Monday, May 10, 2010

May Snow...

Yes hello this is May 10th the day after Mother's Day. We always seem to get snow in May and here we are this year. Granted it is not sticking or piling up on our ground as of yet. We are 3400 feet elevation and it has been cold and raining all last night and today. It is now late afternoon and snowing. Big fluffy white snowflakes. So pretty.
This is the view out my front door and looking to the East side. Yes, my house faces North. The builders didn't understand that is not a good idea but they did it before I came along. :o)
This is the same view direction but from my kitchen french doors overlooking the deck. Big fluffy white snowflakes falling everywhere.
The pond is quite full with all the rain. The plants and lawn are fully hydrated. The trees are happy with more water soaking into the earth for them to drink.
This is the perfect evening for baking with the oven on. I think chicken breasts coated with sour cream and crushed Chicken in a Biscuit crackers will be just right. Baked potatoes too. That will keep the oven on for a good while. Then I shall make some simple apple turnovers for dessert. Yum! What are you fixing for dinner tonight?

9 comments:

  1. We have just ended a week of very hot temps. (90's) and the cool front that came through Sat.night made Mother's Day so pleasant - bright sun and 72 degrees, perfect! Can't imagine having snow this late but it does look pretty with your surrounding trees.

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    Thanks for stopping by. See you when I return.
    Mary - A Breath of Fresh Air

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  2. wow.....snow?!! mother nature doesn't always have the best sense of humor, does she?! we had temps in the 90's last week.....i'll send some of that warmth your way.....! in the meantime, i think you've got the right idea with turning the oven on.....your chicken and potatoes sounds deee-lish!! :))

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  3. YUM! Chicken and potatoes and apple turnovers!!! What a perfect dinner. And a May snow! We have 90s here already! Thanks for signing up for the giveaway!

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  4. Wow...I wonder Grass Valley got any of the white stuff!

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  5. Snow in May, I cannot imagine!
    It looks like gorgeous country where you live, those photos are just gorgeous.

    Have a great week,
    Anne

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  6. Snow? Well, in such a lovely location and such delish suppers, guess you don't mind too much?
    It's fairly cool and below seasonal averages for temp and rainfall here in old blighty.
    Have a great week, love your boxes and ribbon too!

    Sandie xx

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  7. We had Spring, here, in April. May is coming in like a lion here. There have been reports of snow in the Adirondacks the past couple of weeks. The view from your deck is lovely; so serene! Your dinner! Delicious! My best friend is the crock pot :) Enjoy your day today and thanks for your well wishes. I am starting to get my "mojo" back. xxoo

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  8. snow in may....wow! that's just too weird!...

    i'm making rice with chili on charras with melted cheddar cheese..and a delicious salad to go with it!

    yum...

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

    hope for warmer weather soon!

    xoxo

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  9. So pretty! And cozy too. Dinner must have been wonderful! ~ Angela

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