My youngest son and I have gone north to Madison, Alabama to spend the night on Christmas Eve with my oldest son and his family for the last 4 or 5 years. All seven of us trek up there after spending Christmas Eve evening at my parent's home, along with my 2 siblings, their husbands and children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, all the cousins, and assorted girlfriends and boyfriends....I woke this morning to find a sight I've never seen....snow covering the ground and more pouring down.
TJ left home with no coat, not even a jacket, but that didn't stop him from helping get Frosty on his feet.
I hope everyone had a merry and memorable Christmas 2010!
These are some memorable shots Stevie. The family even has a snowman to remember. All of those Christmas songs about snow will really resonate in the future. We had our first snowy Christmas since 2004. It is really fun for a change.ReplyDelete
What a joy for all to remember. Love those third pair of "boots" in that last shot. ;)ReplyDelete
Oh my stars, that is just such a great gift to receive! SNOW!! SNOW!! SNOW!! I lurve this! What a fun memory and these pictures will be even funnier later.... lurve the bags covering the shoes! Adorable!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your precious family! Blessings,
good morning Stevie. You should have come up on the mountain. We had 6" and it is still here.ReplyDelete
How wonderful for you!!! It's such a common sight here in Ohio that we barely think about it! There is just something magical in waking up to snow...especially on Christmas!ReplyDelete
We had a white Christmas in the Upstate of SouthReplyDelete
Carolina--first time in 47 years!!
Have a great week.
i had a wonderful christmas - i'm glad that you did too. though we didn't get the white stuff until today, it is good enough for me to just see it in pictures. today i'm staying in warm and sound...doing a bit of cooking here and there.ReplyDelete
How exciting! Everything of the best for 2011, Stevie!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a wonderful surprise! It looks like everyone is having a great time! I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas weekend and have a safe trip home! We are in the early stages of a two day storm!I love when I when it snows on the weekend! My husband is home to do the shoveling! Yeah!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful week!
A white Christmas...what a wonderful gift! I hope you have a safe and happy New Year! God bless you and your family. :-)ReplyDelete
that is the finest snowman I've seen. So glad you actually got a white Christmas and that it was a good one for you and the family.ReplyDelete
How very cool!!ReplyDelete
I'm always amazed when gifts come that we didn't imagine.
Happy holidays Stevie!Welcome to our winter! love the sack cloth boots one of the girls has on...necessity being the mother of invention.ReplyDelete
What a treat!
Frosty is fantastic!
What a treat! You will never forget this Christmas Steviewren. Fabulous snowman too!!ReplyDelete
I am finally finding some time to visit my blogging friends to belatedly wish them a merry and bright Christmas season and a wonderfully joyous New Year! I am finding that at each blog I visit I receive a little gift...The gift I received here was that of laughter...as I look at all you southerners frolicking in the snow:) We didn't have snow here in RI on Christmas!...the storm reached us the day after.ReplyDelete
That's a big snowman! Your family looks like it had such a good time frolicking in the snow :)ReplyDelete
We got over two feet of snow last night! Not so much fun shoveling out from under it today. I won't be able to get my car out for a week.
It is not unusual for us to have a White Christmas, living as we do in NW Pennsylvania. It isn't a given, though, that we have a White Christmas. It always seems magical when we do have a White Christmas. I'm happy that you had a White Christmas!ReplyDelete
I looked at your pictures and I thought, "Snow...somehow when Stevie takes pictures, it becomes magical." and I wondered that I didn't see it that way, so I went to the window and stood wrapped in my snuggie and drinking my coffee and I stared out the window, and waited to feel the magic.ReplyDelete
It didn't happen. I'm glad you found it though.
How exciting to experience your very first white Christmas! It's something everyone must have, at least once, in their lifetime.ReplyDelete
That is amazing!! I do remember a couple of times that we had snow in Columbus, Georgia. It didn't really stay on the ground very long, though.ReplyDelete
So happy you had snow!;)) A white Christmas is simply so magical.;))ReplyDelete
What a blessed memory!ReplyDelete