Snow as just a four-letter word

And it’s deep, too:

Snow stuff

That lantern is on the northwest corner of my flower bed; it hangs just over the Wall O’ Bricks that surrounds and defines the bed. (Those little green pointy things are the last vestiges of this year’s irises.) And the ruler is buried up to just shy of the four-inch mark. Supposedly we’re more than halfway through this mess, but you couldn’t prove it by me.


  1. Jennifer »

    30 November 2006 · 9:26 pm

    Don’t hate me because I’m jealous as hell.

    Especially since you’ve got feet of snow AND power! Paradise, man. Paradise.

  2. Mister Snitch! »

    30 November 2006 · 9:36 pm

    It was sunny and 70 here in Hoboken.
    Uh, but snow is nice, too. I like looking at pictures of snow.
    Heh heh.

  3. Dan B »

    30 November 2006 · 9:41 pm

    Don’t worry Snitch, you’ll get it soon enough.

    I have 8 inches of snow as of 9:30 pm, and I still have power. It’s great living next door to an OG&E lineman with a five-month old baby at his home. :)

  4. sya »

    30 November 2006 · 11:48 pm

    Ah, snow. It’s been snowing where I’m at since Thanksgiving or thereabouts. Doesn’t look like it’s going to go away until next May.

  5. Winston »

    1 December 2006 · 5:13 am

    Nashville has been hovering around 70 for a couple of days, but that is supposed to change today, with threats of the tail-end of storm you had. Maybe it will slide just to the north of us as many of these things do.

    I do not recall you previously posting a picture. Am I wrong? Or you have new camera? Anyway, give us more…

  6. Diane »

    1 December 2006 · 7:41 am

    It is below freezing (30.9 F)here right now. Beautiful blue sky though and they’re forecasting a high of 54 today which is COLD for this part of Texas. Too bad there wasn’t any rain around last night, maybe then I could have seen some snow too!

  7. CGHill »

    1 December 2006 · 8:06 am

    Got down to 10 around my place.

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