3.14.2017

Stella . . .

The neighbor's house this morning.

Buddha trying to keep his head above the snow.

Rapidly approaching a foot of snow.

Blowing snow.

My car.

Our front porch.  It's a covered porch but the wind is blowing the snow underneath the roof.

Curse you snow!!  Mr. Bigglesworth is not very happy that he can't go outside.  : (

Our chimney.

The back yard.

The yellow tie is marking off two feet.  That was the prediction for the county we live in.  The lawn chair and extension cord are for keeping the dogs from walking on the pool if it gets covered with snow.  Hubby put it all around the pool due to Brady walking into the pool during the last snow storm. 

Our street is completely covered with snow.





Mailboxes. 
Nor'easter Stella (now apparently we name snow storms) arrived a few hours earlier then expected last night.  When I woke up at three due to the insistence of my middle age bladder, there were already a couple of inches on the ground.  My husband woke up at 3:30 and thankfully made it to work safely.  He'll be there until probably tomorrow night.  We're blessed to be in our warm home, safe and sound, stocked with plenty of food and coffee.  The power is going strong and the firewood is stocked just in case.  Thank you for all of the kind words wishing us well.  Happy to say that all is well on the home front.  : )





Many blessings ~ Wendy  xo




10 comments:

Luna Crone said...

Wow! You got lots of photos.

When I opened the door, this morning, the snow blew in and my camera fogged over!!! -grin- So I grabbed a pic, from the net.

Our snow didn't start as soon as predicted. But it got going something like after 4am.

Glad your husband got in, ok, and will be staying there.

Here, our next door son, closed the pharmacy. And that never, never, never happens! I don't remember having to do that, in all the years, my husband ran it. But they went down, and there were not any order messages on the phone even. Put a sign in the door, and came home. Baddddd driving. I doubt anyone wants to be on the road.

Other son works in a bank and they have to open. Closed at 1pm though.

You are so lucky to have a source of heat! Stay warm and safe.

Luna Crone
Still here, with Blizzard Stella

Winters End Rambler said...

Goodness that's a lot of snow! Glad to hear you're keeping warm and safe. x

nela said...

thank you for visiting, i loved the snow storms in boston, kind a miss them. but never the less, spring is starting out with warm day-times.

Sheila said...

Oh my word....how absolutely gorgeous.
I have only ever seen snow that deep once in my life and that was a long time ago.
Hope you are staying safe, warm and cosy-x-

Cheryl mylittlepieceofengland said...

Oh wow, so much snow. We heard about your approaching snow storms on our news here in the U.K., keep warm and dry, it does look beautiful though xx

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

I hope you're finished digging out!! We ended up with about 22 inches. Crazy!! 💜

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

Thank you so much! That's the most snow we've had in one storm in years! xo

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

Boston is notorious for big storms! We have relatives there. My son was thinking of moving there eventually. I didn't know you lived in the states previously. ☺💜

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

It really is so pretty. I'm going to drive around later and take some photos to share. ☺💜💜

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

Thank you so much Cheryl. We never lost power thankfully. Might actually see more snow on the weekend. Slight chance. Mud season should be lots of fun! 😕💜💜