Sunday, January 26, 2014

Snow Day



Church was cancelled.

Snowed In.

Just another day in a Michigan Winter.





Happy Sunday!

13 comments:

  1. Our goats don't like the snow. ha ha! Church was closed for my friend here in Ohio too. I'm busy in the kitchen. I'll be posting about it tomorrow.

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    1. Our goats do not like snow either! The sheep don't seem to mind too much.

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  2. The sheep don't look look very happy about the snow. I am glad to see the end of January nearing. Sorry you missed church : (

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    1. I cannot wait until Spring!! This cold weather is getting old :)

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  3. Brrr! I wouldn't want to be livestock this winter.

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  4. It may be chilly, and unsafe to travel but it sure does look pretty. :-)

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    1. I agree, the snow is beautiful! I just wish it was a wee bit warmer so we could enjoy it :)

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  5. Living in Michigan, I can testify to the "snowyness". It sure is beautiful though (especially when viewing it while sitting in front of a fire sipping hot chocolate!)

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    1. I agree, it is beautiful, and it looks like the temps are going to make it into the double digits. We may be able to enjoy it a little bit!
      Thanks for stopping by!!

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  6. I have a red lantern like your blue one and I love it! Beautiful with the snow and sheep. Visiting via "FromtheFarm" blog hop.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Barb! My husband collects lanterns so we have quite a few around here :)

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  7. Love the pictures! But church was cancelled? I was born in the UP of Michigan, and what I remember as a little girl was that school was never canceled due to snow, they just loaded it up in dump trucks and poured it in to the old mining pit at the end of the road. When did they start canceling things due to snow?

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  8. We had a service cancelled in Missouri, the roads were so icy that the roads were not drivable, especially these windy back roads that follow ridge tops.

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