In these parts, it’s way more common to get ice than to get snow but we’re getting a pretty good little flurry right now.
When we first moved to Kentucky, I would get so excited with the first snow. Vince was used to seeing snow and he couldn’t understand my excitement with it. When we left MO, I thought I would be happy to never see snow again but it’s still exciting to see it. Without a doubt, it will be just a dusting and will be gone by mid-day tomorrow but it’s still exciting to see.
Always exciting to see if it doesn’t stay. =) And if I don’t have to go out in the cold. LOL You got a great picture of it, too.
hope it’s not headed our way. I have a busy week. I agree it sure is pretty. When we get snow ( not often) all I want to do is stay at the window and watch it.
Those days are behind me..it’d be OK if I never saw snow again. I have been freezing for a week!! I’m ready for our normal Nov. temps (60’s) which we’ve skipped past! This is Jan. weather. YUCK!
Send it back to Alaska – please!! It was 54 degrees this morning, sunny, with no snow anywhere to be seen. Sheesh! This is November already – where is our winter? I’ve got knitting and sewing to do, my wintertime activities. I just can’t get motivated to start them when I feel like I should still be out gardening!
I hope the snow and all that cold weather is gone when I get there!!
My Uncle used to live in San Antonio, he told us one time when I lived in Clevaland Oh, that the whole city would shut down and be outside playing in the snow.
Rebecca in SoCal says
I think “temporary” increases our appreciation of most things. I agree that snow is much more exciting when you know it will go away!
Amy (Waunaknit) says
I wanted to share since we’re getting snow today too. Didn’t want you to feel left our. You’re welcome. ;0) I’ll gladly send you ALL the snow if you want it.
Peg H says
I still get excited when it snows! We woke up to a 4″ blanket of fluffy white stuff in Central Ohio this morning and I couldn’t be happier. I know it’s still a novelty to me (having spent my life in the south – SoCal, New Mexico & Texas), and if I had to get out and drive back & forth to work in it every day I’d get over that novelty …. but it was like Christmas morning for me today. 🙂 My Goldendoodles were as thrilled as I was with it – they LOVE playing in the snow!
Linda in NE says
I’ve lived in snow country all my life and still enjoy that first good snow of the season. After that, not so much! Unless it’s going to give me a snow day from work. I still enjoy those. 🙂