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Thursday, February 18, 2010

It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood...


....a beautiful day for skiing.

Here's hoping the upcoming weekend is just as beautiful! I'm looking forward to lots of family time spent outdoors and plenty of snuggles inside in our jammies. What do you have planned for the weekend?

8 comments:

  1. Sunshine. Smooching. No skiing. As we are short on snow. But we could wade in the rushing creek and try to walk upstream. That might be fun. Sometimes I throw rotten fruit in the creek. The other day I saw something spherical and yellow beside the creek. It was a grapefruit. I missed.

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  2. That looks like here!! We plan on doing the same- walks outside, maybe try some skiing and lots of relaxing inside! :)

    I love weekends because my hubby is HOME!

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  3. What a great photo!

    I believe my weekend is wide open. I see some sleeping in in my future, I hope! Maybe a family game night on the Wii!

    Enjoy your snow and jammies (not together!)

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  4. This has been the best skiing season we've had in years! I've been able to get out about twice a week. LOVE IT!

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  5. That is soooo beautiful! I love it when the snow sticks to the trees like that!

    Have a great weekend!

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  6. Oh how I miss living in an area where I could do this! Such great exercise. Hope you all have fun. And-thanks for bringing back fond memories.

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  7. OOOO! That is a beautiful day in the neighborhood.

    Um, we sttempted to sleep in, went grocery shopping and watched the Olympics. PARTY ANIMALS here :o)

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  8. Wow - that is a beautiful picture. I love snow/frost on trees - it's so quiet and calming.

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