The Huge Snowstorm


The headline in our paper this morning was, generic “Digging out begins, case more misery on the way”. We had a huge snowstorm in Delaware, cialis starting overnight and ending late on Saturday. We got 24 inches and now they are saying there is more on the way tomorrow night, maybe 10 inches!! This photo of my husband was taken during the storm. I can’t get out my back doors to take any photos of the back of the house, so I took this one through the screen door, while the snow was still coming down.


This one is looking through another screen door, into the entrance of my herb garden.


We have quite a few steps leading to the next level of our property, and there is a stone wall in front of these burning bushes. The snow is so deep, you can not walk in it.


I feel sorry for the poor little birds. I don’t have any birdseed left to give them. I think I’ll throw out some pieces of bread. Of course the birdbath is frozen. Poor little guys.


I’m glad I have enough to keep busy while I’m stuck in the house, but I’m sure cabin fever will set in soon, but it is nice to be inside and looking out. It’s nice to walk outside. The air is so crisp and the sun feels warm on my face.


The snow is so beautiful, but I have to admit, Spring can’t come soon enough for me!

Thanks for stopping by.

10 Responses to “The Huge Snowstorm”

  1. Rondell Says:

    Hi Carole,

    So you got it too.LOL I told Stush this morning that I feel like I”m living in the middle of a snowglobe! We too are expecting more Tuesday thur Wednesday!

    Hold on it will be spring soon…I hope!


  2. Julie Says:

    Hi Carole,
    We only got a few inches, but they are telling us now to expect 5 to 9 inches starting tonight. I am with you about the snow, nice to see but aching for Spring.
    Stay warm!!!!

  3. Julie Says:

    P.S I love the silhoutettes below!!!! They look FANTASTIC!!!

  4. Debbie Says:

    The snow looks amazing! That statement is coming from one who is lucky to see 1 or 2 inches a year, and then quickly gone. Your home looks like a postcard sitting in the pristine white. I hope you make it through the winter without more hardship. Come for a visit to experience some spring.

  5. carole holt Says:

    Hi Debbie. The snow is amazing alright! AND they are saying 18 inches more, starting late this afternoon!! I’ll stop by later today. Thank you for stopping by.

  6. thepowderdwigs Says:


    Maybe this will put a smile on your face.

    Two men, with shovels in hand, stand looking at all the snow. They are complaining about all the shoveling they are about to do. One man says to the other. Instead of shoveling I’ve got a better idea. Lets burn it. The second man pauses, thinks a bit and replies, That is a great idea. But what do we do with all the ashes?

    Good question,


  7. christe' Says:

    your snow is beautiful. Your home frosted with snow is so beautiful
    ….and I see that the snowblower finally came to be a good thing.

    bless your day,

  8. carole holt Says:

    Christe’, the snowblower is worth it’s weight in gold this winter. Nice to hear from you.

  9. Judy Says:

    How neat to see your tin basket in the window….I have one of them purchased long ago painted blue…one of my favorites – but I have forgotten where it is hiding …. thanks for the reminder…..Judy

  10. Carole Says:

    Hi Judy. i am glad i was able to remind you. I have had these window tins for a very long time. Now go find it! LOL
    thanks for leaving a comment today!

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