Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Winter Wonderland!

It's quite the picture of Christmas here.  So far, we have had at least 3 feet of snow and I believe we're suppposed to receive another foot or so by tomorrow.  It's hard to imagine what it will look like then!  Thankfully, it's not bitter cold and windy out--instead it's like a big snowglobe sort of day.


I always think it looks so cute when the snow piles up in our patio chairs.  They look like great big pincushions--or fluffy white mushrooms.


It's so pretty and cozy looking at the snow from inside our warm house.  But it's a bit of a different story trying to drive in the stuff.  I just returned from an errand and got stuck in our DRIVEWAY.  At least I was close to home!  And now I hear our sweet neighbor just outside the window snowblowing our drive so that I'll be able to get the car in the garage.  How lovely!

Warmly,
Cheryl

8 comments:

  1. Oh Miss Cheryl,

    I am packing my jammies and should be there in time for hot chocolate tonight. Okay?

    That is so beautiful, thank you for sharing. Huh, I think I will go in the craft room and invent snow with M's fiberfill. (o:

    What a lovely neighbor you have.

    Heaps of Hugs
    Prudence

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  2. Yes, we're so lucky to have GREAT neighbors!

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  3. Your neighbor sounds great!
    And oh my, yes it's beautiful!!!

    I'd better get the snow shovel out though, I'm sure it will be here soon enough!

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  4. That's beautiful! No snow here. We're having unusually warm weather. 67 degrees today :-). But I do like the snow.

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  5. Lucky you, we don't have snowblowers here! We have tons of snow, just no blowers - doh!

    Enjoy your snowglobe day :o)

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  6. Well I guess the good thing is that you will not have to be dreaming of a white Christmas, enjoy.

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  7. How absolutely beautiful Cheryl! I'm with Prudence..I'll be right down..or is it over..either way..I'm coming ;)

    Gorgeous pictures.

    Enjoy!

    Hugs, Doreen

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  8. Wow.... you got a ton of the white stuff ! Looks more like Canada than our city right now... although...we are getting more on the weekend.... and colder too...

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