Thursday, February 23, 2012

MORE SNOW AND WILD WINDS....

Last night there were 70 mile an hour wind shears.....and more snow and it has been snowing all day.  This is how it looked this morning:










12 comments:

ellen b. said...

That's some crazy wind for sure. Hope you can stay in where it's warm...

Johanna said...

Hi Bernideen,
although it is hard for you as a gardener and for birds and squirrels, the snow looks so beautiful. And the cat figurine with the snow is cute.
Best greetings, Johanna

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

BRRRRRRRRRRRrrrrrrrrrr!

Hang in there, spring will be here soon! Stay warm and dry!!!

Karen said...

I was so surprised to wake up to snow this morning. And that wind was fierce last night! I know it's still February, but I'm sooo looking forward to spring!

Lady Linda said...

More snow...wow. Your pix are always so pretty. Hope you are staying warm and cozy.
Love,
Linda

relevanttealeaf said...

Oh, Bernideen, does that mean you get a "snow day" at your store? Probably not - and since you're in business snow days are something you don't want! We are under a winter storm watch here in Michigan. I anticipated waking up to several inches of snow, but so far it's skirted around us, for which I'm thankful. I'm having a tea party tomorrow, so I don't want my guests snowed in.

Rosemary said...

Thanks for sharing your wintery scene. We have been spared from the wrath of Old Man Winter, and it feels like spring is just around the corner now. Stay warm!

Elizabeth said...

The snow looks lovely! Stay safe!

Deanna said...

Hello Dear Lady.
We're just getting the wind.....no snow. Not fair.
Have a lovely week-end.
d

Joyce said...

Brrrr....too cold for me. I've become very spoiled living in the South. We think we are freezing down here right now.
We have a nice "fire" roaring in our fireplace even. HA!
Enjoyed "catching" up on your Blog...I've been off planet lately and haven't caught mine up either. Blah...
Good to see you and your sweet little Tea Room are doing well, Bernideen.

Angela McRae said...

So jealous! Not one single snowflake have I seen this winter. And it's in the seventies today, sigh ... !

Barbara said...

Looks pretty but I have had enough of snow this year having got stranded in it!