No, It’s Not A Black and White


After days of 60° weather, it snowed again last night.  No this photo isn’t in black and white, it is really that gray and dreary outside.  At least the trees have on pretty white dresses.

As I was taking my son to school this morning I noticed how pretty all the trees looked flocked in new snow.  As bitter as I was about the weather, I couldn’t help but see the beauty.  I wish I had time to do more than take a photo off my balcony for you today.  School is going to keep me on lockdown today.  I need to do my cascading style sheets (CSS) for my website today.  For school of course.

So I’m off, but I’ll most likely be back later for the photo of the week, but in case I’m not.  Have a great day! (and stay warm)

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2 thoughts on “No, It’s Not A Black and White

  1. Actually, Looks beautiful to me. I have moved to Fl about 24 years ago from NY, as much as I love so much about living here, We rarely have cold, grey days. There is something said for watching tv with a hot bowl or soup or hot chocolate growing up, that my children here can not relate to. They are like soup its hot. eww 🙂 Enjoy

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    1. I totally get it. Cold weather is in your blood. You do miss it when you don’t experience a little of it. After the blizzard if I hadn’t seen anymore snow this year I think I would have been okay, but it has been a rough couple of winters here in Maryland. I’m not a soup person either, but this winter potato soup has my go to lol.


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