Thursday, 3 January 2008

Watching and waiting...

for that first flake... oh please, oh please...


8 comments:

Nonnie said...

I'm kind of with you on wishing for the snow but on the other hand I don't want to get stuck here in Chelsea if it snows too much and not be able to get home this evening. The sky is looking very snow filled here though.

asti said...

Absolutely........although I have to work tonight - brrrr...
Bring it on!

amy said...

oh how i wish it would snow here. but we rarely get any. and by rarely, i mean like once every two years. sad...

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS ... said...

Hi Michele, we had the tiniest of flurries this morning at about 11.00, then nothing, nothing still, and probably will be nothing! I think your only hope of seeing any is to keep glued to your snowglobe. Hey I have got another award, my mantel is starting to buckle under the added weight, how's yours doing? x

Anonymous said...

Oh no, no, no not yet let me get the shopping done first so it doesn't matter if we get snowed in!
Carolyn x
Willow House

Two Crofters said...

ack - just wind here......!
tracy x

Beeswax, said...

Well Michele , as you predicted,SNOW snow and more snow...big chunky stuff and little flurries, even the windy type blowing and blustery!! all been here today, but needless to say my only contact so far has been to empty the bins!!how un romantic is that!!
We did arrange a sledging event this evening but Lous car just was going nowhere, and it would have taken her forever to reach my house on foot, so it was postponed!
I really wanted to take some photos and post them up for you..
maybe tomorrow?
Love your snow globe and the story of Pickles running out of the house with it attached just had me in tears! Your doors in to your dining room are so lovely, as is Pickles sitting by his balloon...Thanks for you comments on my post of despair...I appreciate the empathy, like yours , Han still gives me a goodnight kiss and a cuddle is never far from coming, we do actually have a good laugh together sometimes, as you say it's the feeling of no longer needing to wipe their noses!!you hit it on the nail again Michele..will look forward to one day where we can speak for hours, dribble or drivvle will do!!I am sure we could find loads to talk about!
Love to Michele,
Kath xx:)

nicolafraser said...

no snow here either, darn it.x