Monday, November 27, 2006

Tis the Season

Yesterday, after worship service, we went to get our Christmas tree. Our family has the tradition of going to a you cut tree farm to cut a tree and we usually wait until a couple of weeks before Christmas to do this, but our schedules this year dictated us doing it this weekend or not everyone would get to go. It had been snowing a little in the morning on our way to church, but then it turned to rain and by the time we were heading out to get our tree, it was fairly pouring. While we were walking around the tree farm the rain started turning white and by the time we were leaving with our tree, it was snowing very hard. We were all very excited, you see we don't get much snow around these parts and so it is almost like a holiday when we do! After we got home, the boys played out all evening even though we only had about an inch. This morning when we woke up, there was about 8 inches and the boys have been out all morning. It is beautiful! Our backyard is still untouched, except for a few footprints along the side fence where boy #2 went to knock the heavy snow off of our little tree for me, we already had a branch break off of our rhododendron in the font yard from the weight of the snow and we didn't want the new little trees to get damaged. We are in a winter wonderland!


Mama Squirrel said...

You have snow? And we don't? That's funny.

Mama Squirrel (in Canada)

Amy said...

Wouldn't you know it. It snows really good after we move! We only got a light dusting on Monday. I am praying for snow -- I need an excuse to stay home and get lots of projects done. :O)

MamaLion said...

I'm so jealous! I miss the snow I grew up with in Michigan. Weather is the only thing I don't like about living in the South. Well, that and slow moving cashiers.