Yesterday morning, after the snow stopped and the gray clouds rolled away,
The sun shone out of a clear blue sky, giving me this view through my classroom window.
Pristine, sparkling, Indiana farm land blanketed in white.
Quite a bit of white, as you can see if you look at the base of this trash barrel. Looks like about 8 inches to me.
Look closely, my camera lens captured a few of the diamonds sparkling on top of the snow! Frost jewels.
At home all is snow quiet too. Not a track in sight. The stillness of a snow covered vista is stillness indeed.
But wait - - - - what's that I hear? Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a chain saw????
Are they monsters? Are they masked gunmen? I hope there won't be a massacre tonight!!!
Oh dear, there went my pristine snow and my undisturbed stillness.
Well, they LOOK friendly, making those thumbs up signs!
Ah ha! It's just three of my Super-Students and two of their friends swooping in on their snowmobiles to say hi.
Left to right they are Erica, Evan, Tyler, Emily and Michael.
Stay tuned - - - Emily and Evan say they're coming back today to swoop ME away on one of those machines.
I'll let you know if the "old lady" survives.
Saturday, January 9, 2010
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What a fun group of kids you work with! Hope you have a fun day riding in the snow! Hope you'll stop by for a visit. I'm sharing chocolates today. ~ Sarah
Well if you get a little practice in then maybe my hubby will take you for a ride up the mountain at our cabin.
Me? Are you nuts? I'll be warm and cozy back in the cabin with something warm in a mug. You have a good time now. Buh bye.
Love the sparkles! That is so darn cute, they really love you.
I hope you got a chance to get on the snowmobile and go for a ride.
I CAN see the jeweled snow! I love how totally flat the world looks with it's been blanketed with snow. One big flat plane. Pretty cool.
Last spring I spent my first bicycle ride of the season racing snowmobilers.
I lost, but now I can't see a snowmobile without getting an almost overwhelming desire to mount my bike and ride. Good thing I resisted today: the windchill was <0º F!!!
Snow like that cripples us in the South. We just can't function if a white flake falls from the sky.
Your pictures are really pretty!
I guess you know that you wouldn't have been in school, or even near it, in South Carolina, with that much snow. I think we had a 2 hour delay for a dusting last week.
In other words, I agree with Jennifer.
Stay away from the barbwire fences and wear a helmet!!!
Beautiful scenes and fun snowmobiling! I'd trade my day here for some o' that!
soooooooo pretty! Snow has this calm tranquility to it...until the snowmobils arrive! Looks like fun too!
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