Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
That looks like a little more than a touch.
Oh! So pretty, so pretty, so pretty and gay!(Couldn't help it, that song jumped into my head the moment I laid eyes on that first image.)
It's a pretty white scene here too, Vicki, but pretty treacherous underfoot.
Exquisite touch of snow!In Normandy, some snow yesterday.
we got enough to spend the morning yesterday sledding and boarding...and add a nice twinkle to the world...
Pretty- be careful out in it!
Vicki, your delicate snow fall photos remind me of that old phrase, "It's snowing down South," that gently advised one that her petticoat was showing. Do folks still wear petticoats?xo
No snow here. And FINALLY some sunshine! The question by Frances reminded me of pettipants. Remember them?
I love Frances's comment!Lovely pictures again Vicki.
Frances, as a survivor of the Time of Crinolines, I do indeed remember that tactful warning. Do folks still wear petticoats? Somehow I doubt it -- but then I haven't worn a dress or a skirt in years. Maybe for the upcoming wedding... Ans I remember (and owned) pettipants as well, Carolyn!
I confess I'd forgotten all about pettipants, although I think I did have a pair.xo
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