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old farmers tales

Like old wives, old farmer’s have tales. And an old farmer once told me that the number of the day of the season’s first snow would be the number of days it would snow that season. I tend to trust old farmers especially since I live in the midwestish area. If they are even close to being right that would mean that we would have TWENTY THREE days of snow this season?! Heh. That’s a lot of shnowin’. Just sayin.
~ Anna mucking up the first snowfall. ~
It’s so purty coming down, but I loathe driving in it. I had to remind her not to eat any yellow snow, but we both caught some snow flakes on our tongues surely that isn’t deadly. 😉

5 Responses to “old farmers tales”

  1. angieo Says:

    It looks so pretty! Almost makes me miss Small Town USA… almost, but not quite. I’ll take my 65 degree Thankgiving any day! Have a great thanksgiving. Hope your kiddos enjoy the snow.

  2. Monika Says:

    Ohhh that makes me miss living up north sooo bad!! Happy Turkey Day!

  3. Erik Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Nattie :)..
    May the Lord bless you, Jonathan and Anna. The weather looks beautiful there. 🙂

  4. Pooh Says:

    happy thanksgiving to you, jonathan and anna. I hope your day was wonderful. The snow looks like so much fun. 🙂

  5. Chris Says:

    I agree…snow is pretty as long as I don’t have to drive in it.