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Friday, February 10, 2012

Change in the Weather

We had a good bit of snow fall last Saturday.
THe next day, the sun shone so most of the snow was melted.  We made a trip to a nearby park.
While the kids were playing, I  made some walking around the park and  saw some of the daffodils  coming up already.
"A change in the weather is sufficient to recreate the world and ourselves."
- Marcel Proust -
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27 comments:

  1. Hi Rose, we still have no snow here in Utah. It has been the wierdest winter ever. I can hardly wait until life starts popping up around here. Daffodils showld bloom in March. Thanks so much for the sweet postcard I received in the mail yesterday. I am thrilled that you like your gift.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  2. aw. poor daffodils. i bet they were force to sprout. same here with our lilac. i dont think it will survive with the weather.

    visiting from skywatch friday! hope u can drop by

    http://myphotomeme.com/2012/02/09/yesterdays-weather/

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  3. Wow, that must be such a heavy snowfall. It's reassuring to see signs of budding plants that presage the coming of spring. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  4. The pic with the little birdhouse is poetic:)

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  5. Beautiful winter and captures!

    Happy SWF. Enyoy your weekend.
    xo
    Regina

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  6. Beautiful shots, Rose. I really like the ones of the daffodil bulbs sprouting.

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  7. I love when it snows in my city, but unfortunately it doesn´t usually occur many winters. Nice shots...

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  8. Wow, it's always amazing how quickly the weather can change.

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  9. I am hoping winter is over soon, do you enjoy the snow? I am sure you children love it. See the daffodil sprouting is a good sign. Great shots!

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  10. I enjoy seeing the snow pictures. Doesn't look like we will even get our normal half inch here this year!

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  11. Nice winter shots.

    Regards and best wishes

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  12. Ang kapal ng snow sa labas. Diba madulas ang daan pag ganyan minsan may mga naaaksidente.

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  13. So far we have had one snow this winter and it's cold out here today. They're talking about snow next week. My daffodils are growing as well mommy. It's like the signs of spring. :) Visiting!

    Adin B

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  14. so neat to see the kids playing w/o jackets a day after that snow! :)

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  15. Beautiful snow shots! I like the shadows in that last photo, too.

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  16. That's nice to see the daffodils starting to come up!

    We've had very little snow here in Connecticut this winter.

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  17. Brrrr!!!! Someone tell the daffodils that it's still winter!

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  18. Great shot out your picture window. I can feel the warmth inside!

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  19. Wonderful series of snowy photos! especially love the window view with the shadowy plant in the foreground! And love the play of shadow, colour, shape and texture in the last few photos!

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  20. Ha! Good news... it means Spring is on the air, di ba?

    You still have the white stuff too? Di na matapos? I am so tired of winter even it's very mild this year. Flu always strikes at D´Box in times like this.

    Happy SSS, systah and have a blessed Sunday.

    Greetings from freezing Stockholm,
    /chie

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  21. Great snow shots, you can tell that spring is on its way when the daffodils start to appear.

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  22. What beautiful pictures... especially love the daffodils popping through :-)
    Hugs, antonella :-)
    I've linked up with a shadow shot and some free love inspired printables here!

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  23. That is not my kind of change in the weather. It is very cold here today, but nothing like this.

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  24. Nothing like a bit of growth for encouragement. I'm so happy that you decided to join Seasonal Sundays. Hope you'll be here next week too!

    - The Tablescaper

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