There Is No Denying It

Leaves and snow on the ground at the same time is just wrong.

Summer is over and winter is soon upon us. Way sooner than I would like for sure. We had a minor snowfall event yesterday afternoon and last night. You would never have know it was going to be minor had you been at the grocery store shortly beforehand. N was thrilled to walk home from school while the snow was flying. Rain is expected so this snow will be but a memory soon.

Cold feet!

Guess who else wasn’t too happy when we went outside last night. He kept looking at me like it was my fault.


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8 Responses to There Is No Denying It

  1. Michelle says:

    Only in New England can it snow on a Wednesday and then the following Monday reach a high temp of 68 degrees. I’m really hoping that the weather predictions are right!


  2. Lisa says:

    Wow Snow! These photos have reminded me that it really is that time of the year…I hope it doesn’t snow too much here this year!


  3. Marilyn says:

    It sure seems like fall was just a blink of an eye this year! Hopefully spring comes early and winter is gentle with us!


  4. YarnyDragonfly says:

    It’s way too early for snow, as far as I’m concerned! The forecasters really got this one wrong – we were only supposed to get a few flurries and maybe a little bit sticking in the grass, not 3-4 inches! Back in the upper 60’s on Monday – get the bikinis and sunscreen ready – woohooo!!!! 🙂


  5. Pumpkin says:

    Ahhh! No, I’m still pretending it is early Fall, don’t ruin my blissful delusion!


  6. Cookie says:

    At least, you don’t have to rake? Yeah, I got nothing. Stay warm!


  7. Kepanie says:

    Wow-wee! Hope you’re toasty at home.


  8. chrisknits says:

    Of course it was your fault, you didn’t clear the path for him. He had to walk on cold snow. LOL! We saw a brief flash of that before leaving Indianapolis today. But once south of the city the sun shown the way home. Not a drop of anything in Southern Indiana, thank goodness!


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