Sunday, February 17, 2013

It Snowed Yesterday

 We don't get much snow in South Carolina, in-fact when the snow hits people start to go a little crazy. Supermarkets usually get super-busy, roads are terrible, and everything comes to a halt. It came out of nowhere too. It went from nice and clear to a blizzard in just an hour.
And who decided to wear his new shoes yesterday? 
This guy... I should have known better.  
 It stayed on the ground for the whole day. The snow was pretty fresh when I got home from work. 
 My dog Zelda didn't like the snow that much this time around. 
She used to love playing in the snow, but it didn't take her long to run back inside. 

13 comments:

  1. haha agree with Zelda stay inside, hate the white stuff

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  2. we haven't seen much snow here in Central Europe so far this winter :(

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  3. crazy! I live in Southern California and as a professor of mine once said during a lecture: "They have actual weather in other parts of the country...not like here." I haven't seen snow in ages.

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  4. It happens the same in the place where I live, we are not prepared for snow and everything collapses.Nice pictures!!Kisses:)

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  5. The weather's crazy these days, hope you guys were ok.

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  6. At least the snow plows get some work.

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  7. Its always fun to get snow every once in awhile; ain't going to happen here in Southern California unless we go to the mountains, but it is fun to see it on other people's blogs. Good too that it stuck around for a bit. Too cute with your dog; Koda, our corgi, loved the snow when we lived in Montana; would romp around in it; now he hates getting his paws wet in the rain down here :)

    betty

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  8. I would imagine that if snow is not something that you experience all the time, it would be quite a surprise! Unlike us up in Canada where snow during the winter is just a fact of life!

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  9. The weather must be even nicer than in N. Carolina, where I once lived.

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  10. I've always wanted to experience snow but in our country it was impossible

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  11. oh my gosh, that's a lot of snow. i've never seen that much in texas, and i don't want to either. my friend that lives in south carolina sent me pics, but it barely looked like anything. i mean the kids had bare legs, and were wearing light jackets.

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