And, once again, very pretty.
Our 'maybe a dusting, if anything', has been changed to 2-3 inches for tomorrow. I hope our already planned weekly trip to the supermarket is not derailed (no milk? no eggs?) because of it.
Vee, and once again, I am not surprised that you said so.Grace, eggs and milk are pretty basic hereabouts, too. Hope your trip to market is without untoward incident.
We are more than half-way through January and have not had much snow in KC. Hope the precipitation holds off until Spring. ツ
To me, it is lovely, but I'm sure if you've been dealing with it for a while, it can get old!
KC Bob, my sister lives in your area, and she loves snow. So your prayers and hers might clash somewhere on the way to their destination.Shelly, I am trying to look on the bright side; but I just finished shoveling the last six-inch snowfall off the drive, and the forecast is for four more tonight. Tra la!
Oh! You've planted cotton by your front door. ;-)
LOL, I rarely pray about snow. Mostly, I ask for safety for the folks that have to out in the white stuff.
Sharkey, that appears to be the case.KC Bob, I think you are taking exactly the right approach.
I like a fresh coat of snow. Ours was getting brown and icky, so we were ready for a dusting.
Lin, so the white coat will be reapplied tonight.
Only 60 days until [astronomical] spring, or so they say. I suspect that it's really a lie. Yet hope springs . . .
Chuck, hope springs. Yet here in this present moment, I am so deeply grateful for a warm house.
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