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Saturday Snapshot: Snow for Thanksgiving!

on November 29, 2014

This year snow came early to us folks in New England. Here are some pictures:

Waiting…no snow yet!

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Then around noon it started to snow!

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Happy Snowy Thanksgiving to my US readers!

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15 responses to “Saturday Snapshot: Snow for Thanksgiving!

  1. You did an awesome job of capturing the children’s anticipation of the snow. I hope they had fun playing in it and sledding.

    Sean at His and Her Hobbies

  2. I love seeing the anticipation of the children…it is almost palpable. Thanks for sharing and enjoy! Here’s MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

  3. Anne says:

    Snow days = Fun days.

  4. We have a little snow in Minnesota but looks like you have more than us 🙂

  5. Love the way the kids were waiting by the window for the snow to start! Our weather forecasters were all excited … it started at our place around 9AM and went all day and all night too … such fun!

  6. We woke up to our first snowfall of the season this morning. Such a beautiful sight. I love the way you captured the children’s anticipation. I’ll bet they had a great time sledding.
    Sandy @ TEXAS TWANG.

  7. Ginny says:

    I love the waiting for the snow shots. Such a reminder of the excitement when you are a child.

  8. Louise says:

    Yes such a great series of photos- great to see the kids watching and waiting, and then getting to have the fun of snow- your house looks good with its snow coat on too.

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