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Let it snow! Let it snow! Let is snow! **see pictures**

Saturday, December 19, 2009

I have a few pictures to share with you all of our snow.

This is the bird bath in the back yard and it is almost covered. It is only 11:30 and we are to get even more snow.

This is the patio table with snow on it and in the back is a canopy swing. It has tons of snow on it too.

I opened the front door and had Ely stand in front of it so you can see it is coming up to his chest.

This is my daughter who does NOT want Santa to come but she said Princess can come. She will have nothing to do with Santa but at the Festival of Lights Mrs. Claus was there and she actually talked to her and ask for Princess to come instead of Santa.

Ely won't leave Kitty alone and Kitty got him good. She got his eye. Thank God it didn't get his actually eye but it got right under the eye and his eye lid. It was his fault. But she got him good.

So today on this snow day I am baking and cooking. I am loving this!!! But we have to start cleaning the deck off soon. I don't think the kids can move around outside. I figured I did the last bit of snow let Shane do this snow.

I will take more pictures later. Shane thinks it is around 16" right now. Plus the winds have not come yet.

So for you Tabitha and Lynn that don't get much snow this blog is for you!!!!
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    Kitti I absolutely love the pictures! They are wonderful!!
    You have lots of pretty snow - enough to send our way and share! Thanks for sharing all the pictures with us!
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    3010 days ago
    Thanks Kitti! It is beautiful! I was outside in just a short sleeve shirt and pants and sandals today. It was about 65 degrees.
    3012 days ago
  • BRE7482
    I love the pictures! Your kids are too cute! We might get snow once a year and it's never very much.
    3012 days ago
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