Friday, March 4, 2011

Today

You really have to look for the beauty in these winter days when you just had your umpteenth snowstorm again.  But this is what we woke up to this morning and it was pretty.  This is one of the side yards looking towards the street.  The snow on the branches is gone this evening - there's still a lot of snow on the ground. 
                                                                                 Diane                                                

8 comments:

Heidi said...

You always put a positive spin on things Diane....it is pretty!

Kit said...

Wow! Lots of the white stuff. We are supposed to get some too. But this once I am hoping it will miss us. I want to wash my car! LOL Kit

Angela said...

It is pretty, but... This South Texas raised girl lived in Northern Michigan for a few years and I know how tired I was of snow about now. To tell you the truth, after 6 and 1/2 years of it, I don't care if I ever see it in person again. I said all that to say this...I'm so sorry! I hope Spring arrives there soon!!
Angela

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh Diane, As much as I love snow and as pretty as yours is, I KNOW that you are TIRED of it this year. You have had so much...

But--since you are such a positive person, I'm sure you are STILL smiling and seeing the beauty in the snow..

Hugs,
Betsy

Laurie said...

How can something this beautiful be such a nuisance! We're supposed to get more tomorrow, hope this is the last of it for awhile, meanwhile, your picture is so pretty!

mudderbear said...

Oh, that is so pretty. Does it last long? Here we are happy if the cold lingers awhile so that snow in the mountains doesn't melt and flood us. Now we're on the ground floor, things like that really worry me and so if it's cold half the time, that's a good thing. And you make it look so pretty, I can't dislike it.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

It is very pretty,but could we have some ' green' pretty?
I guess I I am getting just a littlevimpatient.

Pondside said...

Nooooooo!
Somehow it's prettier in December than in March - but pretty, yes, it is!