Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

As I mentioned in my previous post, it rarely snows in Portland, so Sunday’s blanketing of the area was an unexpected surprise.  Apparently, it may snow AGAIN on Wednesday and Thursday.  I know most of our neighbors hate the stuff, but I really love it, especially at this time of year.

We usually have to settle for crocheted snowflakes in Portland, but not this Christmas!
We usually have to settle for crocheted snowflakes in Portland, but not this Christmas!
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
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4 thoughts on “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

  1. And I would gladly accept it, Stuccohouse! 🙂

    Here’s the problem with Midwestern snow though (and I say this from experience, having lived in Chicago for almost six years.) It’s charming in December, it’s to be expected in January, it’s tolerable in February, annoying in March and downright irritating in April. And in May? The words I would use to describe snow in May aren’t fit for a family-oriented blog. We’ll just go with “wrong.” Snow in May is WRONG! But December snow makes me happy!

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  2. And now I’m inspired! I recently started crocheting again and snowflakes would be much more fun than pot holders! But first the kiddo and I have some salt dough ornaments that we made a few years ago and that have yet to be painted. Snowflakes for next year, I guess!

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  3. Sigh! I wish I was talented and knew how to crochet. I would love to make a whole bunch of snowflakes of all different sizes and string them together into a snowflake garland. Wouldn’t that be cute?

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