Thursday, October 29, 2009

Snowy Thursday

Tuesday began as a lovely fall day with delightful temperatures..
but by late afternoon, the mercury had nosedived ..
and moisture moved in..

Looking out the front door this Thursday morning,same view.
to the right,rose bushes under the lumps of snow.
straight ahead, the golden leafed crabapple tree.
under the snow,the front walk..
and yes,that is a clematis covered lamp post under the snow!

Looking upward,snow covered roof over garage.

the patio table and backyard as viewed from warm indoors.

to the left rear yard,my garden shed and snow covered lilacs

Not paranormal manifestations..
just blowing snow in the back yard!
Apple trees all along the fence.

..and Bubba G patiently sits and watches the white stuff fall

and Cat Ballou (recently shaved due to matted fur) could care less..
he stays toasty curled on foot of the bed!
BeBe cat would not be photographed..she hid!
the snow continues to fall as temps hover around 25 degrees.
wonderful aromas are wafting from the kitchen..
have a warm and toasty day wherever you happen to be!
I'm enjoying fuzzy slippers, jammies  and sipping hot apple cinnamon tea ♥


  1. I remember a snow on Oct 29th many years ago, it was my son's b-day-it just flurried. Nothing like what you got.
    Stay warm--I enjoyed viewing it.

  2. Oh, can you say snow...beautiful...but seem awful early for that amount of snow....

  3. Beautiful post! I love snow and I always let 'the little girl within me' out to play in it! That is, on the rare occasion that we get any. I like the idea of being snowed in.... jammies and hot cider or chocolate sounds great. Enjoy!

  4. Lou,
    I've been listening to the news about your snow storm. And it's only October. Maybe this will be it for the Winter!! It is pretty though. However, I remember what the aftermath was like--shoveling, sanding, salting.... Stay warm and safe.

  5. Ok somehow I seem to have lost my comment to you. So here it is again...I've been watching your storm on TV news. And it's bringing back cold memories of snow. It is pretty though. But I remember what the aftermath was like...shoveling, sanding, salting... Maybe this will be it for the winter!! I think you and Cat Ballou have the right idea for surviving an early snow storm. Stay warm and safe.

  6. Hey Loui
    Please reply to this comment via e-mail so I can get your email address--it's not on your comment or your profile page; and I will then send you the info you asked for on Live Writer.


welcome to my world of salty sunkissed breezes..
where time is not measured..
linger leisurely..
sift sugary white sand between your toes..
Make and take those wonderful memories..
leaving behind..only your footprints...