February 25, 2013
Well, it snowed most of yesterday and last night, but at least it did not amount to more than two or three inches. Of course, it meant that I had to go out early this morning (I was at work) and clean the snow off my car. This was a wet sticky snow, great for building snowmen if you so desired.
When I got to work last night, I took this photo of a Rhododendron bud covered with snow flakes. I thought it was rather interesting. It sort of looks like a little old lady with curly white hair and she's wearing her fuzzy white shawl. (Honest, I'm only drinking coffee!)
I also have a photo of Pogo that I just have to share. I took this a couple of days ago. Pogo likes to sit on the sofa with me when I am playing on my laptop, so I brought his bowl of food up onto the sofa too. He had his fill and then snuggled in to his blanket for a nap. I just had to take this photo of him. He is just the sweetest little guy!
I have one more photo to share this morning. I took this photo for the raindrops, but then I noticed the surprise. Can you see it?
Did you notice the new sprout? Oh yeah, Spring is definitely on its way!! I know that the folks in Colorado won't agree with me. Winter storm Rocky has been raising the dickens out there. Also in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, Rocky has been (and still is) dumping tons and tons of snow.
Gosh, I almost feel guilty telling you that the sun is shining here, and nothing is falling from the sky. But it does feel good!! Now if the snow can just hold off till after this weekend so that my flight does not get cancelled.
This morning I have the last two parts of "A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose". I hope you can enjoy this kit because we certainly had fun making it.
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Here's another peek at Su's preview. Don't forget to stop by her blog later this morning and pick up her last two parts. While you're there, take a moment to say hello.
Wow, I'm watching the Weather Channel, and they are showing video of Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy, which is erupting. I must say that it truly is a wondrous sight. The colors are simply glorious, orange, yellow and red.
Well, I've probably chewed the corner of your ear off by now. I think maybe I'll have me a little nap. Later I have to go out and do a couple of errands. So till tomorrow, Y'all have a fabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.