11.23.2010

snow!!


well, I got my wish a little early, looks like we're going to have a white Thanksgiving. The snow poured in yesterday and the kids have been home from school, they played in the snow all afternoon yesterday and today they're bored out of their mind.  The streets are frozen with ice and we can't go anywhere, I think we'll put the tree up and decorate it tonight. 

6 comments:

  1. Exciting! Great photos ... can't quite fathom snow falling from this part of the planet!

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  2. Oh stunning! I would LOVE some snow, not likely in Sydney though. Enjoy!

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  3. Oh, I am NOT ready for this yet!!! I could go the rest of my life without ever having deal with snow again. Your photos are lovely though!!!

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  4. SNOW!!! I'm so jealous :(

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  5. wow! look at all that snow!
    we're going to visit family in the mid west to celebrate the holidays - hope it snows while we're there ... even if i freeze, my son will have a blast! somehow, the little ones don't seem to get cold for a loooooong time
    hope you had a great thanksgiving!

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