Snow

Did you see the snow on my blog? It’s something WordPress does for the holidays. Sometimes if you move the cursor around, the snowfall will change directions.  Fun! 

 Here’s a picture of our snowy Jeep from several years ago when it snowed here,  just to make it more appropriate:

snowy car

 

And here’s the snow paloverde the next morning… (I want to see if the snow will show up down here, too!)

 

If you’re a Feedblitz subscriber you won’t see the snow unless you go to the blog itself, here.  You can also click on the post’s title, “Snow” above.

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  1. mjebeling

    I have a Jeep Cherokee as well and it just snowed here in Port Arthur TX a week ago, which was really strange since it also snowed last year on Dec 10th, and it hardly ever snows down here. I enjoyed your writings in regard to the Colonel since I miss him terribly as well. I began as a taper in the mid 80’s then started going for face to face in the early 90’s. I belong to the FX in Beaumont and study under Bobby now.

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    1. karenhancock

      Glad to “meet” a fellow ex-taper. I hear Bobby’s really good. Of course, I think Pastor McLaughlin is the best teacher on the planet, but since I know he’s my right pastor, why wouldn’t I? LOL

      Looks like our chances for snow here in the lower elevations of So Arizona are gonna be nil for at least the next week. We don’t usually get the really cold weather until January.

      Thanks for reading and commenting, mj.

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      1. mjebeling

        Thanks for the reply…we all have to find the “right” one for us so we can continue to grow in grace. It’s always refreshing to find positive volition in a world that is so negative. Look forward to checking out your books.

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  2. Rain

    hehe! The first time I saw the snow, I thought my computer was either messing up or I was seeing stars. Eventually, being the genius I am, I figured out that it was snow.

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    1. karenhancock

      “Hey, we here in SoCal have to grab snow where we can get it…”

      Yeah, that’s how it is for us desert dwellers, too, Becky!

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