Monday, January 30, 2012

Our First Real Snow Fall This Season








Yesterday the weatherman said we were to get one inch of snow, we have had several snow falls of one inch and it melts within a day or two. Well yesterday we got our first real snow fall of the season, we got 4-5 inches of snow. It was a beautiful snow, light and fluffy. It is supposed to warm up tomorrow and Wednesday into the 40's so it will probably all melt. I love the look of snow, but I have not missed it this year. We have had a very mild winter with just a few days of super cold days, but I know we have February coming! I took these pictures yesterday and you can see the bird in the tree. I hope you are having a wonderful day and thanks for visiting me. Hugs, Terri

18 comments:

Sarah said...

Everything looks so pretty! We have had about an inch of snow all season. Its so strange to not wake up and see white fluffy flakes falling and school getting cancelled. Of course my boys have been bummed out because they haven't been sledding. This morning I woke up to the news and it said today's high would be 68 degrees! I think after seeing that, I have given up on having any more snow this Winter.

xo,
Sarah

LuLu Kellogg said...

Hi Terri!
It's been unseasonably warm here too! I am thankful for the mild winter because it's saved on the heating bills! Your pictures are just lovely!
LuLu~*xoxo

Elaine said...

Yes, we really have had a mild winter..that's okay with me but as you said there is Febuary and March yet..Lets hope we get a mild winter for the rest of the year.. I always like the first snow when it clings to branches. Makes for the best pictures
Elaine

sugar Creek said...

So beautiful but I am NOT jealous! lol! It's like 60 degrees here in Illinios today!

debi huntsman said...

Terri, your photos are so pretty! I love the snow, if I don't have to drive in it. It looks so beautiful!

Love your pretty new blog look!

Laurie said...

It is pretty isn't it Terri. I also live in North Street/Ft. Gratiot, and loved seeing a bit of a real winter, finally. I walked through the snow today, and really enjoyed the beauty.

Rhonda said...

Terri, love your snow images.
I haven't seen snow in years.

Laurie said...

Oh, I love how you captured that sweet bird in the bush in that photo!

Dawn said...

Fab photos, it's forecast for snow here, but none as yet. x

Sallyford said...

Beautiful photos! I love the snow! I soooo miss it. My family back in the U.K think I am crazy missing winter when I live in Florida now. But it doesn't stop them phoning me to tell me every time they get snowfall (which is so sweet) and then they e mail me photo's too.Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos with us, hugs Sally @Enlightenment for the Sleepy xxx

Artfully Musing said...

Oh it looks so beautiful!

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Hope said...

Pretty snowfall! We haven't had a good one yet really. Pretty things here! So glad you stopped by to visit!
XO~Hope

Pam Kellogg said...

Well, the snow sure is pretty in pictures! That's the way I like it. In pictures! LOL!!

Your Marie ATC's are gorgeous!

Pam

mo said...

Hi Terri,

Your snow looks so peaceful and beautiful.

Your pictures are wonderful.

Especially to those of us here in the desert.

*hugs*

mo

Awishdream said...

Hi Terri...before scenery! but to cold for these old bones!!! lol
Hope you're keeping warm!
Hugs,
Mel ;)

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Terri,
What beautiful winter scenes you have shared with us!! We have no snow here which is so unusual for this part of Pa.
Thanks so much for your visit!!

Hugs,
Debbie

Holly Loves Art said...

These are such gorgeous photos. How I wish we could have even a little bit of this!