Sunday, March 1, 2009

Silent Sunday






28 comments:

Darla said...

You got that today didn't you? We thought we might have a flurry, none so far. It's mighty cold here right now though, windchill in the 30's. Covered tender plants and seedlings after church!!

deedee said...

Are you going to do a little baking again today? I sure liked those muffins ;)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I thought that you might have gotten some snow, Susie.. It went straight down through West TN --and to Miss. and Bama---and on to Ga.. It missed us almost totally. We just got a tiny bit this time. But it's cold here--only 28 today.

Hope you enjoy your snow.
Hugs,
Betsy

Lanny said...

Cool dots. Hearing a different sort of voice today than I am eh? Wind, as refreshing as twittering little birds. Enjoy your Sunday and your surprising weather. We had our freaky snow on Thursday and now we're to have sixty degrees today. Can't wait for one of those lushious spring days where we have rain, snow, bright warm sun, hail, lightening all in one little day, those ones always amaze me!

Kanak Hagjer said...

Silent and beautiful....Couldn't help agreeing with Deedee:) Your muffins look so yummy!!

Susie said...

Darla-Yes girl we woke up to this. But later the sun came out and so did Mr. Windy. It's freezing out there right now. I'm hibernating for the day!

Deedee-No, no baking today. However a good movie and a nice spot of tea sounds really inviting. But then again my hubbie is in bed right now taking a nap and that is mighty tempting!

Betsy-I can't believe you didn't get lots of snow. I surely thought it was headin your way. We have freezin weather here too! Brrh!

Lanny-I'm glad you like my dots! Yeah, I'm not hearing your loveliness. When we first got up this a.m. we almost didn't go to church. My hubbie is sick again and I guess I was looking for any excuse not to get out in the cold. But we braved it and went. Now I think I will hibernate the rest of the day.

Thanks Kanak-Oooh girl I wish you could of had one of my yummy muffins. They are delish!

perennialgardener said...

Brrr...that winter storm is headed our way tonight Susie. Right now it is in the 30's, cold, wet & windy. Good day to curl up on the couch & watch a good movie. :)

jen said...

Your new garden path looks lovely!! I can't wait to see it in the warmer months! Enjoy your snow!! LOL.. We woke to sunshine today. Boy was that deceiving!! Wind chills are below zero.

Have a great week!!

Jen

Elise said...

I see I'm not the only one dealing with snow!

Mildred said...

Hi Susie, We are having the same - only difference is that Harriet has never seen snow and is barking at it!

Susie said...

Racquel-You better hold onto your hat cause the wind is really going to blow. Brrrh! It makes it so chilly!

Thanks Jen, the garden path will look much better(I hope) in a month or so. Yeah those wind chills are tough! Stay warm!

Elise-Looks like lots of people got more of that white stuff. Ours is pretty much gone now which is okay with me.

Mildred-That's funny about Harriet. She's probably wondering what in the world is that?!?!?

George said...

It looks like you got about as much snow as we did here on the Plateau. I tried to do some chores outside this afternoon but it is just too darn cold!

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

Now you've gotten snow! It seems like a lot of people are getting one last round of snow this past week. Hopefully it'll feel like spring soon!

Jacquie said...

The snow went that far south?? I'm just glad it didn't affect our Sunday morning worship!!

Terri said...

Brrr! Just looking at it makes me cold! :)

Rose said...

I've been hearing the weather reports about snow down South. Wow, this must be quite unusual for you, Susie. We had snow flurries and cold temps with a biting wind, but nothing out of the ordinary for us on March 1. I would like one of those muffins, though, if you have any left:)

Meadowview Thymes said...

Brrrr--looks like your March is coming in like a lion! I think that means it goes out like a lamb..so hopefully you'll see signs of spring really soon!

Becky said...

Same here! Go away snow go away!!!

Susie said...

George-That cold wind will keep you from doing much at all outside. Hibernation sounds good.

Catherine-We got just a little but now it's gone which I'm very glad of.

Jacquie-Yep, it made it all the way down here. There wasn't any build up on the roads here either so we were able to get out.

Terri-It was a pretty chilly day. At least we have some sunshine today.

Rose-Yes, the rare snow made it down here. It's gone now tho. I do have some of those muffins left. I'll be sure to eat one for you.

Linda-It's still cold but at least the sun is shining today! Yippee!

Bec-Yes, Ms. Snow needs to go away!

Roses and Lilacs said...

We missed the snow so many of you got. We did get the freezing temps and very strong winds. Glad your snow didn't do any damage.
Marnie

Susie said...

Marnie-Me too! I'm also very glad it's gone and we have sunny skies today but it is still cold.

TC said...

Brrrrr!! Nuff said.

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Susie said...

TC-Brrr be right!!!

Jen said...

Oh my goodnes-you got snow!
Today I am glad I live up north. :)

marmee said...

oh wow. doesn't just seem like the longest winter ever?

Susie said...

Hey Jen-We had a little. For me, that was enough! Today sunny skies with high 60's. Now that's more like it. Hope you have a great day!

Marmee-Yes, I am certainly ready for warmer weather.

Miss Sandy said...

We got a little sifter of snow here too!

Daisy said...

Ah, a taste of snow. I've had my fill for this year! HA! Hope you have a good weekend, Susie. :D