Walking wild on Wednsday

 


We had a bit of a snowfall on the eve of Halloween.

I’m not going to lie....there was some grumbling.


Not from me though...I loved it

And so did my grandchildren!




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  1. Oh Lordy,. No offense, but I am NOT ready for winter yet! And I'm certainly NOT ready for snow!
    Wishing you well on your blustery day!
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  2. Yep, I had a granddaughter in Springfield happily rolling snowballs. I love just a light blanket of the white stuff to cover up the dead leaves which have yet to be blown into the woods ...

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  3. So pretty! I love it when it doesn't stay too long. We didn't get any last year, so if we do this year it will be all the more special.

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  4. They may not get a decent Halloween, but this sure makes up for it!

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  5. We had a bit on Sunday, but only a dusting. It does seem exciting to see those first flurries. Great photos of the snow. Kids are so fun when it snows.

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  6. The first snow is always welcome........Michelle

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  7. What a fun next morning. I love snow, as long as I don't have to drive in it.

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  8. Wow, that is definitely early for snow but it's exciting whenever the first one comes.

    It's great to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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