Saturday, November 08, 2008

Cold White Beauty

*~::I love snow. It's so cozy, like a blanket, tucking everything in pure white silence. It makes me want to find a big, fuzzy, warm blanket and curl up by a fire with a cup of hot tea, hot chocolate or coffee. I love the way it crunches when it's cold. I love big, soft, slow-falling snowflakes that stick in your hair and on your eyelashes and face when you go walking in them. I love bundling up to stay warm. I love cold nights when you have to pile on the blankets and put on long pants to stay warm. I just love snow!::~*


Shelly said...

GREAT photos Ana! Snow is amazing isn't it! One of my favorite parts is the freshness of it. Snow covers the brown grass, dried leaves, plowed fields with a beautiful blanket of newness! It is yet another sign for the whole world to see... of a Master Creator!!!!

Natalie said...

Oh how pretty! I love snow, but unfortunately we don't get much down here. :(

Cloe said...

It is soooo pretty! I love the pictures. Snow is so nice.

Miss Dashwood said...

Hi! We just got our first real snow today and it is so beautiful! :-D I am looking out or sliding door and watching the snow come down even now. I love it too, and it makes me feel like making Christmas presents which is good because I generally don't think to until, like, two weeks before Christmas! :-P
Nice pictures too! :-) I especially liked the one with the snow-laden trees on either side of the road.

abigail said...

Well thanks alot Ana, now I'm pining for snow twice as badly as before! Lovely pictures, though! I guess if I can't have snow, looking at it is next best. So you're forgiven for tormenting me ;)

Natalie said...

Oh, I love your new photo in the sidebar, Ana! So cute! :)

Elizabeth said...

Beautiful, Ana! I love how each season has it's own unique and wonderful beauty!

BTW, I love your new blog look! :)

Ana said...

Your comment cracked me up! You just made my perfect day even better. :)

Thank you. :)

Thank you for the comment. And I, too, love each and every season for each unique thing.