Sunday, December 14, 2003

The weather outside......

We had snow!  It is fairly pretty, wet and icy.  Not like the folks up North. Causing havoc on the roadways just the same.  Us Southerners do not know how to drive in winter!

15 comments:

lotzamoe said...

The worst drivers aren't in the South. They're in Florida all year round. Florida isn't the South. It's a combination of two Northern states, Michigan and New York.

hempenhomespun said...

I'd like to clear up something here--northerners do not know how to drive in winter either. We've just discovered that sand makes the skids less graceful.

dymphna103 said...

nice pic of the snow. I am glad we didnt get it here..john

sonensmilinmon said...

The picture was beautiful and looks like just enough snow to enjoy.
Monica

barebytes said...

Nothing prettier than when it's covered with a blanket of snow. Mostly if you are inside looking out. Lanny

chefgracegeorge said...

Yeah Alpha, we got some snow here in Indy too. It was pretty for about 30 minutes, and then I was over it!

mstennee22 said...

that is a beautiful picture! and yes we sure do know how to drive in the snow, lmao you have to or be stuck in doors most of winter.
mel

jayveesonata said...

I lived in the midwest for several years. Trust me, northerners don't know how to drive in the winter, either! Loved your snow picture....Jon

mw15mw99 said...

Wow, this is a Great picture!! I love it when people share their winter wonderlands!! We have very mild weather here. The Sun has been shining and sometimes I wonder if there are really Different Seasons.LOL, Kidding. It is beautiful to see the season changing even if I have to live it through others eyes.
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Kate

krobbie67 said...

What a beautiful pic. I never realized it snowed in KY. I've been through there but it was summer. Even though I hate snow and being cold, there's something nice about it at Christmas time. Enjoy!

mlraminiak said...

I'm jealous..we haven't had any snow yet. I could always go to the mountain (Mt. Hood---about an hour away) to visit the snow, but somehow I never do. Guess living my first 29 years in Chicago cured me of loving mass quantities of snow. Lisa:-]

micheleandres said...

What a beautiful pic. It could be a Christmas card. ...certainly gets me in the spirit. Happy Holidays!
~Michele

freeepeace said...

What a beautiful picture. I've been looking at it for a while... moved by how you are able to capture such beauty through the lens! Great eye! No worries, no one really knows how to drive in winter! But I do know from living in NC for a winter, the south isn't as equipped with snowplows, sand/salt trucks, shovels! That can make for hazardous road conditions! ::shrug:: Stay in. Drink hot chocolate!

hapy203 said...

Beautiful picture! We have had plenty of snow..gotta love it!

ondinemonet said...

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