When we got home to Lubbock on Saturday, there were a few remnants of snowfall left in our backyard from a dusting the area got earlier in the week. The kids were so excited about the 1/4 inch of snow on the patio table and chairs - I can't wait until they finally get to see a real snowfall. The years we lived in Dallas, the most we ever got was ice; we never saw the fluffy stuff. A slight snow fall this Sunday caused some squeals, but there was no accumulation. Here's hoping for a White Christmas!
For those of you who live in beautiful mountain locations (Catrina), no laughing at me for getting out the camera for this pitiful amount of snow!
No worries, Starr. You guys have had more snow in your backyard than we've had in ours! If we had that much snow, I'd have my camera out too--mostly because if we have snow, that probably means that IT'S NOT RAINING!! We're just fortunate that the beautiful mountain snow isn't but an hour or so drive.
:( I want snow!
I think I am going to rent a snow cone machine and pour the shaved ice in my backyard and call it snow. :) ...or buy some of that shredded plastic that you use inside for fake snow and sprinkle it in my yard. HA!