Monday, February 25, 2013


We remember in our town
the blizzard of 1957
when the graduating class of 1975 graduated from the audience instead of the the stage
822 snow gauge
Miss Mermaid?  Can you see me now?

(see how you in NATIONAL GUARD)
we are shut down folks

really epic blizzard with
more expected

when in doubt
blueberry Nobilo
tussie mussie
do your part for the class of 
if I can you can!


Anonymous said...

oh my, keep warm, I have to say the snow photos look like home to me, lol we are still buried with a few months to go, but I know its strange for you, your house looks lovely laden with snow, beautiful photos,

StagerLinda said...

Did not realize you guys got hit so hard. I'll pray for the power to stay on. You keep pour the wine and snuggling up with your family.

carolyn bradford said...

Had no idea this was going on…where have I been? Oh yeah…recovering from a "procedure"! Maybe I will do a fun post on it soon?! We shall see! Be careful out there…blueberry Nobilo? Is it good??? Nobilo is our favorite! What's the weather doing now??? We are about to get pounded with rain but snow??? I'm so sorry!

Heather - New House New HOme said...

Was just looking at some footage of Kansas and the fact that the storm "originated in Texas" and thought you might be getting some snow. Didn't realize how much!! Stay safe (and warm).

NanaDiana said...

Oh- Stay safe and warm! I hate all the heavy snow...and I, for one, can't wait for Spring- xo Diana

Maureen said...

It appears your blizzard is tracking it's way up here and will hit tomorrow. While you are sipping that drink, I'll be shovelling my way to the chickens!

TSL said...

Be careful! We heard the news upon awaking today regarding one of the two deaths from this storm, and it was the FIL of a blogging friend, and it is just dreadful. Take very good caution!

Marissa said...

Brrr that is Cold!! Stay warm!!
Sending you some sunshine from South Texas.. It's 78 down here!!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Stay safe and warm....hopefully it warms up soon!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

These photos are amazing!!! A true winter wonderland :)

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

What a storm! Your photos are beautiful, though. Stay warm and be safe.