Photo Hunt-Broken

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Just an update to let you know that I will draw a ‘One World, One Heart’ winner around 11 am on Feb. 15th. I feel the people out west can still enter-so can you!
Broken-so what is broken is the snow amounts for the Philadelphia area! In the winter of 2009-2010, we have gotten over 70″ of snow (Sean is saying close to 80″). It’s still hanging around too. We are getting a few more inches tonight. Driving around in it is surreal too. The pushed aside snow looks like white boulders. I told Bri last night that I wish I had my camera with me, but there would hardly be a place to park. And the icicles-some are at least 4 feet long! It sure looks like Alaska around here!

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Domestic goddess, wife, mom, gardener, paper and collage artist, geocacher, local traveler, cross stitcher, baker, crafter, Facebooker, blogger, decorator and photographer.

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  1. That is so gorgeous! I keep forgetting to do the photohunt – I mean to, but my Saturdays have been so busy lately. I need to think about it way before the weekend and schedule my post 😀

  2. Look at all that snow–it does make a beautiful picture, doesn’t it? I bet you are all sick of shoveling/ blowing it. Is that your neighbor’s house in the background? For some reason I was thinking your closest neighbor was further away.

  3. Well you definitely have more snow than we’ve seen all winter! Wow! It sure does look pretty, though, doesn’t it:-) I know, no fun shoveling though! lol It’s hard to believe but we’ve only had to shovel once and that was before Christmas. The shovel or snowblower hasn’t come out since. xoxo

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