Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Out and In.

Outside it's Snowmageddon. Snowpocalypse. The Beast.
We're trapped.

Our windows are iced over.


The field that I normally show with deer and coyotes in it is pure white.


Inside we have hot chocolate.
Heart marshmallows.
Family game night. (Thank you wii!)




I'm stocked up on dark chocolate and coffee, so it's okay.
We'll make it.

How is it where you are??

24 comments:

Erica said...

you know how it is here ;)

but that hot chocolate with heart marshmallows looks YUMMY! i may come over after all....

Bethe77 said...

It is very windy and the wind chill factor is about 27 degrees but Im sure much warmer then you are where you are at. The hot chocolate with heart marshmellows looks so warm and inviting. I love those photos you posted of the window iced over and the snow covered field. So longing for Sring and Summer! Stay warm enjoy game night with family. Blessings

Casey said...

It's 67 degrees and a clear night. Not a cloud in the sky. :)

kendal said...

just rain here in NC. and....a rusted chain package addressed to the husband! and my birthday is this week!!!

Wendy said...

No snow in sight here. It should get cold enough overnight, but there isn't a cloud in sight. Doesn't the sky know that this is Washington? Where are the clouds?!

Julie @ CalleLillyCafe said...

it's 55 here in the desert but during the day, almost 70. sorry! love those hearts, we just bought the same! keep warm! xo

*love that iced over window shot!

Sara said...

you really don't want to know.
let's just say, I actually took my sweatshirt OFF while my Kinders were on the playground this afternoon.

Love that hot chocolate though...I gotta buy some of those marshmallows.

yardsaleprincess1 said...

Well, I guess I can't complain about our foggy and cold 43 degree morning. I think we probably hit about mid 60s today and I was chilled! I don't think that I could cut it in the snow. I love the rain but don't like to be chilled to the bone. Stay warm and cozy. Sending warm thoughts from Southern CA.

Just B @ Love Where You Live said...

It's 5 below 0 with -30 degree wind chills. 8 inches of snow over the last 2 days. Anyone want to come visit? :-) The only good thing about this weather is how great it will be to see some sun again and temps above 30 later in the week! Lots of hot chocolate curled up by the fireplace. Stay warm!

Suzanne said...

We got the snow before you I think!! Both OKC and Tulsa had record snow amounts. Luckily they closed my office today and tomorrow and I bet that I won't be in on Thursday either! I just need to get more motivated instead of just watching tv all day!!!

Michelle said...

Eighteen degrees in Utah, freezing cold but beautiful crystal clear blue skies, which is a nice change from the fog and inversion. It's the first we've see the sun in about a week. We had hot chocolate yesterday too to take the edge off the cold. Yours does look yummy - and I love the picture of the windows. The ice is really pretty. We like playing games too, have you tried Snorta, your kids would love it.

Stacey said...

We're in full out crises mode....
http://www.imalazymom.com/2011/02/snow-day.html

Laura said...

CRAP! I thought I was prepared for today...stuffed clams, wine and garlic bread. But clearly, I forgot the HEART MARSHMALLOWS!

where on earth did you get those?
MUST HAVE NOW

(Im off to use my heart cookie cutter on the marshmallows...hmmmm...is that what you did? Im an ass)

Sarah said...

we had a huge ice storm yesterday and last night. Our power was off for 6 hours, but we survived. Today it is cold and windy with a windchill of 2.

Meg B. said...

I share your area of the state. The sun is out this morning shining on the snow but it is cold and the snow is deep. Now to bundle up, set my camera to M and try some snow shots.

The Perfect Trio said...

ok. i wasn't going to get any of those marshmallows cause my kids will scarf a bag down in one sitting. now, to have a yummy cup of hot cocoa that looks like that i will HAVE to get a bag!

flower power momma said...

What a hit the marshmallows are. I, who have an empty-nest-home, saw them in the store and nearly put them in my cart! : )

happy to say it's warmer today, 3 hours west of you. We've made it up to 16 degrees!!! woo hoo

John and Elisa Seaba said...

14 plus inches here! we have been doing a lot of eating, playing games and just being lazy and staying in our pjs! :)

Marlene said...

We already have a couple feet of snow on the ground (central Minnesota), but no blizzard - shucks! It's 8 degrees here, but with the windchill feels like negative 20, which earns the distinction of being officially "butt cold". (real meteorological word).

Everlasting Blooms said...

Today it is cold, but sunny and beautiful! Yesterday was a different story, snow, snow, and some more snow... :) So we know how you feel over here!

~ Love the hot chocolate mmm yum!

Lindsay said...

Where are those marshmallows from???

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

The marshmallows are just from WalMart!

Laser Toner said...

What's the white picture? Thanks!

Kara said...

That icy window is simply beautiful! It's been cold here too. So cold that our pipes froze. I'm ready for spring!!