Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Now that's what I'm talkin' about! Fluffy, insulating snow, just in time to protect my "sleeping beauties" from sub-zero lows tonight. Heck, I may even get to go ice fishing Saturday...hooray for winter!


California Gardener in Zone 23 said...

Brrr. I love a good blanket of snow!

Rurality said...

I have been wanting it to snow ever since we moved here, just to examine critter pawprints and try to track them! But so far no luck.

Blackswamp_Girl said...


Dr. Bill Emener said...

Hi Lisa,
Thanks for all of your Comments on my blog today -- I was touched by your openness and appreciative of your candor.
Great blog you have here! Not so sure I can identify with the cold though -- I live in St. Pete Beach, Florida and we've highs in the high seventies lately.
I recall going on a three-day interview for a research professor position years ago (in January) at what then was called "Stout State". I loved the people and the community, but when I asked my buddy when we could play "Summer Rules" at the Country Club, he said, "Every summer on July 10th from 2:00-3:30."
Thanks for the invite -- I'll be back!

lisa said...

Calif. Gardener:Hey-welcome back! I hadn't visited your blog in awhile...thanks for stopping in!

Rurality: snow in Alabama? Does that happen often? I'll be surprised if you don't get snow from the storm that's crossing the country right now...

Kim: yay is right!

Dr. Bill: thanks for stopping by, too! I really enjoy following links and finding new blogs...like an adventure without going anywhere!