Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Snow Magic...


I've been sadly absent from blogging for a while, busy with holiday and party prep.

Now, we're back in Indiana, where last night's snowfall painted a magical picture for us. It's truly like a live holiday card here. Thanks to my DH for his early-morning photo journey.

Once the kids go out and make snow angels and a snowman, it will change from the peaceful scene to a lively, cheerful panorama of glee.

Happy Holidays!

10 comments:

Bren said...

Great Shoot.... I know we miss gardening but the snow is just a wonderful HOLIDAY for the flowers isn't it??!!!
((HUGS))) saw this URL on Twitter!
Merry Christmas

getgrounded said...

Diana, that photo is gorgeous. Thanks to Mr. SNG for that. I love snow - especially because I can just visit it and not have to live in it and deal with it. Have a fun Christmas!

Eric said...

Wow, If I was there I'd just go absolutely crazy taking pictures!

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

When I saw that photo on Facebook, I thought that seemed like a lot of snow for Texas. LOL. Have a wonderful Christmas!

Diana said...

Bren - Thanks. My DH took a bunch of shots like these early this morning and they are so cool. Yes, we need a gardening break sometimes!

GG-You're right, visiting is the very best way to enjoy snow! So much less work that way.

Eric - It is pretty fun - taking photos of snowball fights and pulling a giant sled with the Gator!

MMD - Haha! It would have been a red-letter day if we had that much snow in Austin! Happy Holidays to you, too.

Carol said...

We didn't get nearly that much snow in my neck of the woods. But I am pretty far south of where you are.

Merry Christmas.

Kate said...

What a lovely photo. Have a Merry Christmas!

Diana said...

Carol -- It snowed much of the night and into this morning - we're guessing an inch and a half. Got great video pulling a giant sled with the gator around the farm...may post it tomorrow! Happy Holidays.

Kate - Thanks & Happy Holidays to you, too.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This could be next years christmas card. Beautiful scenery.

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