Ten Inches of Snow!

Ten Inches of Snow!

I love snow! The horrendous 60-degree weather we had on Friday (ridiculous for February, I think) redeemed itself by melting away all the horrific ice in our yard and proceeding to shower us with ten glorious inches of powder Monday morning! My only complaint is that I had a cold, so I really didn’t feel like staying outside in it for more than half an hour. Also, I would much prefer to be skiing in this, not just looking at it and wading through it and shoveling it. It is beautiful, though.
So are these kids, right? I think this is hilarious! Not only does Adrian appear to be just thrilled to be sitting out in the cold, but I completely forgot that Camilla still had face paint on her face from the Ice Festival celebration on Saturday. Yes, people, that means my children didn’t have a bath–from Saturday morning till Monday night. Gasp! It also means that I took Camilla to church Sunday morning with a butterfly face. 
 Here she is, holding up the tape measure. She’s grimacing because it’s heavy and she dropped it a couple times before we finally got this shot. I think her thoughts run something like, “Really, Mom? Can I go play now?”
And just so you know, Adrian is perfectly happy sitting back there in that sled.
  • Kristina
    Posted at 07:46h, 23 February Reply

    Ahhh, wonderful snow! We went to Tahoe for snow and had some brief flurries, then after we left they got TONS of snow.

  • Alison
    Posted at 07:48h, 23 February Reply

    Oh, Kristina, too bad you missed getting your snow fix! You'll have to visit PA for that. 😉

  • makeupbymissanne
    Posted at 11:56h, 01 March Reply

    i wish i had a love for snow like you Alison. Mind you, I dont ike it being 64 degrees in feb, feb is supposed to be a cold month so cold it should be instead of teasing us then having us go back into shock only two days later, here in ny it was 64 fri then 10 by sat night.
    the kiddies look like little snow bunnies 🙂

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