Monthly Archives: December 2008

but a memory

On my way to work this morning I snapped one final snow picture. Thankfully we’ve had some warm (enough) days here in our temperate valley that returned everything to its normal lovely shade of winter green. So it seemed only … Continue reading

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old series, new series

A while ago I issued a warning that I love series pictures and would probably be posting them from time to time. I hope that warning’s still in effect because I have a couple of fun (at least I think … Continue reading

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a few christmas highlights

Christmas begins on Christmas Eve, for me anyway. We were so happy that our weird weather didn’t cause our church to cancel its traditional Christmas Eve candlelight services. An “angel”┬ávolunteered to plow our parking lot, a necessity, obviously. I watched … Continue reading

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not mentioning s**w

Just to prove I can write a post without referring to the piles of white frozen rain collecting in our yard, I took a picture of the two people who have “moved in” with us to celebrate Christmas. We continue … Continue reading

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historic proportions

They say it’s been forty years since our little valley has had this much snow. We woke up to several more inches and had to grab our cameras to shoot yet another set of pictures. So if you’re sick of … Continue reading

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what else is there to do?

You pay the price when I have nothing but time on my hands. Our morning services and evening concert were rightfully cancelled, which opened all manner of potential for accomplishment around here. But no, I figure it’s a day of … Continue reading

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frightful!

Everybody, and I mean everybody, around these parts is talking about our weather. This much snowfall in a day’s time is so rare I couldn’t not post some pictures, if only for history’s sake, as in “Remember when schools were … Continue reading

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