Monday, January 7, 2013

A WINTER WONDER-LAND!!

It has been a veritable Winter Wonderland here today ~ it started snowing around 0830 this morning, and only stopped about 5 PM. I'm guessing we got around 3 inches...

Here's Bailey, with a snow-stache ~


The SE corner of the backyard. I may be a little weird, but I was fascinated watching all the different kinds of snow we got today ~ super fine & dry mini flakes...


Big fat fluffy wet flakes {my favorite}...

...and a lot of just plain 'medium' snow.

The fence posts regrew their caps...

...and the table's filigree got a dusting of snowy glitter...

...while the rock wall showed off it's ins & outs.
What is it about snowfall that is so peaceful? I came upstairs, burned some Nag Champa, and put R. Carlos Nakai on the iPod... seemed so perfect for the view out my window.
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I hope all of you are enjoying your own winter wonder-lands, no matter what your weather!!!

6 comments:

Karen Valentine said...

Snow is so pretty when your looking at it from a warm room with a fireplace!!! I'm such a weenie growing up in Az, I think I would freeze there!!!
Thanks for your visit and your sweet compliment Bobbie!
xo,
Karen

mollie said...

Aww - love Bailey with his snow-tache! That snow looks very inviting to me as I swelter in the summer sun LOL.

Bonnie said...

Love Bailey's snow'stache!

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh I love Baileys snow-stash. LOL
Personally I'm glad to see it melt some. I had to postpone a job because of it. hate driving in the stuff!Much less having to pack all my paint and supplies through the snow!
Hugs Lynn

Tara O said...

Snow is beautiful!!! I love looking at it. Not so much living with it. ;) Your doggy is pretty.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I adore your Bailey!

Have a winter wonderland weekend!


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