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Saturday, December 14, 2013

What to do with five to seven inches of snow











Same expected  tomorrow.


25 comments:

  1. Well you've got built in snow engineers...you should be just fine.

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  2. Greetings from Idaho. (This is Leenie formerly of the crow icon. I lost my identity when I got sucked into Google Plus.) Anyway, I'm wondering what you and Texas are doing with our snow. Winter weather is hardly ever boring. It looks like you and yours know not to wait until the snow stops to start shoveling. Nice work.

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    1. Hello, Leenie. Can't you have your crow back? I quite liked it.
      This isn't a lot of snow for NE Ohio; I believe the record here is 140 odd inches. But my cousin in Texas...

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  3. Oh boy! At least you have able-bodied kids there to scoop!

    I so love the last photo: child in a chair, curled up with a book and a cat to keep her warm, AND a marvelous quilt hanging over the chair. THAT is the stuff of memories.

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  4. It's quite obvious that cats always know what to do when it snows.... but then, they manage to do exactly as they please all the time no matter what the weather.

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  5. Just five to seven inches? Push aside, make a snow man, have fun!

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  6. Cat, book, quilt - and snow to look at! Bliss.

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  7. Oh my! That's a lot of snow. We enjoyed shoveling snow if it was light. The wet heavy stuff was a pain.

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  8. I think the cat has the best view!! Great pictures of the snow; lots of shoveling happening for sure!!

    betty

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  9. ugh. snow....I'm all for the book and the cat. All that's missing is the hot cocoa!

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  10. Hari OM
    All the right activities taking place here I see!! Stay warm. YAM xx

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  11. Good to have some song teens around. Take care all of you x

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  12. We only got 4-5 and I think we are done for awhile.

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  13. The cat on his throne does not seem to mind.

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  14. Definitely time to batten down the hatches, find a good book and curl up by the fire.

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  15. I haven't seen snow since moving from New York City to Hawaii in 1975. Lol.

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  16. That does look cold.
    Merle............

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  17. Oh my goodness we would not know what to do. Y'all stay warm. I might read as one of the kiddos is doing.

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  18. Curl up and read... with a cat! That would be my plan.

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  19. Reminds me of when I was young...deep snow followed by a freeze...and still had to get to school....

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  20. I swear my mother has a photo somewhere of me that looks just like that last photo. Curled up in a chair with a book. What a wonderful way to spend a snowy afternoon!

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  21. Wow......I won’t complain about our little smattering of ice at the edge of the sidewalk

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  22. I think snow should be spaced out to a week at a time minimum.

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  23. SNuggling in a chair with kitty and a good book sounds like a great idea!

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