“Do you know," Peter asked, "why swallows build in the eaves of houses? It is to listen to the stories.” ~ J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

12.24.2009

See?

On the edge of downtown.
Not much snow for a lot of y'all, I know.
But here?
Oh baby.

All gone now.
i've never had a white christmas

10 comments:

  1. we got it too...it was 70 yesterday!

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  2. unusual weather here. rain and very windy and cold but no snow. snow is such a beautiful sight and so special to have on Christmas Eve - no matter how slight - just so peaceful.
    I wish for you a Christmas filled with all the things you love.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year friend.

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  3. We had that yesterday! Just like that! All gone now too.
    Lovely.

    LOL-word scramble: forkers

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  4. you must have wished really hard....and then your tiny snowflakes appeared :)

    merry christmas to you... and I always have plenty of snow I can send your way when you need more !

    merry christmas ~

    {ps...love the post about "now"}

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  5. Merry Christmas, sweet friend.
    xo

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  6. What a gift for you! Makes my snow-laden-shores-of-lake-Erie heart smile.

    And you are a gift for me. Yes, a needful, understanding, and most welcome gift full of grace and kindness and love.

    Merry Christmas, Kindred Soul.

    xo, Graciel

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  7. Wasn't it the greatest gift? I was out in it delivering gifts. The best! Hope you had a good day.

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  8. How fantastic! a White Texas Christmas! Hope it was Merry and Bright.
    xoxo
    S

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  9. We had a white Christmas here in southwest Missouri. The first in nine years. Very exciting.

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  10. That is truly magical!!!
    I am so happy for you...that you had your very first white Christmas..even if it was fleeting.
    It snowed more in Texas than it did way up here!

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