Thursday, November 19, 2015

First Snow of the Year!

 I love it when genuine moments like this are captured:
Nothing better than watching the first snow of the year through the eyes (and hearts) of children.

Val's Quilting Studio

20 comments:

  1. The first snows are always such a beautiful sight....not so pretty in March and April. LOL

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    1. ,,,or when they come stomping in from recess!

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  2. You're killing me, Val. It's over 33C (about 92F) in the room I am sitting in right now and we don't have air conditioning.

    I imagine I will be even more excited than these kids are now when I see snow for the first time. I also imagine I will be wearing so many layers of clothes at the time, that I won't even be able to put my arms by my side or walk without waddling.

    Enjoy!

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  3. Now that's a wee bit exciting.....snow falling outside our classroom!!

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  4. Now that's a wee bit exciting.....snow falling outside our classroom!!

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  5. Snow! Winter!
    And it looks like more that just a dusting there!
    Looking forward to our first snowfall !
    Take care,
    Joanne

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  6. So true. Even in Michigan the first snows are something that is a huge deal here.

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  7. Every year when I was little I couldn't wait for that first snowfall that said winter is here. We haven't had ours yet this year, but more than likely it will be coming soon. You definitely captured a great picture.

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  8. Truly a moment to capture. But I am glad we don't have snow here yet!

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  9. What a great photo! I love it. We're getting down to 10 F tonight (-12C). Thank goodness for warm homes.

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  10. Wow! Can't believe you have snow before us! Adorable picture!

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  11. Oh, it started during school. Yes, the children are so mesmerized with the first snow.

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  12. Sweet photo Val we woke up to snow here in the Ozarks

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  13. Oh that's awesome. It so rarely snows here, that the kids are almost always allowed to run out and play in it immediately. It rarely lasts more than a few hours here though. LOL

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  14. Aww! So sweet! that's really a wonderful photo, and you KNOW those kiddos will have amazing memories of being in your class and getting to experience that excitement.

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  15. So sweet! We can all learn appreciation and wonder from children.

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  16. I remember the joys of the first snow. Drama Teen still likes the snow, mainly because she sometimes gets to sleep in when school gets canceled.

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  17. You brought back the memories of that thrill and excitement for sure Val. So sweet to see "your" kids at the classroom window!

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I have to admit, your comments make me smile! Thanks for sharing and for letting me know you stopped by. I Hope your day is awesome!

Val:)

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