Snow again?

I rolled out of bed about nine-ish to let Gus out and saw this:

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It is the third snow this winter. Although, temps have reached a low of 18f, I am hoping the Basjoo bananas have not frozen to the ground.

The Prunus mume ‘kobai” were blooming but low temps damaged their blooms. They have a wonderful and spicy fragrance each February.

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Snow is always an unusual combination with the dwarf palmetto palms.

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The entire neighborhood is white.

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And Cup A Joe is always pack on a snow day!

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But the other day my Fiat odometer hit a very auspicious number – all eights!

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So… What to do on a snow day?

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11 responses to “Snow again?

  1. shashi @ http://runninsrilankan.com

    We have yet to have a snow day here in Georgia – loads of nasty weather but not nasty enough for work and school to shut down – and frankly, I would love to be homebound so I could watch TV and do nothing for a day 🙂

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  2. What to do on a snow day? Sleep late, read a lot, light the fire, nap. That’s what I’m going to do today here in Charlotte.

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  3. Make hot chocolate, pop some popcorn and make snow cream. Relax and enjoy the wonderful white snow that makes the dreary winter sparkle just a little.

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  4. That must be a really big deal there!

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  5. I’m sure you are worried about how your plants survive this winter’s cold. I so wish I was experiencing yours instead of ours here in New Hampshire.

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  6. What a lot of snow still there in North Carolina! Waw!!!

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