Thursday, December 2, 2010

Um, yes, I'll have hot fudge, caramel, and whipped cream with that.

Oh. . . wait.

It wasn't that kind of blizzard???
Seriously? No nuts? No cherry on top?

Well that's kind of a letdown.

Dangit.

What's up with the "snow wave" on my roof? Huh?

"Winter Wonderland" my A.

16 comments:

Creative Decor by Brooke said...

It is a winter wonderland for the kids. They love it. I like to look at it from inside my warm house. Love your pics.
Happy day!
Brooke

Krista @ Craving Some Creativity said...

Wow! You got dumped on! We are still just getting little flurries that melt right away...better be snow for Christmas tho!

Candice said...

You are so stinkin' funny! I love the rock on glove!

Mandi @ Vintage Revivals said...

Um is your glove givin me the bird? Cause if it is I am really offended. Just kidding! I love it!!!! And that's totally how I feel about the snow too... I know come to stgeezy and live with me!!

Love your guts
mandi

Layne Bushell said...

I've said something to the kids every day this week about the cool snow wave. Love the glove pic. Awesome!

Emily said...

You are awesome! I love the glove at the end!!

Lori said...

So glad I made it to the end of this post. Oh no you dinent!

Pressed Petals said...

That's a lot of snow! I know we're not neighbors...it's supposed to be 70 here.

Lori @ In Pursuit of Martha Points said...

Good lord!

I have rain.

And...birdseed remnants.

Just so you know, there is NOTHING beautiful or wonderlandish or romantic about soggy birdseed remnants piling up on your patio.

True, I don't have to shovel it.

But...still.

Spencer & Lorilyn Crum said...

Last week we had a "snow storm". I use the term "snow storm" rather loosely because it was literally the lightest dusting of snow, like God had taken a sifter and lightly tapped powder sugar on everything. But because it never "snows" here, we are completely unprepared to deal with the most miniscule amount of snow, thus, everything shuts down. It's amazing.

chris w said...

So funny!! You really did get dumped on. I so thought that glove was flipping off winter...which would have been an appropriate ending too. :)

Audra said...

We don't get much snow in central Arizona, my daughter got a ton of it in Flagstaff (Northern Arizona) and is ready to come home to thaw out.

Love the icicles...though I am thrilled I didn't have to shovel a path to your door way! Kiddos looks like they had a blast.

Thanks for the wonderful comment...the move was horrendous, in another month I may have blocked most of it out of my mind enough that I don't cringe when I see a moving truck! Pictures to follow this weekend. I need some inspiration. Please help. (I am begging...for reals!)

Kristi said...

Can't believe you have snow. We only get it once of twice a year and then it's not more than 2 inches. haha

dena4kids said...

We did have snow last week but it only lasted a few hours. It looks pretty though!=)

Ryan and Rachel said...

Oh how I miss thee.

Teri said...

I am loving the ice and the snow wave! Of course, that's partly because I didn't have to endure it. Looks like the kiddos had fun, though! :)