Sunday, February 7, 2010

Blizzard...

I'm off my hammock and have shovel camera in hand!




Jessie frolicked around the
desolate neighborhood most of yesterday with sheer
joy!





We were lucky...only 15 inches!

16 comments:

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I feel so lucky that this storm bypassed us! I was dreading it. We had the clouds and the cold, but no snow.

The French Bear said...

It does look so soft and pretty though!!! I love your header, it looks great!
Happy Sunday!
Margaret B

Tracey said...

It sure is beautiful in pictures though!

Julie Harward said...

I love these snow storms...wish we could get that much..just beautiful! Be safe and Come say hi :D

Jade Creative said...

Oh, how I love the snow. Enjoy!
have a wonderful day!
darlene

Sherry Goodloe said...

Love your photos of the snow-covered everything *smiles*. When I left Indiana in the winter of 1975 to head West, I had photos similar to this. That was a lifetime ago.

Katherine Ann said...

unbelievable!!! I think the entire state of Georgia would shut down if ANY part of the state got that much snow!! Looks like too much fun. Thank you for the lovely pictures :o)

My name is PJ. said...

You are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo lucky!!!! We have at least 2 feet and everything is at a standstill here. But it sure is pretty. Although, the time limit for pretty runs out by tomorrow noon.

Dreaming In Pink With Roses said...

Hi Paula!! Love your photos! We lost a big limb off one of our holly trees.. Thank goodness we didn't lose power! Diana lost power for a few hours.. Very early in the morning.. They are having the time of their lives over there! With the snowmobiles! You guys should head over that way sometime! Lots of fun going on all the time!

Stay Warm & Cozy!! Love & Hugs ~ Teresa

Jenny said...

Love the photos...although they make me shivery. Glad you didn't get slammed too much.

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrr......... :-) It sure is pretty, though, isn't it?

Stay cozy!

Warm blessings,
Spencer

Sandy Michelle said...

WOW! Use it as an opportunity to create I guess. Thanks for the well-wishes and stay warm!

Sandy xox

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Paula,
Wow! 15 inches of snow. We get a lot of rain and wind where I live, no snow.
Your photo's are beautiful, I love the black and white.
Your dog looks like he had a blast! I bet his little nose was cold.
Take care and enjoy your day, keep warm!
Elizabeth

tarnishedandtattered.blogsot.com said...

Paula,
Love that snow! It's just raining and cold here in Texas. Thank you so much for your sweet, SWEET comment on my blog. There is no way I can answer each wonderful comment, but yours really made my day. Hope you'll be back. I just joined your blog, I love it. Lisa

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh My Gosh Sweetie...
15 inches. Lordy I will keep the desert weather with a little rain now and then. I cannot handle the snow. Been there, done that, moved away from it.

Looks so beautiful. I am so tickled you shared your pics. That is as close as I want to be sweetie. Hope you are doing well. I think of you on that tire swing every time I pop over here.

Love you, stay warm and be safe. Country hugs and so much love...Sherry

Leslie said...

wow, that's alot of snow! Hope you and family are safe!