Growing up in a snowy climate I loved to sled and play out in the snow...build snowforts, snowmen, getting those rosy cheeks and wet, soggy mittens! I think we only had one or two snow days during my school years..our school was really tough on that policy. Well, nowadays, it seems the standard is not so high when it comes to closing the school or keeping it open. When I see the name of my school on a "closed" list after a big storm I inwardly cringe....how I longed for those snow days!
Date: Thursday, November 1, 2012 GMT Views: 1457
Registered: March 15, 2012 Location: Alabama Posts: 11086
Thu, Nov 01, 2012 @ 7:04 AM
Awww!!! You look so adorable in your snowsuit and scarf blowing in the wind! Who's your cutie companion? The embossed snow flakes with the light blue stickles are so pretty! Love the die cut houses in the background too! Super Duper cute Pol!!! (Your coloring is FAB...those pink cheeks are da bomb!)
Registered: July 20, 2004 Location: Arlington WA. Posts: 31136
Thu, Nov 01, 2012 @ 7:32 AM
Oh Polly this is just so darn cute! what an awesome thank you! Polly I so agree we hardly if ever got a SNOW day:(. and no workshops or half days either! BUT the worst is we HAD to wear skirts or dresses.. could only wear pants if it was below zero..
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Registered: July 23, 2007 Location: Syracuse, Indiana Posts: 23289
Thu, Nov 01, 2012 @ 8:45 AM
Such a fun winter scene! I remember snow days too which were few and far between in Chicagoland. In VA they closed not only the schools, but malls, businesses, etc when snow came. Here in Northern Indiana they have fog delays and sometimes have to close down school because it is too cold for the kids to be outside waiting for the bus! My home-schooled kids don't get snow days though we sometimes get extra students on those days when friends join in.