Wednesday, October 23, 2013

IT SNOWED!


WOW!

Look what we woke to
 this crisp fall morning!








It snowed!

And half our leaves haven't even changed colour yet!

I am in the middle of Ohio! This is shocking!










The stark difference between last week and now
is truly startling!









Guess there's really no going back now.









I have really missed blogland (you)
 and have a ton of catching up to do!


Can't wait to share lots more asap with you all!



AS ALWAYS, THANKS FOR YOUR VISIT!


Stay warm. Big hugs.


~Michele


33 comments:

  1. It was only raining when I left for work this morning at 5:45. My daughter says there is snow on the ground now, but it's only raining here on campus. Such a change from last week. Oh well - I guess that warm beautiful fall weather we've been enjoying, couldn't last forever.
    Cindy

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  2. I heard that on the news. Wow, already! It's suppose to be 39 degrees here Friday morning. Guess Fall is about over. Pretty photo's though.

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  3. Yikes! Our leaves haven't changed yet either and we are expecting snow this week!

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  4. Already? Hope that doesn't mean a hard winter for you! Last year was pretty bad for all you folks in snow country!

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  5. Oh my goodness how pretty, a Winter's wonderland ALREADY! I love the first snows of the season, but aren't these a Little too early?! Hope you don't have a hard Winter lovely lady. Weather is crazy every where now, I bet you'll have an Indian Summer next, lol!
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  6. The pictures are so pretty, but I know you would rather have the fall weather. Hope you don't have a terrible winter. We have had a very warm fall here in SO CA and would love to have some cooler weather but no snow. Stay warm. Beautiful pictures.
    Mary

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  7. Aww, that looks so pretty Michele. It's snowing here now but not staying on the ground.
    I've missed you at Finchrest but know you're busy. We'll be here when you have things under control and come back.
    Hugs,
    Judith

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  8. How lovely. I found that my snapdragons look like they loved the snow at our house. Very pretty Michelle!

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  9. I have been missing you too....Thank you for sharing these snow pictures...oh my! can't believe you are already that cold.. Our leaves are still green but frost is predicted this week...early for us in Georgia...
    Love, Mona

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  10. Although I read it online in the forecast, I didn't quite believe it until I saw it this morning, Michele! I still couldn't believe it. You'd think we could get past Halloween before this starts! It looks like you got more than we did here. Nothing stuck here.

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  11. I certainly hope that that was a fluke! It does look pretty for the first five minutes.

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  12. The first snows are always so pretty.
    Maybe you'll have snow for Halloween?!

    We are due to get snow, any time now. Not looking forward to the long winter.

    I would love if it would snow a week or so before Christmas, and through New Years Day, and then start to warm up **grin**!

    Warm wishes...
    Kerin

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  13. Sheesh, snow. Half of our trees have not turned yet either ( Western PA ) and I still have flowers blooming. They say we may get some snow showers tomorrow along with rain but you got serious snow !!

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  14. I was looking around your blog to see where you are? maybe up north in Iowa or Wisconsin
    I know Colorado has there first snow already
    here in Central Missouri it is to be 30 degrees tonight

    where are you

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  15. I love snow...but not quite sure I'm ready for it before Halloween! The pics are beautiful though!!
    Sharon

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  16. It's nice to see you back Michelle. Look at all the pretty snow in your yard. I love it even though it won't last long. It looks like your flowers are done for the season though. Take care and enjoy the rest of the week. Blessings, Pam

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  17. Oh my goodness! From what I understand, it's headed our way, too. The snow does look pretty in your pictures...and cold!

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  18. Snow makes for a pretty sight, but just keep it up that way. In Texas we seldom get any and I am thankful.

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  19. Hmmm..... I love snow also, but here in California our temp was 78 degrees this afternoon. Our weather this October has been unseasonably warm and dry - nice to live with but not good for the environment! Thanks for the pictures - at least I can dream while I look at them!

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  20. OMGOSH, Michele. That snow just missed us here. I can't believe it either. it is cold an windy here- ti was warm and summery last week and WHAM- freezing temps now- UGH- xo Diana

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  21. Wow, snow was a shock. Guess it's always beautiful even when you least expect it. Our weather in Kansas City was much colder the last couple of days and frost this mornings so I am thankful it was not snow. Take care, keep your mittens handy.

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  22. yep, my roses were shocked-- crazy weather!

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  23. Absolutely beautiful ... our weather is still warm, not liking it so much for fall. Happy Autumn Michele...

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  24. I heard about that snow. Amazing. And your pictures are so pretty!

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  25. I know, I talked to my Mom and sister and heard about the snow. It looks so pretty. xo

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  26. Wow! It looks pretty but I'm glad it's not here on the Island. We will have it long enough without it arriving this early! Your poor flowers! I know you're busy and I want to thank you for joining me at my HOME. We'll all be here when you are ready to join us once again. Hope you have a lovely weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  27. I love the photo of the flowers with snow on them! :D

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  28. Woke up this morning with about the same amount of snow on the ground. Not unusual for us though! I tossed my beautiful annuals in the compost today as we will have freezing temps all week.

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  29. As someone who hasn't seen snow so much as dust the ground in two years, I am JEALOUS! They're predicting a very cold winter here, so ... fingers crossed!

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  30. Your backyard is so gorgeous with snow I imagine it is even more stunning in the spring after the melt :) Your blog reflects your creative nature! I love it.

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  31. Oh, Michele! What lovely pictures - I don't live where it snows and I do miss it - I can imagine what a sight that was - quite early too - I will be featuring your post in this week's Home and Garden Thursday - I appreciate you hosting,
    Kathy

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