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November 02, 2011


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I can't help it, I'm jealous of your snow.
I know, I know, if we had it all the time, or too much of it, I'd be sick of it too.
But it's just soooooo pretty in your pictures!


Kathleen, I totally did the whole 'knocking off snow with the broom' thing.


It seems so strange to see snow already! It does look pretty on everything though. I found a similar watering can this summer, it has an orange rose like the one covered in snow there.


Beautiful photos Kathleen. I too am trying to see the beauty in the season, but wishing it would melt quickly! I fear we're in for a long hard winter.


Hi Kathleen, I feel so guilty that we enjoyed a warm sunny day here! It was more like early September weather than a day in early November. Hopefully the weather will warm up soon for you. In the meantime, your snowy pictures are terrific!


Beautiful pictures Kathleen! I love looking at the pictures.LOL!


Oh Kathleen, I'm so sorry you are getting all that snow. I don't like it anymore than you do, but so far no snow here thankfully. It's been fairly pleasant for fall, a few frosts, but no killing freeze yet.


The snow is beautiful but wow it's early!

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