Wednesday, February 4, 2009

It's Officially a Snow Day

This is what it looked like as it came down



looking out the living room window..


The window over the kitchen sink..

From the back door


At bed time it looked like thisI was hoping it would all still be here when we woke up today,

and it is!


We even had "guests" for breakfast...I'm feeling only slightly less dead today, but I am going to

pull on Farmer Dad's now pants and take my Princess outside to

enjoy all this loveliness while it lasts, won't you join us?

15 comments:

Cher Mere said...

It looks so beautiful. Like a dreamscape.

Wendy Hawksley said...

And here in Delaware, it is already melting! I do miss snow. I mean, REAL snow - when it is a few inches deep, and you can sink your feet and fingers into it. Hope you have a wonderful time!

8)(8 said...

Wow.

Tara said...

I love the shot of the Valentines in the window. So pretty!
I see you at many of the blogs I visit, so I thought I'd say hello. My blog is private, but I've sent an invite in case you'd like to stop over.

Sara said...

I love that picture with the valentine's on the window!

Lynn said...

I love the Valentine pictures too! Wow, it's a winter wonderland!! It's beautiful.

I'm sorry you've been sick. I hope you are totally better soon.

You do so much with your little Princess, I can hardly keep up! I love the books you've been reading. And the little pop-up card she made -- well, I'd be crying too. It's such a great feeling to know they're becoming independent learners and thinkers, but where did our babies go?

Lynn :)

Anonymous said...

I would love to join you and Princess it is so beautiful wish we had some weather other than sun sun sun and more sun. have tons of fun playing today love misty

Becky said...

I love the pic of the cupids in the snow. Looks like its time to curl up with a good book and a stack of magazines to cut up for collaging.

reprehriestless warillever said...

So pretty!

Wendy said...

Hope you feel better soon! A lovely day for snuggling with books and cocoa!

Alycia in Va. said...

oh how I pray for snow here! We did get a light dusting but it was all gone by the time we got home from school :(

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you all for your kind comments. I am starting to feel better, although it is still painful to talk.

Nina said...

Glad you are feeling a little better. That is indeed a lot of snow! P looks like she had fun.

Sorry not many comments this week. I'm having an "off" blogging week and cna't seem to get into the groove. But I had to stop by and say hi. Get well!

Kira said...

Beautiful.

zilla said...

THIS is the post that scared me off -- all that SNOW! Just kidding, of course. I'm actually glad P & thee had some real winter weather to enjoy. Great pictures! Especially the snow angels. When I was six, making snow angels was my favorite winter sport.

"Sport" because getting dressed for it was a fifteen minute work-out that sometimes resulted in tears.

Hoping for vintage apron pictures ... hint hint :-)

Love the drawing of Pumpkin, too. Fabulous!

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