Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Snow Days

We had snow, about 12 inches of the white stuff. Everyone stayed home yesterday.....a real snow day!

 For some reason no one wants to eat out on the deck ;-)

The hydrangea bush will need a start-over on producing leaves, again.

On the inside looking out is where I wanted to be!

Bright spots inside the house......

 Bringing in the 4 daffodils that had bloomed before the snow
seemed like the smart thing to do.
Love them!

Flowers from my hubby for my birthday!
Love them!

No school for the kids again today. Corey went to work but Dale stayed home. This afternoon the kids went outside to play in the snow. Pop Pop took Noah for a ride.

Is that just not the cutest??

 He loved it!!

It's really cold.

It snows and blows.

Snow blew into the screened porch....
even on my chair =(

So I sat inside and ate a plate full of strawberries =)

Spring is just around the corner.....I hope it feels more like it when it gets here!


Karen said...

Yes, that is an official Snow Day!! The alstromeria lilies from your husband are one of my favorite flowers. Looks like you all had a fun day.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that is a lot of snow. Noah looks so cute! Thank goodness you brought in those cheerful jonquils to enjoy. Your birthday bouquet is lovely too. Stay safe and warm. xoxo said...

Now that is a true snow day for sure. The young ones love playing in it, but I love sitting inside and watching them out the window! lol The flowers are like sunshine.

Susan said...

Gorgeous flowers -- strawberries -- snow! And more snow!!! Glad your little ones had a good time in it! Hope you warm up soon, my friend :-)

Mari said...

You guys really got hit with this storm. Glad you enjoyed the snow days and I hope this is the end of them!

Theresa said...

Oh what beautiful scenes:). Have a blessed day dear Doris, hugs.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Yes, we had about the same amount, Doris. Thankfully it is starting to melt away, but the past few cold days have not hastened its demise. I really like winter, but look forward to spring too. The birthday flowers are lovely and so are the surviving daffodils.

Jean said...

One of these days........ the snow days will be past. March is always the longest month.