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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Proof Of Snow In South Texas


After seeing all the blogger's beautiful snow pictures of their yards I just had to prove Mother Nature does include us once in a while. This is not the last snow we had which was in 1985. It was a few years before when my daughters were young enough to get out and make not one but four snow people. One to represent each member of our family. Don't laugh my girls had no experience with snow or making snow people so I think they did a pretty fair job considering it took most all the snow on one side of the yard.

15 comments:

Donna said...

Yeah, there's not even any snow left on the ground! They did great.

Sheila said...

They did pretty good, to bad there wasn't enough snow left for a snowpet... :)
Take care, Sheila

salemslot9 said...

I can hear
you now...
'how can I
make dinner without
my carrots
and
my apron?'

lovely snow fam!

Ally Lifewithally said...

I think your girls did very well as they had such a little snow to play with ~ Ally x

Toon said...

Want some more? I'd gladly send you the six plus inches we've got on the ground now.

Jean said...

Your girls did well just glad they had enough snow to make them with. Texas is like South Alabama it doesn't snow to often. Have a nice day.

jack69 said...

I think they are great and I know they did. Yeah, us Southern folk must do with what we get.

As usual, good entry.

FrankandMary said...

Looks like more than in Jersey.

Lucy said...

They did very good. Even cleaned up the ground also it would not be muddy. I would be more than happy to share some with you.

Wendy said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Love this post of yours. We had a snow fest (12 inches) in Victoria a few years back (I think it was Christmas 2004)...I think your girls did a great job with their snow family!

madcobug said...

I think they did good! Helen

Marty said...

May all your snow only be enough to make a snowman!
Best,
Marty

J said...

i hear you, paula! we only get snow once every 10 years! AND this year i was in san francisco when it snowed! how sad, right?! nice snowmen though!

Jimmy's Journal said...

Hey, it's the thought that counts, Paula. For a Miami boy, I'd say that was plenty of snow.

Jimmy

Lori said...

Love it! I think they did a great job. I bet they had a lot of fun that year too!! My niece in Ocala, Forida, had enough snow on the hood of her car last year to make one teeny, tiny little snowman.