Pretty to look at, but not pretty to drive in or shovel.
We are eerily dry out west. And warm!It looks so beautiful!Stay safe. Read books!
Dry is good for a bit and warm is ALWAYS good if you ask me. Love warm temperatures.I am reading and playing on the computer.Thanks for stopping, Debbie.
Between tonight and Wednesday we are getting close to three feet. For once, I am anticipating it!
That is a LOT of snow. Stay safe and warm.Thanks for stopping, Carmen.I want summer!! :)
How lovely and so cold looking. No, Central Texas does not get much snow - only every few years do we even get enough to take a picture. And the area goes crazy when it happens. We get ice more frequently and that is worse. Enjoy the beautiful scenes and stay warm.
Ice is worse. Snow is pretty I do agree.I am staying in and reading, playing on the computer, and baking oatmeal raisin cookies. :)Thanks for stopping, Kay.
Elizabeth,It looks beautiful and peaceful, but I know it can be treacherous. Stay safe!
It is very pretty. Roads are bad.Thanks for stopping, Suko.
Lovely shots of snow in your neck of the woods... No snow, where I live... Although, we've been having fairly foggy mornings, which burn off by mid-morning!!Stay safe as I hear Northeastern US is being hit hard by a blizzard.
The Northeast is getting hit very hard.Enjoy your no-snow city. :)Thanks for stopping Captivated Reader.
Oh yes we had a blast.
:) Where are you, Irene?Thanks for stopping, Irene.
Bring it on! We're ready in Boston!
LOL....I am sure you are ready.Stay safe and warm.Thanks for stopping, Shannon.
We got a foot last Thursday -- and I was wondering if that storm is what is hitting the East Coast now. It was beautiful - frosty trees is one of my favorite things. Luckily they cancelled school and we spent the day curled up in front of the fireplace.It was low 50's today which felt like a heat wave!! I much prefer our mild winters of 50s and am so thankful that we do not get snow that much.I hope you get to stay inside and warm too!
We must have gotten your snow storm. We didn't get too much. About 7 inches or so.Fifty degrees sounds heavenly. :)Enjoy, and thanks for stopping, Cassie.
Definitely iced me up here in the tropics.
:) on being iced up.ENJOY your tropical heat, Mystica.Thanks for stopping, Mystica.
It's in the 70s today here in Southeast Texas with brilliant sunshine - cut-offs and T-shirt weather as I work in the garden. Enjoy your snow!
I would rather have the sunshine and temperatures in the 70's.I am so jealous. :)ENJOY the heat.Thanks for stopping, Dorothy.
Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing them. We got a dusting here in Virginia.
It is very pretty, but I like warm weather better. :)A dusting is nice.Thanks for stopping, Pat.
We're having toasty 60+ degree weather in Northern Colorado, but it won't last. A lovely reprieve from winter though.
ENJOY, Patricia.60 degrees would definitely melt all of this snow.THANKS for stopping, Patricia.
Hi Elizabeth--thanks for popping by my blog today...hope you are dug out from the latest storm as well! We are expecting another system to move in Friday night and into Saturday but not with the accumulation we received earlier this week. And it is, after all, winter where we live, right? LOL
We didn't get that much, but enough to make driving tough. We had some ice today.Yes...you are correct. It is winter here in the North.Thanks for stopping, sylviamorice.
Oh how pretty! We haven't had snow yet. Just a couple flakes but that was it.
More is on its way. :)It is pretty, but I don't like the cold that goes along with it. :)Thanks for stopping, Anna.