Saturday, October 31, 2009


The snow began falling late Tuesday night.  When we woke up Wednesday morning everything was covered in white.  It was beautiful and the snow was still falling.  I measured the snow shortly before lunch while the snow continued to fall down around us.  It was almost 11 inches deep with no end in sight.

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When we lived in Indiana I remember driving by an Amish home one day.  It was a cold and snowy day and laundry was out on the line.  Freeze dry?  Have you ever tried it?  I haven’t and have no intentions to try.  Look how much snow is stuck to my clothes lines.  Imagine if I had clothes hanging out there. EEEKS!!


I don’t think we’ll be using that swing or eating outside anytime soon.


Our poor trees!  Some were still green.  Our Apen still had some fall left in it.  Now it has winter all over it.

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Look at my Preacher hard at work!  Gotta love him.   He does more than just sit behind a desk all day.


Poor little pumpkin.  It can’t see anymore.  :)

You’re looking at these photos thinking that I left something out right?  The kids?  Oh, yes.  They had a little fun out there as well.  We’ll save that for another day.  Go grab some hot chocolate.  I’ll wait.  Until next time…


Ewe said...

One year an ice storm surprised us around Thanksgiving time. Our pumpkins were frozen to the porch. There was no way to remove them until next spring! The snow is pretty even if it comes earlier than we would like it.

Amy said...

Wow!! I can't believe the fall or lack of fall you have had! Just crazy!!

Pastor Hoover said...

What a good idea to stick a ruler in the snow to measure it! So obvious, yet I've never thought of it!

Christina said...

Now that's just a sin, snow covered pumpkins. :(

Erin said...

And here I thought our cold, blustery Halloween felt a little too much like winter.

Sara Stein said...

Although your pictures are beautiful, it just reminds me of what is headed our way in Indiana. I hope the kids had a nice-wintery Halloween!

Scrapingirl said...

WOW!!! All that snow before November. Isn't that illegal? lol Hope you enjoyed your "snow day". Those poor trick ot treaters, you probally can't see their costumes under their snowsuits. :)

Jennifer Bowen said...

Ok... will you put some of that snow in a box and send it my way! LOL We miss snow!!! Oh, the fun... and I never really minded the shoveling. Great photos!!!

MarshaMarshaMarsha said...

WOW. Beautiful and freezing!

We had snow last year-- here in HOUSTON. But it was only a teeny tiny bit. Still worth getting excited over!