Thursday, March 3, 2016

Guess What . . .

the snow vanished

we actually were seeing ground

and then

it snowed again

we are all white again


there is no

doubt about it

that fence tucked in there amongst those pines

twenty two eighty two

bet you can guess what their last name is


An Old Irish Recipe For Longevity

Leave the table hungry.

Leave the bed sleepy.

Leave the table thirsty.

Irish Blessings



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eileeninmd said...

Hello Lynne, winter is not over yet. Pretty snowy images. I like the first shot with the footprints in the snow. We may wake up to some snow tomorrow, I hope not. :)

Have a happy day!

Musings from Kim K. said...

Wasn't that a wild storm? Rumor has it that we will see a drastic warm-up next week. Such a crazy winter. Enjoy your approaching weekend!

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

So pretty Lynne .... we haven't had any snow here yet. As much as I love it, we are not very organised in the UK for snow so, when we get it, everything comes to a standstill and chaos reigns !!!! Hopeless !!!! So it's probably better that we don't get any !
Keep warm Lynne and take care. XXXX

"E." "Beth" Edwards said...

wow wee that is a lot of snow. wonder what is visiting you? stay warm. happy fencing. ( :

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful wintry shots with the 'tucked in fence' and the neighbors red sign ~ Name must be Apple?

Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

Karen S. said...

Goodness sounds like you're experiencing a strange winter too! I like these wintry views!

Ida said...

Oh my snow again....I feel for you. Let's see...what could their last name possibly be? Neat sign.

Buttons Thoughts said...

Mr and Mrs Apple?:) Nice views of more winter:) Hugs B

TexWisGirl said...

a nice dose of it again! thanks, lynne!

A Joyful Cottage said...

There are tracks to the bench, but where are the seat marks? LOL. Nice photos, Lynne. I don't know that I agree with "Leave the bed sleepy" for longevity, though. I read recently that people who sleep 8 - 10 hours a night live longer. Hugs, Nancy

carolann said...

We got hit too. I put up some pictures today as well.

Being in the apt we dont have to worry for doing driveways.

The plow comes in and the Super out there.

I feel bad for him. Yet we have had our share for centuries too.

Nice photos Lynne but I want March nice weather more.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

It's snowing to beat the band right now. Nope, winter isn't over, spring is a long ways off and I'm tired and cold. I want sunshine and warm...pretty much...NOW!

Missy George said...

Ours was gone as well..We mya wake up tomorrow morning to a little white stuff...50's next week...

Gail said...


Your mom's flowers are beginning to come up!

Pondside said...

That just seems so unfair! I hope it melts soon and that you'll be seeing daffodils before long.
I live that recipe for longevity!

Michelle said...

Enjoy the snow, if you can! It will be gone soon enough!

Sarah Huizenga said...

I think this is the last of the snow. It is looking warm for the next two weeks, just a lot of rain, which in turn will bring flooding, nothing is ever perfect.

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

I love that fence by the pines and what could be prettier than a pop of red in the snow!
The postie couldn't miss their letter box!
Love your snow pics Lynne!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Uh oh! But it is pretty! We really have had a mild winter here with only 2 inches or less of snow so far. I say so far because we've still ample time for the weather to change, but I hope it doesn't!