Saturday, December 20, 2008

Winter Blast continues

Okay, so you might be tired of hearing about our weather but I'm not and it's my blog so there..LOL

I can't believe how much snow has fallen today. Yesterday a good deal of it melted so all the pics today are what has fallen overnight and today. It's fluffy and beautiful. Not good for snowmen but great for snow angels.

Blake and I went to his school and played on the slides and had a blast today. I even made a snow angel. I didn't take the camera because I didn't want to ruin it so you'll have to trust me that it was awesome.

Here is another pic from our bedroom window, the snow was coming down like mad so it's kind of hard to see.

Here's Lexie playing out in it and having a ball.

I measured what has fallen on one of our chairs today. It's not scientific but you get the idea.



There is more to come and maybe even some freezing rain for good measure. No ward party tonight and no church tomorrow. The forecast for Christmas....40 and raining. Oh well, we can just pretend we had a white Christmas. It's close enough to count in my book.




6 comments:

chellie said...

I'm just glad the snow is there and not here. :) So you can blog about it all you want!

Snow angels are so fun!

Yvonne said...

I think it's fantastic that you are blogging about your snow--it's fun and exciting.

We usually get the fluffy kind of snow, too, not much moisture so it's really hard to make snowmen. Occasionally we get the wet kind.

Melissa said...

Freezing rain? Blech. I hope it passes you by! I remember getting snow and then freezing rain one time in Oregon. It turned all our fun snow into shards of ice. Kind of fun to walk on, but falling is another story! :S

Kate said...

Having grown up near Seattle, I understand how big a deal all this winter storm stuff is for you there in OR.
I'm glad you've been able to have fun in the white-stuff and hope you get a white Christmas after all! :)

b. said...

Merry Christmas, Tonya!

(Glad it's a white one!)

Nancy Face said...

It looks so freezing cold...and beautiful! :)