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Monday, March 2, 2009

I am in heaven with this SNOW!

This snow is glorious! You have to understand my excitement here--we've not had this much snow in THIRTEEN years! Yep, since 1996. I was pregnant last time it snowed like this, lol. And now, he's nearly a teenager. I really would love to move somewhere where it was like this for a couple months of the year. It's not gotten above 25 degrees or so today, and yet, it's going to be SIXTY FIVE this weekend! Ahhhh, Virginia in winter. You never know if you need flip flops or snow boots.........



Now, I need to find something to stitch. Have a great night!

25 comments:

Daffycat said...

Ah, enjoy your rare snow. We usually get a little but none so far this year. I'm so jealous!

Yoyo said...

Well it is nice if you are living it that you enjoy it....but keep it there please, I'm trying to think Spring!

WendyZ said...

That's gorgeous! Ours barely covered the ground and everything was so wet from all the previous rain. What's been falling later today has been fluffier though.

Romantic Fool said...

That is so pretty! We didn't get any snow this time. We just got really really cold!

Tracy said...

Well, I'm not happy about the snow! I want spring. I almost got into an accident as I was pulling into the neighborhood. *UGH*

At least I can thaw out this weekend. BTW I went to Celeste's and got the fabric and thread for Flora before the snow started! This will be a fun one to stitch.

;)

Glenna said...

It was really pretty--and other than the shoveling because we have to get out tomorrow morning, it was really restful, just going from window to window gazing out. I lived in Vermont for a while--now that was some snow--but this was perfect--not too much. And I didn't know the weekend was supposed to be warm! Figures!

Jane said...

It looks like a winter wonderland. I love your shed too! So cute. Enjoy the snow while it lasts. :)

Chiloe said...

Waow!!! it's so beautiful !!! It's so relaxing to see snow scenes (but I don't like to drive on the snw .... )

Pierre was born in 96 too.

Dee said...

I love snow when no one has walked on it yet. It's so pretty.

Love the picture of the lake.

Cam said...

Your pictures are gorgeous! I love the sight (and, I must admit, the smell - as weird as it sounds - of new snow), even though it's nothing to get excited about up here!

Cam

Wendy said...

The pictures looks so gorgeous!

Ulla said...

Looks beautiful!

Brigitte said...

You definitely need snowboots in this, lol.
I love to look at snow and if I could hibernate in my house during the winter I would even love it more. But driving in it is quite a different thing, lol.
Enjoy your snow before you need flip flops again.

sari.i. said...

Your house looks really pretty with all the snow!

To be honest, it is a bit weird for me when someone says that THAT is a lot of snow. ;) We have, in my part of the world, about three times that at the moment. ;)

PS. Very pretty stitching and stash lately!

Yoyo said...

Tammy, thanks for the lovely comment on my blog. I wanted to ask you though, you didn't make it clear if you want to join the Totally Useless SAL. I kinda of thought yes, but then I really wasn't sure. We would love to have you, and it really puts no 'extra' stress on your busy stitching schedule. Do let me know and if yes, I'll get you added to the list.
Hugs
Leigh

Donna said...

I did notice your sheep the other day. They are so adorable, and Star Sapphire is my favorite color. I can see why you enjoy the little snow that you do get but I'll send you some of ours. Way to much snow in Maine this year.

Ranae said...

Pretty pretty snow, I love it too. My knids get a kick out of me acting like a little kid everytime we get a measureable amount.
I love the Santa Corn ornie. I think the corners looks great.
I say start something new, hehe

Cindy said...

The snow sure is pretty, but for me it's best if I don't have to go out in it unless I want to! After this winter, I'm seriously wanting a warmer place to live :)

tkdquintmom said...

People think I'm nuts because I LOVE the sonw. If I had it my way, I'd be around it 24/7! Beautiful pictures Tammy.

Doreen Lynn said...

Thanks for the comment about my star. Hope you downloaded the free chart. I also made that star into an ornament and will be posting it soon on the Xmas Challenge. I invite you to be a follower.

Love all the snow and the backyard, love your jingle bells stitching from 3 posts ago. Adorable amd quaint.

Yoyo said...

Dear Girl!!! The Totally Useless SAL is about what we are stitching much more than about what's in the jar (LOL). I love your stitching. I really enjoy your blog....that's what we're are sharing, our love of stitching and blogging. Do think about it again and maybe join us in the TUSAL. We really would enjoy your company and you do certainly stitch on some 'interesting' things.

Leigh

DaisyGirl said...

I know, I know! We got snow too!
We had a snow day! Only thing is, we have to make that day up now :(
Santa Corn Ornie is super cute!
Donna

Priscilla said...

Oh Beautiful snow!!! The photos are lovely, I wish I would see some snow, most of the uk had a deep snowfall this year but it missed where I am! ,ha,ha

Enjoy....

Priscilla x

Karen said...

You are so lucky!!! We got no snow in mid-South Carolina and I was so looking forward to a snow day. It will 80 degrees on Saturday...oh well here comes summer.

Jurga said...

It's so wonderfull to see your joy about snow! We have snow almost all winter there in Lithuania and already a little bit tired from this weather :) I'm waiting for the spring! :)