Snow cone

On Friday, I woke up early to a carpet of white and a whirl of snowflakes.

After a while, I could stand it no longer and roused the anklebiters so we could go outside and dance in the snow.

Just around lunchtime, the sun came out so Oscar and I went out in search of dazzle and diamonds and snow.

He caught some – right on the nose.

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51 thoughts on “Snow cone

  1. You win the early snow reward!! I think your snow free days were quite short this year..I think I would like a summer do over.
    I am sure Oscar loved the snow and I can just see you and your brood dancing in the snow:)

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  2. Snow already??? We had our first frost yesterday, and I did not find that so lovely. I’ve been wondering if I would get outside more often if you were my neighbor. Hmmm.

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  3. Nooooo, not snow already! Reading your post made me realise that any chance of experiencing an Indian summer will just not happen. How can winter be here already?

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  4. Hey! Wow! I love your new look! Love that header!!! I was confused when I landed here thinking I was in the wrong place!

    And how can you have such a lovely post about autumn and then go straight into snow. Now Sweden isn’t looking so good to me!

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  5. Love that picture! I can just picture Oscar sniffing through the snow. It’s raining here and I have a sinking feeling that it’s going to morph into snow any day, now. Not sure I’m ready for it, yet.

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