WHAT??

1.10.2011

I'm not sure I'm in the south anymore!






Up to the rabbit's head.























Just saying!!


Sorry for the picture quality. These were taken from inside. This is what it looks like. Gray and dark. I'm not going out in this! It is pouring sleet! We have around seven inches or more and it will be here for some time.


Stay warm!!

KIM

58 comments:

  1. join the polar bear club, dearie

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  2. Wow Kim, your really got it.I'm not use to hearing about snow in georgia!Where getting a lot of snow on wednesday.It's nice to look at from inside,but that's about it!Stay safe, and warm.

    Kathy

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  3. Ha! We've got the same where I am too! Our little city is shut down for the day!

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  4. wow, my house was the same temp this morning. but, no snow....

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  5. You know I'm not feeling sorry for you, right? :-) GEORGIA never looked so cold! -

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  6. IT it CRAZY I tell ya...heading out there now to see what we have. I just woke up LOL! Talk about sleeping in.

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  7. That is so weird! I hope it melts soon so that you aren't cooped up for long.

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  8. Great picture of the bench in the snow! My cousins in Dallas are loving the snow. We are suppose to get it today here in the Midwest, stay warm!

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  9. I love the first pic Kim...looks like the bench is in the clouds! We are seeing the same thing here and the snow hasn't stopped yet. My husband went to work anyway and my daughter has to go to work later. I'm going to hunker down for 2 days and stay inside where it's warm! PS I love your new header :)

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  10. I use to live in Alpharetta Georgia and I could never have imagined it snowing!! Truly amazing. I hope you stay warm and cozy!!!

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  11. Snow falling here today too but it's pretty normal for us in the Midwest. I'm loving it because I travel for my job and I'm just like the school kids....loving a snow day!
    Be safe and stay warm.
    Jane

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  12. It's beautiful and weird at the same time. No one is going anywhere from my household.

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  13. ahh, we missed the white stuff, just ice :( but I LOVE that first picture - it is just perfect - the stark bench in the all white untouched snow - LOVE it! Stay warm and at least you have power!

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  14. Kim, I am in Kansas, and you have more snow than we do. But we will catch up today! I always thought the South was the place to retire. Should I rethink that? Oh, well, the teacher has a snow day today!

    Pat

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  15. Same with us Kim....and sleeting now!!! Your pictures are awesome by the way! Quite the photo skills!

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  16. Pretty Kim....we have 12 inches and it is still snowing. I am going to go back downstairs and snuggle by the fire....

    Stay safe....
    xo
    Penny

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  17. Wow, for Georgia you all are getting it! My brother is south of Warner Robins and they are getting ice too. Stay inside and warm!!

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  18. Hi Kim, I just did a opst on the same thing! Isn't it crazy?! However, I did go out to measure - over 7 inches and pelting sleet! Oh, yes, we live very close to Lilburn(and your daughter, evidently). How about that! Linda

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  19. Beautiful photos if you can be inside. I feel bad for the one's who can't stay in. Stay safe and warm Kim.

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  20. I'm so glad this snowstorm that you got happened now instead of Dec.30th, I wouldn't have wanted to travel in that! We are getting another one starting tomorrow evening calling for heavy snow!
    Love your pictures taken from inside the house!

    Rondell

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  21. Oh it is so pretty if you can be inside. The pond looks amazing. I use to have a pond next to our house in Oregon and I loved looking at it in the snow. Stay in and stay warm. Hugs, Marty

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  22. Hi Kim, nice photos! We had freezing rain come through over night here in Lower Alabama.

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  23. Isn't it pretty, Kim? I just hope we don't lose power! I have made a quiche and have a fire...so nice and cozy! Now I need to do some cleaning while I'm stuck inside! Happy snow day!...hugs...Debbie

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  24. us too!

    i think it followed us from Cincy!

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  25. I'm sure you have heard the expression, "When pigs fly!" Are the pigs starting to flap their wings? I never thought I would see this much snow in GA. Two times in three weeks!

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  26. Brr, those pictures are making me cold! You sure did get some snow! Stay warm! ~Liz

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  27. I heard you were getting it. Brrr....stay warm!

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  28. Oh NO...and it's heading our way. We're expecting to get this same snow storm tomorrow. Stay warm and safe.

