Friday, 10 February 2012

10 Things

We had our second snowfall of this week over night.  This year, I'm finding that I'm looking at snow differently and it's thanks to The Boy Child.  At 5-years-old, he loves all things snow related and his delight in the white stuff has reminded me to stop and enjoy it for its own sake.
 ~ The Boy Child and friend ~
 ~ garden clock/thermometer ~
 ~ three is the magic number ~
 ~ our road at 8.10am this morning ~
~ neighbour's gate ~
 ~ pond in the park ~
 ~ beautiful ~
 ~ the road less travelled ~
~ the War Memorial ~
~ couldn't forget to include the pooch ~

16 comments:

scrappyjacky said...

Great snowy pics....we haven't had anymore since Sunday....but it's so cold....it hasn't melted either.

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Beatiful snow pictures, Ruth! Glad to know your boy is ENJOYing it. I love the photo of your neighbor's gate!!!

Kirsty.a said...

Great pics. Work has got in the way of many things since Xmas, including 10Things. In fact, if I had time, |I could probably list 10 Things that have been spoiled by work

Jo.C said...

Brrr - making me feel cold - we had 1cm yesterday but gone now. lovely photos though and the snowman is well cute :0)

Sian said...

Gosh, it does look beautiful! Still none here - just a lot of depressing fog! I like the snowman with legs - that's clever

Beverly said...

Gorgeous photos, Ruth and isn't it wonderful how seeing through a child's eyes makes us appreciate things again.

Carrie Rosalind said...

Brrrr!!! These pictures made me shiver a little bit because they look so cold! But they are all great pics - I especially love the one of your little family with that cute sitting snowman! Enjoy the snow!

Rhona said...

Fantastic photos Ruth. We also had more snow overnight but nothing that stopped me from getting out and about today.xx

Louise said...

fantastic photos...very picturesq.

Alison said...

Lovely pics Ruth...looking at snow through the eyes of a child makes it a much more pleasurable experience!
Alison xx

♥♥ Liz ♥♥ said...

Great pictures but I'm glad you have the snow and not us.

Amy said...

I have very little experience of snow, so it always seems magical .. I am sure the reality is slippery roads and melting slush at times ... but I will revel in your winter wonderland!

Tammy said...

Beautiful photos, Ruth. The family portrait with the snowman is just great.

Fiona@staring at the sea said...

Great snow shots Ruth. I love the family portrait with the extra member and the gate.

scrappymo! said...

Great photos...there is something wonderous about the frozen outdoors!

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

Love the photos! Especially with the snowman

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