Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Snow on the Mountain

Our first snow of the year!
Had ladies in last evening for a candy class and by the time we finishes at about 8:30 the ground and the roads were covered with the white stuff . Got up this morning to 33 degrees. To cold for me, It is so wonderful to be inside where it is snug and warm and watch the snow come down. Since Darrell is retired we don't have to worry about getting out on the roads when they have snow and ice but I still worry about all the friends and family who do have to travel. I took these pictures on the front porch this morning to give you a glimpse. We sure don't have winters like we did when we were children and I am glad, It use to snow in November and continue until February, Sometimes having 12 to 15", of course as children we loved this, no school at times and loved playing in it. When our 2 kids were growing up we would go sleigh riding at night with the whole neighborhood, build a bon fire and have a blast, Will have to hunt pictures of that time and share with you.
Going to work in the studio today, Finishing up merchandise for a show this weekend, Hope you are snug and warm where ever you are.


squawmama said...

Good Morning Judy... What beautiful pictures to sahre with us this morning... I loved them and wish we were there to see it in person.. Never snows in Central Florida.. ok it did when I was in High chool and then in 1976... but never stayed on the ground... Have a snuggy Tuesday...


Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I was just wishing yesterday that it would snow in Texas. Thanks for sharing some of your snow with us :)

vickie said...

Love the snow pictures, Judy.

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Shirl said...

Hi Judy, looks like you woke up to the same thing we did just a little north of you! It's so pretty, I love all your shurbs!
Looking forward to meeting you on Saturday!
Blessings, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

Connie said...

It's just gorgeous, my sweet cherub! Wish we were having it now.

Jacalyn @ rmebathproducts.com said...

Look liked that out my window yesterday! I agree, it is too cold!