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Monday, January 2, 2012

8 comments:

Brian Miller said...

oh they keep on giving...i just escaped a bg one in cleveland....got out just in time last night...exhausted and ready for a nap after driving through the night

sandy said...

Now, that looks like winter. Pretty old house, too.

Gillena Cox said...

thats a nice universal approach; i always find storm to be scarry


much love...

Magyar said...

Right...
__Storms present themselves without journalism, or politics, or the "Buy one, get one free(!)" kinds of phrases. They tell you what they are... as they ARE!
__Lovit LL. _m

Anthony Duce said...

I think I see better when looking into a storm. We haven’t had our first winter storm yet, just lots of wind, threatening.

Margie said...

I love that picture, wonderful house surrounded with snow!

When I was a little girl growing up in NS, we had so many snowstorms and I loved then as we had people spend the night that could not venture any further from in front of our house as the snow drifted so high!

I got to know the neighbors well as my dad stayed up all night with them in our big kitchen and I was keeping through the keyhole and eavesdropping! LOL!

Love this post! x

Margie said...

*peeking*

Lorraine said...

I bet, that's when it's convenient when the heat doesn't work, no way you fall asleep lol glad you made it home safely :)

It's my favourite house in the whole world, I use to babysit there when I was a teenager, I loved it, 'cause I loved the house lol 3 little adorable girls, loved them

Gillena, many things scare me, but a storm, never, after all I was born in April lol

Exactly Doug, exactly nothing fake here lol

Threatening is good Doug it's only a matter of time :)

lol thanks angel I got it the firs time lol