Friday, December 04, 2009

It's snowing in Mississippi!!!!

Snow!!!!! How cool is that? Poppet Noelle had fun playing in the snow. I pretty much just got wet and froze my patootie, but it was still a great time.





19 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the awesome photos!

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  2. Noelle looks pretty happy...did she get to build a snow poppet?

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  3. Cory,

    You're welcome and thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed the photos!

    Softdrink,

    No, unfortunately it wasn't a sticky snow. Poppet just danced around a bit and admired the falling flakes. She was very, very happy. :)

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  4. Poppet pics!!! I miss the poppet pics!! :D I'm so glad you got some snow :) We didn't :( The stupid weather people got the whole city so excited...I hate it when they do that. Nope...no snow for us. But I saw on the radar all of that snow y'all were getting and I had a big smile on my face for you!

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  5. yay, snow :D LOVE the pictures.

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  6. It's supposed to snow here this weekend, but so far just looks like rain... what a pretty snowfall you had. I love the first snow of winter, everything covered white.

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  7. Snow in Mississippi in December? Whodathunk it? No snow here in South Carolina.

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  8. Pretty!
    And bummer, we're just getting rain today in NC...

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  9. Oh my goodness Nancy
    There is a ton of snow covering everthing down here too. It is kinda freaky but cool. I need to go get my oil changed. It is way overdue but it is not oen of my favorite things to do. lol By the way I will be in your area for a little bit tonight. My cousin has a violin competition there tonight. :)

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  10. I'll bet you're happy, happy, happy, too! I hope it doesn't melt to quickly so you have time to enjoy it.
    Great photos, btw!

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  11. Well we have plenty up here, I'd be happy to have you come visit. :)

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  12. lol-Great photos. I wish I could get as excited about snow as you but we just got over a foot and a half yesterday and that's just not pretty anymore.

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  13. Chris,

    I thought about you and wondered if you were getting any snow. Remember, you got some last year and I was burning with envy? Aw, thanks. It was such fun to watch. I only knew where one of my poppets was located -- the rest are hiding somewhere -- but I thought it was rather perfect that one named Noelle ended up doing the posing. :)

    Nymeth,

    Thanks! I love snow, too. We don't see it very often so it's always exciting.

    Jeane,

    We only get snow every 2-3 years and just get enough to stick about every 7 years, on average. This will likely be the first *and* last of the season (and a couple more seasons) so I tried to soak up as much enjoyment as possible!

    Kathy,

    No kidding. It was a rare treat. :)

    Diane,

    Maybe you'll get lucky later in winter. I call winter rain "Southern Snow" because we so seldom get the real thing.

    Brittanie,

    Wasn't it pretty? All gone, though. Where is your cousin's violin competition being held?

    Les,

    I was very happy. I kept running in and out, in and out to take pictures. My camera doesn't like darkness but I thought the photos with Noelle turned out pretty well (because the porch light was nearby). It's all gone except for a tiny bit in the shade. We only get a snow that lasts a day or more about every 7 years, on average.

    Krista,

    I just need to move to New Hampshire (one of the few places my husband could easily make a lateral transfer). Then, I'll learn to hate snow, I'm sure. ;)

    Dar,

    I remember I didn't care for driving on packed snow in Michigan and Oklahoma, but here . . . we see flurries about once every 2-3 years and snow only sticks about once in 7 years, on average. So, it's always exciting. I can't even fathom the kind of snow you get!!!

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  14. Wow! It's cold here in So Cal, as a "storm front" is coming in (read: should be a little rain some time in the next day or two), but nowhere near snow. I miss the white stuff! Enjoy!

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  15. We were hoping for snow, but all we ended up with were a few pretty flakes that disappeared in minutes. Pretty Poppet Pictures!

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  16. Gentle Reader,

    I miss the white stuff, too. We only see flurries every 2-3 years. Usually, that's enough to carry me through winter. :)

    Jenclair,

    As long as I get to see a little bit of flurries, I'm happy. I do miss real snow - the kind that sticks around for more than a night and covers everything - but I'm happy. Thank you! :)

    Care,

    Thank you. :)

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  17. Love the new banner! I just adore your poppet pictures.

    I'm so glad the snow went South and you got it, I believe you enjoyed it a heck of a lot more than I would have. haha!

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  18. Kris,

    Thanks! I love your new Myla profile pic. ;)

    I did love that snow. We get so little that when it does arrive, I go outside to enjoy it. The guys stayed indoors. They were not so impressed.

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