White Christmas ~ Saturday nite by Marjorie Wallace
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Lacey, Washington ~ December 2009
Snow continues to fall and the winds are picking up. 40-60 mph and gusts to 75-90 mph. The airport is canceling flights and the state patrol says to please stay off the roads. I know we were all wishing for a White Christmas, but this is beyond ridiculous! LOL! This is 11-1/2 inches of snow!

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Cameras and photography captured my interest years ago as a child with my little Brownie. The cameras have changed over the years until the Digital age when I got really serious about photography. Not only has my work improved, but it has opened many doors to meeting wonderful people along the way. New friendships and learning new skills… I am hopeful that some of my best work is yet to come.

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  • navybrat
    navybratalmost 6 years ago

    beautiful!!

  • Thank you!

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Clark Thompson
    Clark Thompsonalmost 6 years ago

    This is beautiful… if you are a polar bear! It is a little disconcerting for your part of Washington state though; especially with hurricane force winds. Bundle up, Marjie, it looks like it going to be a looong winter.

  • Aaaah, made it through the night without loosing power. The windstorm in my area did not reach more than about 20 mph, but north and east really got hit. Today will be quiet, I think.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Béla Török
    Béla Törökalmost 6 years ago

    Wow, this is gorgeous my friend!

  • Thank you, Bela.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • MarianaEwa
    MarianaEwaalmost 6 years ago

    WOW thats a lot of snow. Did yuóu have trouble with the power too?
    Did makes an perfect christmas card.

  • Thank you, Mariana. We did not loose power this time, thank goodness. I had my lanterns all charged and food prepared in case we did, but here it is morning now and it is as still as can be. Yipppeee!

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • BlackSwan
    BlackSwanalmost 6 years ago

    Wowsers! You got heeps! You can really put it in a perspective looking at the amout of snow on the chair! Thank you for sharing, dear friend! xxx

  • I know, I need to measure how much it is just for fun. Soon as it is light, I will get out and take some photos.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • ej29
    ej29almost 6 years ago

    Beautiful!!! wish we could get some of that here in Virginia…

  • Thank you so much. My niece lives in Virginia and she would love a White Christmas too.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Kristina K
    Kristina Kalmost 6 years ago

    now thats a cold garden..lol..:)) k

  • Thank you, Kristina.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • ourjrny
    ourjrnyalmost 6 years ago

    Oh wow! The snow is over the arm rests now!!! I hope you and the baby cats are staying warm!! I love the sparkles in the fresh fallen snow, it is pretty!

  • We are warm and cozy here. Not quite so cold today. I hope you got your package from the post office. It was supposed to come today. LOL!

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • David Clark
    David Clarkalmost 6 years ago

    Well it looks beautiful — Wish you a Merry Christmas — my nephew in Seattle is tired of the snow already — but I wouldn’t mind seeing just a little — dave

  • Yes, Dave, it does look beautiful. But a little goes a long way when the whole city becomes covered with so much. I have been staying very close to home and many of us have cancelled our Christmas plans because the roads are so bad. Airport waits are unbelievable and it was even shut down a few days ago. Shortage of gas also because the tankers could not get to the gas stations. I don’t think that anyone here will be complaining about the rain anymore. It will be a blessing compared to this. Happy Christmas to you and your loved ones, Dave.

    – Marjorie Wallace

  • Mayina
    Mayinaalmost 6 years ago

    Superb to see a ‘white Christmas’

  • Yes, it was special, but we were not sorry to see it leave. It nearly paralized our city.

    – Marjorie Wallace

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