See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Overnight


I woke up to this scene outside my back door this morning, the lilacs bent over from an overnight wet snowfall - the first of the season. Just a day or two ago, it was unseasonably warm - and this morning winter has arrived.
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10 comments:

  1. Well keep it over there, will ya?

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  2. BEAUTIFUL! Looks like a scene from a Christmas movie:0)

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  3. for a northerer stuck in FloriDAH, it seems to my eyes, too pretty for words. Thanks

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  4. what cathy said. i like the cold. but cold & wet - not so much.

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  5. Austringer5:30 PM

    We missed it. I guess being 70 miles or so further south is far enough to make a difference.

    Pretty, though. I've always liked it when you post pictures of your yard. Clearly you're an artist with landscaping as well as at an easel!

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  6. We've had snow here in Utah off and on for the past three weeks..nothing sticking here although highs are in the mid 30's...the mountains have what I call the "powdered sugar" effect....we also have 3 ski resorts open...

    bbbrr.. too cold :(

    I'll be whining for the next 5 months..hunker down and shiver...the worst part is driving in the stuff..I have good fairies that clear away the snow (mostly)..

    Sara

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  7. Stupid global warming...I mean climate change...I mean climate disruption...I mean BUSH'S FAULT!!!

    ;-)

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  8. Lots of cars in ditches today.

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