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The boys shoveled at Nana’s house today.  

 Getting started 
   Making progress
 Break for a snowball fight
  The finished product. 

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It started snowing hard on Friday.

 

IMG_2263 For some of the weekend it was too cold to be out for long.  If you look closely you can see four faces in the window.

IMG_2255 Abe spent his time inside lounging by the fire.

IMG_2269 Here’s Rose getting ready to head out and play. She has her Han Solo action figure in her hand.

IMG_2271 They made the most of the newly expanded yard.

IMG_2272 Complete with a highway for matchbox cars.

IMG_2280 And what Eli is calling an “Enchanted snow village”

IMG_2298 Sam built a (smallish) snowman.

 

Here’s Rose remembering that she lost her Han Solo.

 

And here are a few pictures from our walk to church this morning. We travel in single file to conceal our numbers…IMG_2288IMG_2292IMG_2296

When I took this picture of me and the boys in the backyard, little did I know that Abe…  

… had a snowball in his hand with my name on it! Notice the snow all over my face, and Abraham has suddenly disappeared. 

 

It’s snowing a lot here, and it looks like it’s not going to stop for some time. Here are a bunch of pictures (mostly of Rose because that’s evidently all I take anymore) from the last few weeks before the deluge of snow photos. 

   
Showing off a spare key that matches her shirt. 
 
Posing in her urban-gypsy-hello-kitty ensemble. 
   
Posing by the van. 
 
Watching it start to snow.
   
Brushing Sam’s hair while he reads. 
 
Posing in sunglasses. 
   
Posing in her bathing suit (over clothes).

    
Suited up in her snow gear. 
 
And here’s a bonus shot of Abraham and Papaw at Lowes. 

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