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I swear the weather here in Texas is so unpredictable!! I too blogged about the snow we received and posted a few pics. Amazing, as it will be melted and warm again prolly by Monday!

Ha Ha Anna!! I sent you the snow! UPS will deliver anything******Didn't want you to get homesick.

Crazy, snow in Washington, Texas and Chicago, but not a single flake here in Minnesota. I'm soo jealous.

Crazy heavy snow... and I don't even know what a hot tottie is! I need to look it up on line. Got up at 4:15, tried the commute, gave up 7 miles and 45 (!@#^$@%!) minutes later and came back home. Didn't make it back for ANOTHER 45. Still coming down with no signs of slowing. About a foot on the ground so far. And counting. Hot tottie.... I guess it's not an overly warm two-year old. I'll have to go check it out. Thanks for sharing the pics of your snow! They're so... well... cute. :-)

I am just North of you in OKLA and we had Bartlesville & Dewey's first Blizzard. I can't get out my drive to go to work, we had 20 inches. The most we have had in the last 10 years is 3 inches. I get to stay home and stamp instead of doing first of the month reports.

I had no idea Texas ever got snow!!! Crazy!! We are snowed in here in SE Wisconsin --*EVERYTHING* is closed. Looks like a movie day for us, since it's too cold & blowy to go outside. Maybe I can sneak away to stamp a bit......

Wow! snow in texas. I bet that was beautiful to see

Is that a Ford 8N? Love it! My Dad had a Ford dealership, and I was raised on an 8N in Tennessee! Love the snow pics, so cool...snow is just so pretty coming down!

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