Wednesday, October 28, 2009

I’m Dreaming of a White……Halloween??

Yep, it snowed today.  And not just snowed—they’re predicting 12-18 inches on the ground by tomorrow night!  HOLY COW!  Here’s some pics. Poor, Poor trick-or-treaters. 

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And speaking of Halloween, we decorated our annual Halloween sugar cookies this weekend.  This tradition stems back to when I was a little girl, and it’s just as fun now as it was then.  And I’m pretty sure I consumed about 20 of said cookies in about two days.  I really, really love them. CIMG2748 CIMG2744

10 comments:

Carolyn Hanson said...

YIKES!!!!

I'll quit complaining about living in Minnesota.

Ryan and Adrienne said...

I was thinking we had a lot of snow for halloween time but you guys got dumped on. I always hated halloween in the snow so good luck with your kids

Curtis and Amanda said...

Oh my goodness, Tara! That is a ton of snow!!!! Did they cancel school for you?

Jami and Scott said...

Oh, I want to live in CO! I miss the snow soooooo bad. Also, Tara, you look stinkin' skinny. Especially for just having a baby. Nice job!

Atwoods said...

unbelievable! that is some crazy weather you guys have...but i guess it's just more incentive to stay inside & bake yummy halloween treats.

Denise said...

um...yeah that is some serious snow!!

Paul or Lindsay said...

I saw that it snowed really bad there when we were watching the Jazz play the Nuggets the other night. Then Paul and I thought we saw Rusty in the crowd wearing a Jazz jersey. WEIRD! Glad to see you finished your race. I'm serious when I say we need to do one in the spring.

Brian/Kasey said...

That's CA-RAZY! By the way your family pictures are so cute. I love the one of you holding sleeping Blake. Megan is great.

Liv Lane said...

Wow! Actually, one of my favorite Halloween memories is when it snowed two feet and we all went out in costumes and snow boots. Hopefully, it'll make for good memories for your kids, too!

carrmomma said...

I cannot even imagine Halloween with snow. Our kids are usually peeling out of their costumes within the first thirty minutes of trick-or-treating because they are burning up! Wow!