor you, you went to Florida and missed all the fun." (Yeah, right!).... I am glad you are stocked up and I hope it goes away soon. CoZy up, stay warm.

cieldequimper said...

Still warm-ish and stormy here, I envy you!

Christine said...

My Portland son is also away from home as the snow piles up in your neighborhood. I've been following the weather reports - stay warm and well-fed, Sylvia! Beautiful photo!

Sridharan Srinivasan said...

It looks beautiful indeed Sylvia to see. But I know how you must be feeling. Hope it lets up soon.

Linda Reeder said...

It is beautiful! It looks like we'll get only a few flurries here in Seattle as it gradually warms up. I don't wish snow on my city, but the novelty would be a pleasant change from this frozen dryness here. And it does go with all the winter sports I'm watching on TV.

Jack said...

I am planning on a snow-free weekend down here in Florida! Unless it can find a way to snow in 80 degree weather!

George said...

The snow in your photo is beautiful, but I am so ready for Spring!

Karen said...

I love snow. I'm glad you're safe and warm, with lots to eat.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh shouldn't the snow be disappearing by now Sylvia? Your winter seems to be hanging around as long as our summer :)

Kay said...

This is so beautiful, Sylvia. This is why I love winter. Granted, I love spring more, but winter has its own beauty.

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