Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Snow Already

We raced out two nights ago to get new snow boots for the kids. Unfortunately we need them already! We haven't even had Halloween yet and the first snow storm of the season has arrived. Ohhhhhhh Canada!

Here are my daughters new winter white boots with faux fur trim. I give them one week of looking nice . . . . I'll be wishing I bought black soon enough.


I just had to get a pic of my poor scarecrow this morning. Doesn't he look scared!


He is melting in my kitchen now


This guy was on a recent Thanks Giving Post ~ it was 70 degrees just a few weeks ago


He is drip drying in my sink while the snowmen offer to replace his decorating duties.



Wishing it all away by Friday ~ for a much warmer and dryer Halloween.


8 comments:

TattingChic said...

Ah, snow, I do not miss it, but I know it brings drinking water in the spring when it melts. Your scarecrow DID look scared, LOL!

Tracy said...

Oh goodness, snow is pretty but I'm really glad we live where we don't really get much (Alabama), I'm just not ready for winter at all! I never am....

Meadowsweet Days said...

Hi Karen,
Just came upon your post about changing wallpaper backgrounds! Thank you, thank you, thank you, I have been searching and couldn't find that info anywhere. I am new to blogging, so please come and visit me in New York! Ykes! Snow already! I will add you to my blog roll of favorite places, if you wouldn't mind adding mine, I am so happy to meet new friends.

Carol
Meadowsweet Days

Nancy said...

Hi Karen...I noticed the weather this morning...poor you! So soon! Hopefully it will melt soon and you will be having a few warm days yet. I hate to tell you this...we are going to be +19C today. It is just beautiful here (for a change)!

Hope all is well. Talk soon.
Hugs, Nancy

Brenda said...

Karen,
Well, I don't miss the early snow, even though I miss the Ottawa area. Shall I post a picture of my roses that are still bloomng outside the front door, along with all of my herbs? Hope it's gone by Friday, so the kidlets have a good hallowe'en.

Brendie

Brandie said...

snow?? where do you live?? ahh..send it our way..i live in the texas panhandle and would love to see it here :)

Rob Alberti said...

Your decorations are just beautiful. I just never have time to do any of that around here.

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