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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Wordless Wednesday; It Snowed!

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  1. It's raining here, but the slight temperature drop when it's over makes it worth it. Always used to love the first snow when we lived in Michigan. So pristine.

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    1. It finally turned to rain here to Barbara. I enjoy the first snow too. I was surprised to see it blanketing the trees so early in the season though:)

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  2. I thought you're busy finalizing your Thanksgiving menu ?! ;) Yeah , it's a bit cold out here as well but luckily for us , no snow in this side of the world . Enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday , don't forget to throw me some leftover turkey on Friday lol

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    1. I did a lot of preparation through the last couple of weeks Anne. There will be plenty of leftovers. I'll save you some, lol...

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  3. Happy Thanksgiving, Louise! Enjoy that snow and a lovely holiday - we're building an Ark in New York!

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    1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours T.W! I bet you're ice skating by now, lol...

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  4. Hi Louise,

    It is raining here and very windy! The temps this morning were in the 60's but as the days goes on the temps will drop. Still no snow! I am jealous, beautiful trees and snow capped, love it!

    I wish you and your family, a very Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your guests and your dinner. I am sure it will delicious!

    Blessings, Dottie :)

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    1. Thank you so much Dottie. I did talk to my sister in New York just a while ago and she said it sure isn't 60 degrees anymore! Have a wonderful and Safe Thanksgiving!!!

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  5. It snowed here too! My daughter is singing "I'm dreaming of a white Thanksgiving..." And speaking of ..., have a wonderful Thanksgiving Louise!

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    1. That's so funny, Inger. I know the feeling, lol...You and yours have wonderful Thanksgiving too, Inger!!!

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  6. Oh wow, beautiful! Wish I could experience snow one day! :)
    Happy Thanksgiving, Louise, and to Marion!

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    1. Come on down, Joyce! I'm sure will we be seeing plenty more snow this year!!!

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  7. Beautiful! Can't wait until it snows here. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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    1. I'd gladly send some your way, Linda! Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving also:)

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  8. Snow for Thanksgiving is always so nice! Looks quite pretty. ;-)

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    1. I guess it depends if you're traveling or not, John. I'm not:)

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  9. Hi Louise , the snow is beautiful and you did a good job on the photo . It's clear here and cold , looks like we may have a clear Thanksgiving Day thru the weekend .Pinning the snow photo . Hope you and your family have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving , give Marion a bunch of (((HUGS))) and hope she is feeling better . Thanks for your friendship and sharing :)
    P.S. Don't eat too much :D.

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    1. So glad you liked it Nee. I was so surprised to see the tree scalloped with snow. I just had to share:) Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family too Nee. Marion is feeling much better:)

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  10. Hope you have a lovely and fun thanksgiving dear Louise ox

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  11. it has been extremely hot here over the last couple of days, good time to wash blankets! LOL!

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving my friend♥
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and Yours, Linda...thank you:)

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  13. Louise, I love your beautiful photo of the snow on the trees. That is always so beautiful. I have never lived in a place that had a snow season. When we lived in Atlanta, we would have a freak snow on occasion. It was so fun.
    Bob and I are traveling during the Thanksgiving season, visiting family. Not much computer time. Wishing you and Marion a Blessed Thanksgiving, Ginger

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it Ginger. It was such a surprise, I don't know why but I had to take a picture! I'll gladly send you some extra:) Have a wonderful time visiting family. wishing you and yours a safe and stuffed Thanksgiving!!!

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  14. Hi Louise,

    I'm sold!!!

    We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia and our Christmas is usually bright and sunny... Sadly, we have never experience a white Christmas before...

    Zoe

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  15. Having a heart of gratitude leads to great things. Wishing you and your family Thanksgiving love and joy.

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  16. This is gorgeous, Louise! Wish I were there//........

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  17. Beautiful.. makes me miss the East Coast.. almost! I posted more roses from my garden on my Facebook page. They're confused.

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  18. We had snow for a few hours yesterday, but it didn't stick to the wet (but very cold) ground. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  19. Lovely photo, happy holidays!

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  20. So beautiful!!! Hope you had a terrific Thanksgiving, Louise!

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  21. Dear Louise,
    I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones...

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  22. I hope you had a marvellous Thanksgiving Louise.

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  23. What a fab photo Louise! We haven't had snow here yet and when it comes everything stops for some reason. The children love it though! Hope you had a good Thanksgiving day XX

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  24. Oh did it! What a lovely photo, hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

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  25. Happy holidays to you to. Thank you for sharing the wonderful photograph.

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  26. What a lovely picture! I hope you had a great thanksgiving Louise.

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  27. I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving Louise! Have a stellar week!

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  28. Beautiful! As long as I don't have to be out in it, I love snow.

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  29. Hi Louise, happy thanksgiving to you and all at home. Lovely picture.
    Regards.

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Through this wide opened gate,
none came to early,
none returned to late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise