Monday, December 03, 2007

Wishes Really Do Come True!



Apologies for the tardiness of this post. Sadly, all that beautiful snow has been replaced by the second highest recorded rainfall in Seattle!

But Katie is confident that we'll see the white stuff again.

And if we don't, she'll break out her magic jammies!

12 comments:

Kyla said...

Can you tell me where to buy these magic jammies? Texas is sorely lacking in the snow department. ;)

Aimee Greeblemonkey said...

How cute is that????

Becky said...

aw she looks truly happy.

Family Adventure said...

That's a fantastic shot.

Crossing fingers that it'll happen again for Katie!

Heidi :)

Mrs Pushy said...

First fallen snowflakes always taste the best!

flutter said...

Yay magic jammies!!!

Kellan said...

I'm so glad she got to see the snow and sorry about the rain - I hope the snow returns soon. Take care. Kellan

Tabba said...

so, so cute.

i was thinking of you this morning when i awoke to the news of what is going on in WA. I hope all is well.

Queen of the Mayhem said...

How cute is that picture?!

I don't think even the magic jammies can bring snow to the DEEP south! :)

Do you think those jammies will work on college football? I really want LSU to win the national championship! (hee-hee)

painted maypole said...

yay for magic jammies!

Monique (Rain Babies) said...

You got snow!!! Yay!!!! I keep hoping it will come back down here!!

What a precious picture. *sigh*

Caesar screamed at our little drift of snow. I can't wait to get that on camera. :)

carrie said...

Thank you Tabba, for your concern. We are fine, only some local flooding . . . like backed up storm drains and overflowing creeks. This is one time when I am so grateful to live on a hill. But folks south of Seattle are experiencing a horrible flood. There are still people trapped in their homes and being rescued by helicopter, even a day later.

Happy thoughts for all those people and businesses affected by this storm; which, as the latest news states, WAS a record-setting amount of rainfall after all.