Monday, November 11, 2013

Three Little Words


 In the last hour I've muttered a few words...mostly three little words.  They are as follows:
 Are you kidding?
It's here already?
No way Hosea!
Guess what Jack!
Yep, it's here.
It's snowing out.
To explain it better I've included 3 little pics.
Snow on pumpkin
Snow on plants
Footprints in snow.....





17 comments:

Joanne W said...

Oh my! I don't like the looks of that...it's too early.

Julia said...

Very painful to see those three little pictures. We had a nice enough day for me to work outside at the farm cutting small trees growing against the machine shed.

I had to remove my jacket and hat because I was getting too warm. I'm not bragging though, just so
happy that the snow hasn't arrived here yet.
We had a few snow flakes yesterday and it soon turned to rain.

Hugs,
JB

Becky Jerdee said...

ooooh, hints of things to come!...

Shady Del Knight said...

WOW! Picture #3 proves my theory that the elusive sasquatch actually exists! :)

I love snow, dear YaYa. That's why it made so much sense for me to move to Florida. :)

I remember large snowflakes falling in late October on the day of my uncle's funeral in Pennsylvania years ago.

I came close to seeing snow a few days ago on my trip to the mountains of East Alabama. I experienced a temperature swing of more than 50 degrees in a single travel day, leaving behind the upper 80s and arriving to find temps in the mid 50s on their way down to the mid 30s overnight. There was frost on the ground Friday morning. I stood outdoors in my shirt sleeves and took deep breaths in that cold clean air, enjoying the refreshing change from the months of sticky heat I had endured here at home. Yes, Florida will soon boast "the best weather in the nation" but too much of a good thing makes you yearn for something different.

Have an excellent Tuesday, dear friend YaYa!

Sue said...

And here we go again...!

=)

Loretta Thomas said...

I guess I love snow because I don't often see it! No snow here but temps are dipping down in the low 20's tonight brrr all the cold one can stand! Hugs, Loretta

Nonnie said...

I think I am thankful that the snow is there and I am here. I just have three little words for you: "Bless your heart!"

acorn hollow said...

so it found you and as you said to me this weekend. It looks so pretty but you can keep it at your house:) casue ours has melted.
Cathy

selvageedge said...

It was a great first snow for my kiddos. Even inspired me to blog. :)

karen said...

Yes, my daughter called today and told me it was snowing in Massachusetts. I missed it by a few days!

Scriptor Senex said...

Oh No! Please don't send it over here yet.

Christina said...

I'm not even lying when I tell you think I think it snowed here a little bit yesterday! Obviously, nothing like Ohio, but Stella was so hopeful! Poor thing. haha I love the pictures in your header, by the way.

Sweet Tea said...

Ready or Not - you got it, huh? I do hope it's a mild winter for everyone.

Kim said...

My three words are "not ready yet"

Stacy Crawford said...

When is the last time we had snow in November? Hmmm

Kay G. said...

We even got that cold in Georgia, no snow though, thank goodness!

Vicki Boster said...

Ugh-- we got some too but it didn't hang around very long. It's way too early to be starting that stuff if you ask me!! And-- it's freezing here--!

Vicki