Monday, January 10, 2011

It's a Winter Wonderland

Heavier snow has moved into the area, scheduled to move out late this evening. The seven flights to Atlanta have been cancelled, the roads are wet and slick. The snow plows are out doing the best they can do to keep up with all this beautiful fluffy snow.












The snow's beauty from the inside looking out is gorgeous. I know many of you are traveling to scheduled destinations. Please be careful out there, we've had many accidents in the Kansas City area. Until next time...
hugs ~lynne~














18 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Your snow pictures are stunning! Amazing to see all your yard ornaments covered in all that white stuff! It can be so pretty, but you have to be careful. Stay indoors and enjoy the peace and quiet!

XO,
Jane

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Beautiful photos. We have our white stuff here in Atlanta and it has shut us down!

Shelia said...

Hi Lynne! Wow, look at your snow! It's so beautiful and looks like it's still coming down in your snaps. I'm loving seeing all of the snow around Blogland. Be safe and stay warm.
Be a sweetei,
Shelia ;)

THE OLD GEEZER said...

I got cold just looking at your photos :-)

Stay warm and safe :-)

~Ron

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great pictures! I should have got out and taken more pics. this morning but it is just to cold.
Stay warm!

The Decorative Dreamer said...

It's so pretty! We got quite a lot of snow here in SC too! Glad to hear you are staying in and staying warm and cozy.

Dolores said...

Oh BRRRRRR .... your pictures are beautiful... and it looks so cold!

It's cold here, but no moisture.
Be careful and stay warm.
Hugs,

lvroftiques said...

Lynne that last image was enchanting. The snow really makes for wonderful photo ops doesn't it? Wish it wasn't such a pain in the tucus in every other way!
So good to hear from you! All's well for now in my neck of the woods. I hope it stays that way for all of us. Keep warm and safe my friend! Vanna

PAT said...

You have more than we do. At least I think so. It stopped snowing not long after dark. It was pretty to watch...a lazy snow.

vignette design said...

Such beautiful photos Lynn. Stay warm!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Hi Lynne,
I love the look of freshly fallen snow, even though we have tons of it at our place!
Stay warm and cozy inside!
Cindy

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Ok girl now I'm cold again...I love the snow so long as I don't have the shovel it to get out of my driveway ha ha!! How is Mr. Bill and Bailey doing...I went to town yesterday and got Landenhis crib then Len and Candace put it together while watched Landen dirty job but someone has to do it ha ha!!
Girl he is getting so cute and laughing out loud now which just makes me act more silly about him to get him to laugh more...I'm really enjoying that little one..Maybe because he lives by me and I get to see him all the time..Hugs and smiles my Dear sweet friend..Gloria

Melissa Miller said...

Lynne the snow looks so serene and beautiful. Stay warm and comfy.

Happy New Year!
~Melissa :)

Atticmag said...

Your southern snow is gorgeous -- picture perfect! We're waiting for a foot tonight though it's bound to be much messier here. Thanks for stopping by to see our cook's kitchen. Jane

Designs By Pinky said...

Lynne, it is headed our way tonight! They are saying that we'll only get 5-8 inches though, up in New England they will get FEET of it! I like it for a day then need to get around again:):) Your pics are BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!! XO, Pinky

xinex said...

It sure looks beautiful, Lynne. A winter wonderland for sure!...Christine

Deanna said...

Dear Lynne,
This beautiful snow reminds me frosting on a cake!

So pretty,
d

food for thought said...

loving all your fat snowflake pics, truly a wonderland~