|A cold seat.|
|Cat tracks in the snow.|
|Out the back on Wednesday morning.|
|Out the front on Wednesday morning.|
|Down our street on Wednesday morning.|
There was no mail delivery here yesterday, and the morning paper has yet to be delivered. Local schools were dismissed early on Tuesday, and they are not in session today.
The long range prediction - high temperatures into the high forties/low fifties by Saturday with a chance of rain Saturday through Tuesday! This snow will be a distant memory by that time.
I hope this is a good day for you, wherever you are and whatever you are doing.
I know I left you with an empty cake plate in the last post. It is empty no longer, so be ready for the next post!
Thank you for reading. I really appreciate your comments.
You must admit a white blanket is pretty awesome:)
it looks so pretty! i just LOVE winter!!!ReplyDelete
Same here Nellie. But we did have some small snow last year. We had about 4 inches yesterday also. A water main must have broken as the pressure was so little this morning it was disconcerting. I found out when I started the washing machine. Ooops. But it is better now several hours later.ReplyDelete
I have the car ready to roll if I think I have the b=nerve down this steep hill. xo
Your photos are so pretty, Nellie! I like your title, my title would be It's leaving! It's leaving! Lol. Glad you don't need to go out, i feel bad for the folks in Atl involved in those pile ups on the interstate. xoReplyDelete
Glad you finally got some snow. We only got about 2 inches here in the Glade.. Crossville only got an inch this time... BUT--our temps went down to MINUS 6 according to the thermometer on our deck about 6 a.m. Too Cold for anyone to be out!!!!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day and enjoy your snow.
Hi Nellie , the photos are just beautiful , are you ready for the Super Bowl ? Thanks so much for sharing :)ReplyDelete
PS: I will be later for a hunk of cake (smiling)
It's amazing how this arctic air is touching so many states that aren't used to this kind of weather. I still love the snow (even when we have mountains of it in our yard). The girls are still home (day 3) but our university is open again. Soon, my girls will have to start making up for their lost time.ReplyDelete
Please keep it, please keep it! I'm content to just look at your photos.ReplyDelete
Our icicles have finally melted and I want it to stay that way.
It looks very pretty. I hope that you enjoy your snow. Now hurry up and bake that chocolate cake.ReplyDelete
We've had snow, rain, freezin' rain, rainin' snow... Hard to keep track!ReplyDelete
I will be that excited when I see the first blade of green grass on my lawn. (Its gonna be months) LolReplyDelete
Very pretty photos Nellie. I am glad you are enjoying the snow. We have more predicted for the next several days.ReplyDelete
Those are beautiful pictures. I'm just tired of snow and mostly cold. I hear February is supposed to be just like January. Sigh!ReplyDelete
Welcome to my world, Nellie! We get 4-5 inches almost weekly. Luckily it is usually sunny the day after and a lot will melt. It looks so beautiful when it falls, doesn't it? Enjoy!ReplyDelete
So exciting for you. Have fun!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you are enjoying the snow, Nellie. Quite honestly, I've about had enough but I'm sure there will be more to come. Hopefully the Groundhog will call for an early Spring:) Fingers crossed...Thanks for sharing...ReplyDelete
Just about everyone is getting snow this year!!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your snow. Have you made a snow angel yet? : )
LOL- You are excited about that snow there, Nellie! That is a LOT of snow for your area!! We have MORE snow coming tomorrow. I am so sick of it here...but I know that Spring is in the offing! xoDianaReplyDelete
Beautiful picture's shared! Love the scenery and what look's to be the size of your garden. Ooooh, so wonderful. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, dear! That answers the question I had about whether that storm hit you before it hit Atlanta. Thank goodness the folks in your county had enough foresight to call school off so the children were not left to spend the night at school! Oh---it was 75 in Progreso.... :-)ReplyDelete
So pretty, Nelllie!ReplyDelete