Welcomed Home by Snow!

Yesterday we woke up in the Other Washington.

Today we woke up at home to snow! What a difference a day makes!

We had a wonderful time in Washington DC last week under mostly blue skies and sunshine and I can’t wait to share photos of the monuments, memorials, museums and art galleries, the finest in the world. That will take some time and sorting out of course, but in the meantime, there’s no place like home!

~ Susanne

19 Comments on “Welcomed Home by Snow!

    • Thanks Pete. ๐Ÿ™‚ We heard about it messing up the airport in Seattle the day before we left DC, so were happy not to have any flight delays yesterday. Still, it’s a bit early for us so yes, a bit of a shock.

  1. I saw that on the weather app on my phone! I have Seattle as one of my โ€œplacesโ€ because my nephew lives in the general area. And I immediately thought of you when I saw it was snowing!!๐Ÿ˜ฎโ˜ƒ๏ธโ˜ƒ๏ธ

    • We heard about it the day before we left DC and were hoping for the best! Fortunately, there were no problems or delay with our flight yesterday and we’re enjoying the beauty of the snow today! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Welcome back, Susanne! We got almost a foot of snow, from which we spent most of the later morning, digging out the 4WD car and hubby snow blowing. What we got is heading east so DC may get some of ours, LOL! Gorgeous pics!

    • Thanks, Terri. ๐Ÿ˜Š We only got a couple inches here and even that is melting, though there may be more on the way! We were lucky and got the best of DC weather while we were there. It was raining yesterday morning when we left so we timed it right! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  3. My birthplace. There’s no truth to the rumor that I started all the trouble back there.

  4. Your photos make the snow look so photogenic – I’m *almost* wishing we had a light dusting… almost…

  5. That’s snow at its prettiest for sure! I look forward to hearing all about Washington DC ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. We have had that forecast here, still just occasional ice pellets raining down. But as much as so many in this area fervently wish for it, White Christmases are so rare that they only have happened six times over the past century. The Seattle of my childhood had many more than that. There was one Christmas eve my neighbor’s teen son decided to deliver Christmas cookies to families around the block via traveling on his Nordic (“cross country”) skis. Still wishing for a snowy Christmas Eve and morning with snow melted off the roads by noon. Sigh. More snow photos, please?

    • I too love the snow and am always happy to see it! And it does seem to be increasing here in the Seattle area as we’re getting every year. The trees and plants are still covered but there’s not much left on the ground. There’s more in the forecast so hopefully I’ll have more snowy pictures to share! ๐Ÿ™‚

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