Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…

My Wordy Wednesday this week is dedicated to our best friends who recently moved to Maryland.  We were so sad to see them go, but glad we got to see them plenty before they left.

I had Meg’s bestie promise to send us a picture of her catching snowflakes on her tongue, because we’re lucky if we get cold weather in December here in Florida, seriously 81 degrees yesterday (insert big raspberry here and thumbs down)!  I also taught her a slightly changed version of the Barney song  to sing while doing it…

“If all the ‘snowflakes’ were lemon drops and gum drops oh what a world this would be, Standing outside with my mouth open wide, ah ah ah-ah ah…”    You get the picture!

Well the other morning Meg and I were so excited to get these two pics of our friends. 

kaya

rach

So cute right?!  We miss them so much and can’t wait till they come back to visit at the end of the month.  Gosh I love and miss the snow too so pretty!

6 thoughts on “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…

  1. My husband and I were commenting yesterday on how much it feels like August down here in December. It’s sweltering. It just seems wrong. At least you can enjoy the snow vicariously. 😉 Great pictures of them. And I remember that Barney song! It does have a verse for snowflakes…”If all the snowflakes were candy bars and milk shakes, oh what a snow that would be, standing outside with your mouth open wide…” 🙂

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    1. Mrsbear ~ Awww and I thought I was being original with the snowflakes. lol Ach well, anyway as far as I’m concerned if it doesn’t get cooler soon Jack Frost is getting a pink slip. 😉

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