Saturday, March 3, 2012


The weatherman was right! We got slammed last night.

It really is breath-taking to look at.

This is a picture of our driveway...that doesn't exist.

But Hubby is taking care of that.  Now just have to wait for the snowplow.

We made it out! This is the view from the road.

I'll take this any day over floods and tornadoes.  I feel so bad for the folks who have lost their homes, and I know some of you may have got hit harder than this.  Our stuff will be gone after next's supposed to be in the '40's.  Woo-Hoo.

~*~ Lisa


Angela said...

Lisa, those pictures are breathtaking,,,just beautiful. While you were having such a quiet peaceful storm, we were having loud scarey storms here in the south. Rain, hail, terrifying watches and warnings, but we were spared yet again here at the homeplace. But so many were not as lucky. Such devastation everywhere. My heart and prayers go out to all of those affected. Enjoy your snow. Stay warm and safe.

Trace4J said...

Just beautiful Lisa!
Love it.
Hugs Trace

Karen~The Barely There Primitive Bear said...

Beautiful, Lisa! You should have the second picture made into Christmas cards!...You are making me miss home!


Traci said...

Oh, I love the snow covered serene & peaceful looking. I would have left the driveway til tomorrow night just to pretend I was snowed in.. TFS Hugs, Traci

Pamela@ Our Pioneer Homestead said...

That second picture is so beautiful! Lovely pictures, thanks so much for sharing~

Primitive Echoes said...

God makes it so beautiful so that we won't go crazy with all the snow lol. It really is pretty. Almost spring though, hang in there. I know what it is like.

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

It really is beautiful though hey? *smiles* Norma

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful sight the snow is but yet it can also be dangerous.
With cold temps and slick roads it isn't safe to be out in. I hope it all melts for you soon. We have definitely had a weird winter/spring for sure. The seasons are all out of kilter with the shifting of the earths axis and the unusual warming in the gulf. Without a cold winter, that puts us all in danger of some strange weather patterns. The weather forecast is something we need to watch on a daily basis to be prepared just in case. In our area we are hit with floods, tornadoes and severe storms. So please make sure you and your family have an emergency kit for every kind of weather situation.
Be safe
Country at heart

jennifer768 said...

Wow, that is a lot of snow.It is so beautiful!I just love it when the snow hangs off the trees.Thanks for sharing. Stay safe and warm.Hugs,Jen


I can't imagine living in snow like that, we get the hurricanes here in Florida. But your pics are beautiful. Stay safe and warm. Cyndy

basketsbyrose said...

Snow is so much better then a tornado! You can get ready for snow, but these big storms - no way.

cockermom said...

How beautiful! We have been pretty lucky ourselves this year with a very mild winter here in southern Indiana and just a few storms with hale from the recent destruction south of us. I kinda miss having one nice big snow storm and then gone in a day or two. Oh well,summer will be here soon!

Prims By The Water said...

The snow pics look wonderful...I wish we would have had one big storm here so I could have stayed home from work and crafted. I made your bunny and she turned out cute. I will post and give you credit if you say its ok. Take care, Janice

Stomper Girl said...

Wow, your photos are right out of a fairy-story! We don't really get snow here where I live so thank you for sharing yours with me!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Can I say "ick"? Sorry - pretty yes, but too familiar a sight yet for this bird. (If I close my eyes and kind squint at your photos, I can almost pretend those trees look like palm trees....) ;o) Hope it's melted by now. We've had almost a week now of "melting" temps (40's and 50's) so most of our white is gone. Yippee!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin