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Jason Sampler
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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow

I woke up this morning and heard
a strange sound. It was raining
outside, which is unusual for this part of the country (Ft. Worth, TX). Then I realized that it was cold last night and that there might be some snow on the ground.

Sure enough, I peered through the window to see snow/sleet
falling from the sky. What a

beautiful, and unexpected, sight.

Ok, so there isn't a whole lot of snow, but something
is better than nothing!

posted by Jason Sampler at 11:31 AM

1 Comments:

Blogger D.R. said...

We avoided the big one up here in Louisville today, though we did get some ice and snow. We got to go home early from school today (which is fortunate for me because it was one of the worst schools I have been in since I started subbing). Come visit in January though. We will have plenty of snow up here then.

7:37 PM, December 08, 2005  

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