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Friday, 7 December 2012

First snow 2012

One solitary degree at 8:03am. Frost in the frost pockets where the cold air tumbles down the sides of Carmine's ramparts. Ice cubes in the chickens' drinking water. And now there is a dusting of snow on the palms, and a pile of cats on Mathilda.

3 comments:

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

I hope you're keeping warm! It's pretty cold here too and we've had the first snow the other day - though it only lasted for about 15 minutes ;-) Have a lovely weekend xo

Vagabonde said...

My first time here. First snow? How wonderful. Here in Georgia we do not get much snow – sometimes we may get a day or two in January. It would be nice to see some in December.

Vagabonde said...

Oh my! I just read your last post. I also published this same Carson quote on a post about a trip to Long Island, New York. It was lovely there but I am afraid they suffered during hurricane Sandy. Here is where you can see my quote, it is at the end of my post: http://avagabonde.blogspot.com/2012/03/driving-in-and-around-great-neck-long.html.

Friday, 7 December 2012

First snow 2012

One solitary degree at 8:03am. Frost in the frost pockets where the cold air tumbles down the sides of Carmine's ramparts. Ice cubes in the chickens' drinking water. And now there is a dusting of snow on the palms, and a pile of cats on Mathilda.

3 comments:

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

I hope you're keeping warm! It's pretty cold here too and we've had the first snow the other day - though it only lasted for about 15 minutes ;-) Have a lovely weekend xo

Vagabonde said...

My first time here. First snow? How wonderful. Here in Georgia we do not get much snow – sometimes we may get a day or two in January. It would be nice to see some in December.

Vagabonde said...

Oh my! I just read your last post. I also published this same Carson quote on a post about a trip to Long Island, New York. It was lovely there but I am afraid they suffered during hurricane Sandy. Here is where you can see my quote, it is at the end of my post: http://avagabonde.blogspot.com/2012/03/driving-in-and-around-great-neck-long.html.