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Sunday, January 9, 2011

I live In Texas For Pete's Sake!!!!

RED DOG
THE SHED





SO, HERE WE HAVE IT....
MY POOR TRUCK
THE DECK
VIEW FROM THE POND










I think tomorrow should be a vacation day
with a dose of Nancy's sugar cookies!!!
And Brendie, you are a lucky gal!!!

Till next time, if I make it...
Bonjour

9 comments:

Tami / Maddie Lumpkin said...

I think you've got more snow than we do in Ohio.I guess you didn't move far enough south! Oh heck,go make some snow angels!

Lavender Chick said...

Wow! Can't believe you got that much snow! Doesn't look a thing like Texas. No snow here, but some rain last night. Thanks goodness! The cedar pollen has been pretty bad this year. So - I feel quite certain a vacation day is in order for you tomorrow :)

brendie said...

first day back at work for me, lovely and warm, think i might go for a swim

sawn61 said...

Terry, my Mom grew up in Louisiana, and she has always said snow that was a novelty there.They hardly ever saw snow.I guess it's a novelty there,too,but I'll bet that's not the word that comes to your mind today.

Nancy said...

Holy cow, Terry. That's alot of snow for you! Looks wet though -- hopefully it melts fast.

The sugar cookies are awesome! I hope you enjoy some today. :)

Terry M Scott (AKA Terry Mann) said...

I DID NOT LEAVE THE HOUSE, no snow angels, I did enjoy some cookies though!!! Novel to say the least, wet yes, icy, you bet! Glad the Austin area faired better.
Brendie, you are so cruel!!!

moabhw said...

I live in Oklahoma, about 45 minutes from the Texas border, and everyone around us got snow. We got a few flurries, and that was it. I was sad, but my husband reminded me how much I complained last year during our ice storm.

great blog

Terry M Scott (AKA Terry Mann) said...

Hi moabhw- thanks for reading my blog.
My daughter Heather just moved from Tulsa to Alaska, she's a traveling nurse.
We got more snow that stuck than most I think. Have a great one.
Terry

Canyon Girl said...

Has it melted yet? Are you snowed in? I love the snow, but it can be inconvenient. -- Inger