14 thoughts on “oops

  1. How crunchy and temporary and delicate that frost looks — but I know you'll get more and more of it! I was just remarking to friends that I can hardly remember a Thanksgiving Day that wasn't sunny and crisp and gorgeous.

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  2. Generally we get frost on the pumpkin rather than snow. πŸ™‚ I don't think we'd know what to do with ourselves with a November snow — snow is a big event here and if we get it usually comes in January. The snow is lovely! especially on the spruce boughs.

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  3. Thank you for the good wishes! Personally, I'd appreciate having a little more time between Thanksgiving and Christmas….Thanksgiving in October sounds ideal! But I'm thankful nonetheless, for the turkey and pumpkin pie I'll be eating tomorrow….

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  4. I've been kicking myself for not getting to clearing our the flower beds before it all got freezing and snowing. But I think I was lulled into a false sense of warmth with the mild fall we had. Oh well.

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  5. Snow already! Oh my! Thank you for the well-wishes! Ooh, Kathie, you will laugh at this…but soon you will be getting a Thanksgiving card from me. Yes, I KNEW that Canadians had celebrated in October, but I guess it slipped my mind, and I was just thinking to send well wishes to everyone I knew when I sent my cards out!! So..when you open your snowy mailbox and see the card, just know that I've been thinking of you. πŸ™‚

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