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December 22, 2009

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J

Gorgeous! Nothing like beautiful snow from the comfort and warmth of a lovely house.

Mary Emken

That's a beautiful scene. We had about just as much snow here. The storm seemed to hit real hard around use,but we just got a dusting. When we lived in Rhode Island and Massachusetts we would get four to five feet of snow. The last year we were in Rhode Island we had an ice storm which I think was quite pretty. I don't think I could handle that much snow now. Seems like you both are enjoying yourselfs. Give your mum and dad a hug for me. Have lots of fun for me too.

Tina in Houston

At least it's pretty!

storyteller

Oh my ... it's beautiful to look at (from a distance) but I suspect it's challenging to navigate in and VERY COLD too! I've shared some warmer Southern California views recently that might brighten your spirits ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

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