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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Simply Sunday Snowy Pictures

Happy Sunday!

I thought I would share with you these snowy pictures... You might think that these are from last year? Nope, they are from Halloween! That's right. Some of you may be wondering why that is such a surprise, well, Halloween for us is in the Fall.  Most years the weather is temperate, but this year we had a Nor'easter come through and it was a biggie.  The trees were full of leaves as most had not begun to fall yet, so there were broken limbs and power lines that came with them.

We lost power early on Saturday and didn't have power returned until late Thursday (we were already asleep).  There were others who had it much worse than we did and made me realize how nice it is to have power - lights, heat things we really take for granted today.


We were going to do trick or treating in our neighborhood because my son's friends wanted to come here, but we ended up going to another friend's house whose neighborhood had power.  Too funny to see the kids trick or treating and there are snowmen! LOL!!


The border on these pictures is not part of the picture.

I am sharing these pictures on Shadow Shot Sunday #183!

P.S. The weather today is a beautiful fall day :-)  I hope you are enjoying a fantastic day where you are too!

Enjoy! Copyright for Personal Use Antonella DeFalco

6 comments:

chillin with Quillin said...

beautiful pictures,but bad losing power. that would be different trick or treating with snow on the ground and snowmen!
Paula

Realizare Magazin Online said...

Very nice article. I will wait next one.

Regards,
Taste wine

Hey Harriet said...

Beautiful snowy photos! And wow, you lost your power for that long? That would drive me bonkers! I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying some lovely weather now though :)

Francisca said...

Brrr! Your snow photos make me chilly! And I can't imagine having no power for almost a week in this weather! Yes, we have a lot to be grateful for.

Air Bohemia said...

Ewwwww...we had a teaser a while back as well, more like slushy rain, but none stuck to the ground, thankfully, but you guys have really had it out there...is it spring yet???

Elizabeth Johnson said...

We had a storm like that 2 years ago in January and were without power for several days. Its amazing how it can change your perspective on such things to simply be without electricity. Your photos are beautiful, though.

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