Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
How wonderful to capture the moments of meeting a new element, and then birds going about their day...Josie is looking through a window to the marvels of our world.
Winter cometh. It looks so beautiful where you are. I'm sure Josie will enjoy it!
I look forward ro seeing her build her very own snowman, with a carrot for a nose.
We'll need a bit more snow before that come to pass, Sandy. Though we might scrape together a very small snow man and use a baby carrot.
Snow can be so much fun Josie your going to love it as it forms a lovely white blanket all around meemaw's house. Something about the feel and smell of snow is wonderful. Santa Claus loves it too. Have fun sweet girl, xx ❤️❤️
This brings back a memory of Danica's first snow -- first that year, not her first ever. We were babysitting while the parents were on a cruise, and it snowed overnight. She had to go right out and play. So we bundled her up. This was before school. We then had to unbundle her, give her breakfast, and bundle her again for school.
Well - I want to know - did she walk barefoot in it?
Not on my watch. This was our second snow -- the first occurred when she was elsewhere. And it's the first snow of the season that counts.
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