    Gail

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  29. You got some great photos...and a snow day today! Hope you're staying warm and have something fun to do inside! Hugs! ♥

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  30. We got about 4 inches here in KY a couple days ago, we are suppose to get a "significant amount" starting tonight. :) Good luck with your snow!

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  31. Brrrrrr! It is beautiful though. Looks like you are snowed in! Does this mean you're going to paint those chairs green? I wouldn't! haha. Stay warm, Delores

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  32. I saw on the news this morning that your neck of the woods is getting hit hard. I guess they weren't kidding! Hope you stay warm!! What does Bailey think about the snow?

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  33. Not sure exactly where you are, but we missed the snow here in SW GA. I was so hoping for some! Why waste a bad weather day with no snow? Kids are happy to be out of school anyway but it sure would have been fun to play in the white stuff. Hope you're enjoying your snow day!

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  34. Wow. That is a lot of snow. You have more than we have had in IL. That is crazy. Stay Warm!
    Sherry

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  35. Brrrr... It is too COLD!! I love the little bird footprints on your front door mat. Bless their hearts; you know they're cold, too. Stay warm!

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  36. Great photo of the bench. Same thing here! To cold to go out and measure how deep it is. :D

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  37. Stay warm and I hope the ice doesn't accumulate and cause you guys problems! The snow is beautiful though isn't it?!

    Kat :)

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  38. Wow, Kim stay warm. It looks so pretty though!! I live in AZ so it never snows here.

    ~Allyson~

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  39. Love your snow pics! We got a lot of snow in Stone Mountain too. My kids and my husband have been outside playing in it for quite some time. Too cold for me! I'm keeping the hot chocolate warm! LOL

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  40. Great pics! I love the one of your pond surrounded by snow. Beautiful. We were supposed to get a wintry mix, but it's not nearly a bad as they said that it would be. You, on the other hand, get to enjoy a winter wonderland. Lucky you! I hope you are enjoying a warm fire, hot chocolate and that beautiful view!

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  41. This is just wrong.
    Best (keep warm!)
    Susan

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  42. Isn't it beautiful??? I can't remember a snow better than this one. It is fluffy and deep. I measured 8 inches on the back deck and 10 in the back of my husband's truck. WOW!

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  43. We didn't get much. The high today is not supposed to be over 35, which is a big deal around here. What does Miss Bailey think about all this?
    Brenda

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  44. Kim, I tell you I am totally over this and it is raining inside my old house. I want another Monday please! Seriously y'all got snow and we got more ice and yuck but I think it's getting colder. I would not drive out iin this for anything. ♥O

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  45. I would think it might be fun when it is something you don't see often and you know it won't last...here, not so much fun. We actually don't have snow yet, but it is supposed to start around 5 this evening and we should get about 7 inches. The nice thing here is we have the items needed to clean it up fast!

    Looks like a hot chocolate day at your house!

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  46. Kim the pictures are GORGEOUS!! I would've never known you'd taken them from inside.

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  47. Great pictures. I bet Bailey loves to run around in it. I think we're supposed to get some snow tonight, but I live where it's supposed to snow in winter!

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  48. Welcome to Wisconsin Weather...gladly brought to you by The Snow Gods! Eat Chili, Wear Coats & Stay Inside- that is my method of coping with this for six months out of the year! xxoo Diana

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  49. Ha now you know what us Easterners go through!!
    Unbelievable weather all over the country this year!

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  50. Looks like Utah weather to me! Kim, I love your blog! I wish my house looked like yours... slowly but surely. You are a great inspiration to me.

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  51. Kim,
    It's gorgeous! I'm a bit jealous...we are suppose to get a bit tomorrow!

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  52. Kim, I was shocked this morning when I woke up and saw how much snow we had gotten - it sure is beautiful!

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  53. Hi Kim,
    What lovley photos ,I think mother nature is going through menopause:)
    ~Sharon~

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  54. I cracked up! Too cold to go outside to take pics!?! Not even temped to play in the snow? :) I love the way your bench looks sitting in the undisturbed blanket of snow :)

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  55. Kim,
    Pretty pictures! Love the little bird tracks across your stoop.
    We've had a blast today with our 4 year old. She's bound to sleep well tonight.
    Ya'll stay warm!
    Trena

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  56. We got snow at the BEACH for the SECOND time this winter! What is going on?!? We're ready for SPRING!

    Hope you're staying warm!

    - Lauren

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  57. Wow, you guys getting snow twice in one winter...you and Mr. Savvy be safe!

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