Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Wordless(ful) Wednesday - Magical Snow


As the cold weather blows in and we all start to nestle down next to the fire, I am thankful that we have moved to a much warmer climate! For my whole life I have lived in Vermont and had to survive the cold winter months. I am not saying that it is not beautiful and there are not lots of fun times to be had BUT you know what? I just will not miss it that much! Besides we can visit!

A very magical day to you!

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22 comments:

Susie said...

Greetings from the frozen tondra...I mean Wisconsin:-) And a magical day to you too:-)

Jay @halftime lessons said...

Ahh, I have countless great snow memories...and a couple of bad ones...(my own fault..)

Great post!

Jay

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

awesome - I would NOT like living around all that snow!!

Kimber said...

I would love to live somewhere warm.

Tammy W said...

WOO HOO!!!!!

BoufMom9 said...

I alwasy wish for snow and we never seem to get much of it here in NJ :(
Great picture of the beautiful snow in Vermont.
Happy WW!

Renée aka Mekhismom said...

I love the warm. The photo is beautiful but I will take warm over snow any day.

Allison said...

I grew up in TX, but moved to NJ (where hubby's family is) for 3 years, and now we are back to the warmer climates...don't miss the shoveling snow daily AT ALL!

Happy Thanksgiving.

angie said...

I'm way into visiting the snow rather than living in it too! Although, I love the image.

Happy Thanksgiving!

jayedee said...

i would soooooooo love to live where it snows! happy ww!

Julie@Cool Mom Guide said...

Same here. Moved from Syracuse NY to Charlotte NC! Go back each Christmas to get my snow fix than back to sunny NC!

Debbie said...

Glad you're loving the warmer climate. I have to admit, I lived in Southern California for a while and I really missed the snow. I'm content here with the ever changing weather.

Michelle said...

That is a really neat picture! Would you believe I didn't see falling snow until I was 18?

goodfather said...

Doesn't snow much where we live, but I grew up in Eastern Washington, where it snows A Lot. I miss it sometimes...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Brandy said...

That picture makes me so jealous! I have lived in warm states most of my life and now that we live in a state where it actually snows I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have big huge snow storm! (preferably the day before Hubby has to leave to go back to the sandbox keep your fingers crossed for me!)

Happy Thanksgiving!

HeatherPride said...

We have weird weather here in St. Louis. It snows but it only sticks around for a few days at a time, then turns into a muddy mess!! Yuck!

Simply AnonyMom said...

What a fun pic.

thank you for visiting today. Happy WW

Brimful Curiosities said...

Snow here, too. Wouldn't want it any other way, usually.

4 Lettre Words said...

My hubby is from Hoosick Falls, NY so we stay in Bennington, VT when we visit. It is just so beautiful up there. (I am a GA Peach, though, so I do prefer the heat!) My son, Sam, would LOVE to see some snow, but Thaksgiving is supposed to be 62 degrees!

Happy WW!!!

Jenni Jiggety said...

The first snow of the year is so exciting and fun! And then each subsequent snow makes me wish I lived in Aruba...

Amy McMean a.k.a McSunshine said...

I'm not huge on the cold weather. Nice photo

marcia@joyismygoal said...

yes magical and fun