Friday, December 01, 2006


My last post was 2 days ago...lots can happen in 2 days, actually quite a bit can and does happen in 1 day, Oklahoma weather, actually I think that should read...Oklahoma Weather.

Wednesday morning I took those photos on previous post, the temp dropped 40 degrees within several hours...went to bed with it raining/sleeting, more during the next morning with temps dropping steadily (remember, it was already in the 20'sF) then it started snowing, so beautiful, there's this sweet quiet that comes with the snow and I love that quiet.

I think they were even saying 'blizzard conditions', I don't know what it's like where you live, but the very least amount of 'weather' around here and you'd think the sky was falling...breaking's insane. Yes, there's ice under the snow, do you really need to go out? If the answer to that is no, then don't, what more is there to say, think, or do? If you just have to go out in it, you'd best know how to drive in it, otherwise? Stay home.

This morning we woke up to here are a few photos...

The backyard as seen from patio door..(no, I didn't go 'out' for these photos, had already been out in the snow retrieving the newspaper)

This is out the kitchen door, which is the door we mostly use.

Icicles hanging off the house, I love icicles, the kids and I used to make icicle castles, villages...many long years ago....magical places.

Remember this tree? You can still see the nest, has a bit of snow in/on it.

Happy knitting to all and continue to make good time.


Blogger Ms. Knitingale said...

Good Grief, Honey--you weren't kidding about the snow! You can't even see your back steps! I love the muffling quiet of the snow, too, though. I think today is a great day for you to sip hot chocolate and knit by the fire!

01 December, 2006 11:10  
Blogger Ambermoggie, a fragrant soul said...

WOW:) Here's us with yet more rain so more flooding tomorrow? and you have snow. Think maybe winter is coming?

01 December, 2006 11:45  
Blogger Emma said...

Nice snowy photos! I just updated my blog too with snow photos. Since you're just down the road from me, it's probably a similar scene. Crazy weather, huh?

01 December, 2006 12:10  
Blogger Charity said...

Glad to see we're not the only ones buried in snow! It's crazy, but still so cozy, eh? We've sure had some extreme weather the past few weeks! :0)

01 December, 2006 12:27  
Blogger Sanders said...

Beautiful photos! Hope you're feeling better... snow days are a great days to stay in and have something hot to drink... make some soup...

it must be lunchtime. Thanks for the great photos!

01 December, 2006 12:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is truly amazing for me.It was only like that in my town in the winter of '62 . I do remember that lovely quiet though because it did snow a few times as a child when we lived on the South coast . It is humid and very wet here . I guess if it suddenly gets cold we might get a bit of snow.

01 December, 2006 12:40  
Blogger Peg-woolinmysoup said...

Now our backyards look similar, except mine has little pathways for Isla and Tibbie. Today it is dripping everywhere and the sun is shining!! Makes knitting all the more enjoyable. I am knitting a hat and scarf to give to the Sally Ann hamper for needy families. I have several hats to give and a few more might get done in the next day or two!

01 December, 2006 14:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you just need pics of the dogfaced kids doing their Snow Dance and your photos would be right perfect...

01 December, 2006 15:13  
Blogger Faren said...

huh, we didn't get any snow here, though I did see some on the back of a car. It looks so pretty.

01 December, 2006 15:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The snow and icicles make it look so magical Marianne, I'm so jealous, we don't get much snow at all here on the South Coast, even when its snowing everywhere else in the UK,it mostly misses us out.
Thankyou for the lovely comment today. xox

01 December, 2006 16:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What lovely photos..I'm envious of the snow..we were at a balmy 72 here in Virginia today..JUST maybe we will get snow for add peace to otherwise

01 December, 2006 22:10  
Blogger Fiberjoy said...

Don't you just love the first snowfall of the season, and waking up to a snow hushed world?

02 December, 2006 16:20  
Blogger Dharma said...

It really does seem like weather reports have become much more dramatic and the least bit of "weather" demands shrill and borderline hysterical pronouncements. Most annoying.

18 December, 2006 00:35  

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