Friday, January 08, 2010

Fingerprint Friday - Snow and cold

We still have snow in our front yard from the huge storm on December 18th. A lot has melted but as you can see, there's still quite a bit. I noticed when I took the photos this morning that it's been all tracked up by the tiny feet of birds and bunnies!

It's 14 degrees here today. Brr! We've had extremely cold temps all week. So it's a good day to count my blessings. I'm thankful for
...a warm house
...a warm office at work and friends
...good health
...delicious food that my husband has been cooking (frittatas for supper last night - yum!)
...warm sweaters, sox, scarves, mittens and boots
...joyful church music
...and God's love, even if that includes snow and cold. :)

This quote came in an email and I love it...
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain." {CHANGE TO SNOW}

Reminds me of the quote, "When life hands you lemons, make lemonade." {CHANGE TO SNOW AND SNOWBALLS!}

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Gloria said...

I always enjoy snow photos since we just don't see much of it in Alabama, but we are having our second day of this snowfall so I was a little excited about were the kids, they are having a 4 day weekend and there's barely any snow! I grew up just south of Chicago, so I find all of this snow day business here rather amusing. Happy Fingerprints Friday!

Elizabeth @ TexasEbeth said...

Happy Fingerprint Friday! We haven't had snow yet/again but it is cold. Lots to be thankful for indeed!

HisFireFly said...

Yes, we rejoice and give thanks for all things, bunny tracks and cold winds and His love most of all.

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Happy Fingerprint Friday to you!

(stop back by rentz blog - she left a message for you in her comments.)

Snowcatcher said...

That was a great take on the cold spell that seems to have gripped all the Fingerprinters today. Thanks for sharing! Stay warm!

Kelly said...

I love the first quote! I may have to steal it!