Sunday, December 16, 2007

whitewash.

Our magnolia tree -
tucked in for a long winter's nap beneath a blanket of snow.
Winter has arrived in Willoughby, and just in time.

9 comments:

Middle Ditch said...

Oh, you are so lucky! Snow! Almost unheard of now here in South England. I love it. Grew up with it and sorely miss it.

falnfenix said...

no snow here...at least none worth mentioning.

:(

Robb Allen said...

I'm in shorts, still.

Granted, we made a fire tonight, but that was just for making s'mores, not for heat.

Breda said...

Robb - today I saw someone wearing a parka and shorts, brushing the snow off his car. I kid you not. Clevelanders are an odd bunch.

comatus said...

Bet you it all melts off at least once before Christmas.

I'm from here.

unforgivingmin said...

Hey, thanks for the kitteh advice and the blogroll addition. Looks like we may be meeting at the Blog Bash next May :-)

Jay G said...

8" of the white crap Thursday. Another 10" yesterday.

Tell me, is it time to rescind Al Gore's Nobel Prize yet?

Oldsmoblogger said...

There are still people running around Greater Cleveburg in shorts--I think I saw one at Lowe's yesterday, when I went to get a snow shovel (having cleverly thrown out the broken shovel when I cleaned the garage last summer, then put the snowblower in for a tuneup, then ended up clearing the driveway and walks Sunday night with one of the kids' toy shovels).

Lin said...

What a pretty picture. . I used to live right off of Lost Nation Blvd. . and miss that area terribly.

Lin (aka scully)