Wow! You just took your tea inside just at the right time!Here in Arizona, I think Flagstaff got 1 to 3 inches last week, but that's at 7000 feet.Overall, it is cooler this year. I think we might just escape from any more 100 degree days this October. We have even had nights in the 50s. It's only October!
Oh no! Much too early, and that's not even just a dusting. The squirrels are lucky you feed them, this grandma had to stop because there are too many of them and they became aggressive.Have a good weekend Bernideen.Judith
No snow in Michigan, YET! Our temps are in the high 50's low 60's. I'm not looking forward to winter coming early, but we take whatever Mother Nature sends our way! ;-)
Wow! I love snow! In Italy is still autumn.KissesAlessandra
OH NO! Not already! Luckily we don't have any yet! Nancy
I love his costume Bernideen!!! :) The first snow always catches me off guard. We haven't had any here yet...but it won't be long.I hope you have the best-est weekend!hugs from me...
The first snow is always so exciting.
I didn't expect to see snow when I came over for a visit. You certainly get it early, Bernideen-Karen
I can't believe it..SNOW how pretty!!! it is lovley agaist the pumpkins in your garden.
Where I'm from, it's been two years since we've seen snow! Lucky you!
Snow? Not yet! Hope that it didn't last because I think you need many more autumn teas.
Bernideen, I love your snowy picture! Shame on that squirrel! Thank you for sharing with us!
Your photos are lovely!
Well, you have kicked off the season! Beautiful! The first snow is always exciting. (We don't get much.) I also loved seeing your visit with Nancy!
Snow?? Oh - lovely, yet, not quite the time. Guess no garden tea this week like your lovely Hunt tea last. Enjoy the dusting and expect the afternoon sun to melt it away . . .Joy!Kathy
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