Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Is it Wednesday?

15 comments:

  1. Good Gravy!! Has it been snowing Sue, LOL!!!

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  2. Beautiful snow! None here in coastal Georgia, so it is fun to see other blogs with photos of the snow in their part of the country.

    Our son's girlfriend is from Nebraska and while she and her family were living here for a year, a lot of their friends nicknamed her "Nebraska". :o)

    Blessings & Aloha!
    Stay warm!

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  3. It is Wednesday! :) That is a whole lot of snow!!

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  4. A real snowy Wednesday! ~bangchik

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  5. Janey Mac! I'm glad we don't have that much snow or we'd be marooned until March! The flat looks nice, and a good kitchen really helps I think. I hope your daughter is happy there and manages to get everything arranged to her satisfaction...aren't Dads handy?!

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  6. Looks like we're both getting buried in the fluffy white stuff today. I'm kind of excited. If it's going to be winter, then I want lots of snow. :)

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  7. Good grief, I think we all need to send and S.O.S. or a care package. Sue is snowed in and has forgotten how long or what day it is. LOL!

    Have a wonderful 2010 and we all hope you get dug out before Spring.
    Lona

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  8. Good heavens, Sue! So much snow! And yes -- it is Wednesday, at least here in the mid-Atlantic. Your daughter's apartment sounds lovely, and I hope all goes well.

    Thank you for your nice comment on my blog posting about my dear friend's death -- I appreciate it!

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  9. Hi Sue, Looks to me as though your favorite dog/friend has been out enjoying the snow! ;-) How much do you thing you received?? We head for Omaha to visit our daughter and their family. Should be a fun weekend - I hope you and I can get together this next Summer sometime! :-)

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  10. With that much snow ... how'd you ever do a wordless Wednesday ;)

    Thanks for stopping by my Thrifty Garden Home and leaving a nice comment. We're in the same gardening zone but a few states west of you. I do have a considerable amount of family that came/settled from/in Nebraska ... Osmond and Creighton areas. Mostly Danish & German. Nice to make your acquaintance ... and thank you for working with special ed kids!

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  11. Hi Sue~~ Is this a typical snow year in your neck of the woods? There is a lot of it but it sure is pretty. Happy new year!

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  12. Yes Sue, it is Wednesday and by the looks of it it will be 2010 by the time you get out of there. LOL

    Have a great New Year's Eve!

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  13. Are you speechless due to the amount of snow here? I think it is enough snow to make a happy family or Mr, Mrs and kid snowmen. Have a Very Happy New Year 2010!

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  14. La multi ani! Un an plin de realizari si de iubire!

    Multumesc mult pentru ca ai impartasit cu noi superbul tau univers, caminul si gradina ta.

    Tot binele din Lume.
    Claudia

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  15. That is a lot of snow. Have a wonderful New Year!

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