Friday, March 28, 2008

Beautiful Mallory!

In her Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it... That song comes to mind when I look at these precious Easter pictures of Mallory Reece Keller. She's quite a cutie, and I love the outfit! She looks like she ought to be in a magazine! Mallory is about six months old now.

For those of you who don't know, Jack & Middy are the proud Grandparents, and Jack is George's brother. They all live in beautiful Tennessee! Thanks for the pics Middy!
Of course, I had to include a picture of Mom & Dad too--Adam and Mandy.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

More Snow Photos from Krugerville, Texas

I got out the ole ruler and we have 5 inches of snow. It's stopped for now though. We might have another band coming through though.

The girls and I ventured out into the backyard at 4:30. It was fun.

When we came back in, Sally had little snowballs stuck all on her hairy little Schnauzer legs. I couldn't even brush them out! They were like stickers. I had to run warm water on her legs to melt them. It was a hoot! 
As you can see from the pics below, 
the snow is getting deeper.  

With Big Snowy Smiles,

It's Snowing Again!

In the true spirit of Texas weather, it's snowing again today! Yahoo! This time, the forecast is calling for much more than we had Monday!

The bottom hot tub picture is the backyard at 12:30. The top hot tub picture is at 1:30, and the Miata pulling out of the driveway is George going to work at 12:45. Linda had 5 inches of snow in Decatur (30 miles west of here) by 1:00. About 45 minutes later, she called to tell me she mixed up a batch of cookies, and was about to put them in the oven when the power went out.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!

I took this picture out the back door last night. I was beyond thrilled to finally see some snow this year. I love it! When it was all said and done, we had between 2 and 3 inches. At the moment, it's melting quickly away. Sniff, sniff. I doubt we'll see more this year but ya never know. After all, this is Texas! It was in the 70's the day before this snow so I guess anything is possible.