Thursday, February 09, 2006

Look Real Close... Snow!!!



It really is snowing! It is soooooo pretty falling and is just now starting to stick so hopefully I will get some photo's where you can actually see the snow.
Enjoy the snow, enjoy a nice cuppa, enjoy your homefire, enjoy your family and friends, but most of all.... enjoy the blessings given you today! Update..... the snow only lasted 2 hours but was beautiful while it was here. We are suppose to get snow saturday morning so hopefully I will have enough to actually show up in a photo! LOL

Be not deceived; God is not mocked; for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. Galatians 6:7

Suppose we knew all the histories of all the happenings of one day? With what awe, and dismay, and terror, and gratitude, they might fill us, according as we had, with our little thoughtless words and ways, helped or hindered the march of a soul!

9 comments:

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

I hope you enjoy the snows of Winter, it may be gone by tomorrow.
Our three feet deep on the ground has finally made the snowmobile crowd happy. I prefer the silence of snowshoeing in the forest. My brother and his family in Charlotte rush out for a slide down a hill before the sun get too high and melts the snow. Toss a snowball for me.

Mindy said...

Enjoy the winter weather Peggy! Wish I could share a cuppa with you! Blessings to you this day...

judypatooote said...

I'll pass on the snow....we haven't really had enough to count. The ground is so warm it melts real fast...the other day they posted a Snow Warning....we were surpose to get 4 to 6" with alot of wind......well it melted so fast, if we got a half inch that was alot.....

By the way I have a picture of Norm on my refrig, along with the schedule.....do you know if he landed at his first stop yet?

Heather Smith said...

It snowed a bit in Ruffin, too! On Saturday we're supposed to have actual accumulation. Hope you sent a jacket with Norm!!

Anonymous said...

Now some folks have all the luck!!
we didn't even ahve a cloud int he sky....I had to travel to Chapel Hill today for an ortho appt...nothing there either!
Lea

Connie and Rob said...

Hope you get just enough snow to make it beautiful outside and cozy inside.

Take care,
Connie

Wendy A said...

I bet the soap smelled wonderful. I would love to make some. Love smelly soaps.

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Oh! Peggy, I laughed until my sides hurt when I saw your picture of "snow". Mother Nature sure is stingy in your region. Better luck Saturday.

Maggie Ann said...

Your soaps are so nice, you accomplish so much...your husband has a gem in you friend.