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Not quite enough for a snow man.... (Spondeekee Madam)



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Children in my neighbourhood were delighted with the snow, even though it was only about a quarter of an inch. For some it was the first time they had seen snow. Brooke is being very brave out in the cold !

5 Jan, 2009

 

Yes she loves it TT, we did'nt get much, it's nearly all gone now, but appently there is more on the way, so you never know she might get to build a snowman in the next few days.

5 Jan, 2009

 

Having seen the huge mounds of snow from GoY photos in Canada and America, watching local youngsters thrilled with our tiny amount of snow was quite endearing. :o)

This is a very good action shot.
Great photo. Well done :o)

5 Jan, 2009

 

lol thanks TT, and yes i know what you mean, but then it is a bit of a rarety now days is'nt it. i remeber as a child it could get really deep, and went on for a few weeks, we have'nt had it like that for many years in this area. the most Brooke has seen is the few inches we got last easter, and that was all gone within 2 days. it's a shame that we don't get proper winters anymore, because as you can see from this blooming expression kids do love it!

5 Jan, 2009



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