Friday, February 12, 2010

Old Man Winter Sends Some snow This Way

Here in the South, a little snow goes a long way. A little snow is an excuse to close businesses and schools. A little snow means a hurried trip to the grocery store and a long wait in line.

1. leaving work in the snow, 2. at work not long after it started snowing, 3. snow by the road on the way home, 4. the view from my front porch, 5. snowy urn, 6. snow flower , 7. wet, wet snow, 8. snow on the roof, 9. snowflakes on my nose and eyelashes...man they were wet


A little snow means a lot of fun.

Snow Update:

The snow is glorious in the sunshine this morning. It sounds like spring outside. There are children playing and birds are singing. This is just what we've needed...glorious sunshine! Of course there are also the sounds of water dripping....the snow will be mostly gone by this evening probably.

I couldn't stay out long. I didn't dress for the weather.

25 comments:

  1. do you work in lakeview? :) if that's the building i think it is, i used to work at 3008 7th Ave

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  2. Nope, this building is in Riverchase. We are close to the lake on 31. I used to work close to Lakeview in a shop where they cut the lens that go in florescent lighting. It was on 2nd.

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  3. ahhhh, there is a building almost exactly like that on 7th. i was about to laugh that we passed each other and never knew it - of course, that is still probably true.

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  4. Oh, what fun! Glad you got some of the fluffy white bits there...

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  5. Looks how pretty you are in those photos, Stevie! Love it. That snowy urn pic is so neat!

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  6. Oh I lurve #8! That can be your new profile pic!!! Soooooo Pretty Girlfriend!

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  7. Sometimes I wish we could get a little of that stuff. But only a little... - Dave

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  8. Beautiful collage!!! Yes, snow is EVERYWHERE this year. Whats up with that. I have had it, I want spring now. There, I said it.;)
    Have a lovely weekend and stay warm.;)
    xo
    Zuzana

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  9. What a fun collage. I am glad you get to stay in and enjoy the weather.

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  10. It seems that the south is getting more snow than usual this year. We have been lucky in Rhode Island, snow for Christmas and not much since! Like the idea of putting the leftover chocolate in the freezer. Have a wonderful weekend.
    denise

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  11. We got 4 inches Stevie and what a wet, heavy delight it was! :)
    Great pics!

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  12. How fun~you got snow!! Enjoy it:)

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  13. I like the splashes of you in that collage and I really do like that old man winter image. :)

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  14. First thanks for stopping by my blog. I am glad I found yours. Its wonderful. I have started reading the past posts. I have envelope templates in a drawer and wool felted pieces so I will be making an envelope today. Its nice here in California no snow.
    Judy

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  15. Lovely photos~
    We got 3+ inches of the fluffy stuff in SC Friday night. It was beautiful falling softly in the gray dusk...

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  16. Ah this just proves we must go shooting together sometime! Great minds.........HA! wasn't it a great and glorius snow? I 'm trying to gauge exactly how many snow photos I can post on my blog before everyone screams, "Enough already!"
    V

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  17. Looks so petty with that blue, blue, sky. I didn't realise you got so much snow in your neck of the woods Steviewren?

    Love the collage and Old Man Winter!

    Jeanne x

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  18. Great pics! We got snow too...a record amount! Officially we had 11 in. in Arlington. My kids had a blast. It still hasn't all melted away yet. What a treat!

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  19. It was invigorating, wasn't it?! And, this morning -- oh it was gorgeous with the clear blue sky and sunlight reflecting off the white. It all melted away too quickly.

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  20. Love your snow photos! I think you better buy snow boots because the climate seems to be changing everywhere this winter! :-)

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  21. OH MY! Stevie! You need a pair of woolly socks!

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    Can someone help me find it?

    Overheard some co-workers talking about it all week but didn't have time to ask so I thought I would post it here to see if someone could help me out.

    Seems to be getting alot of buzz right now.

    Thanks

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