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  • #12081
    Cassel
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    In February, our monthly theme is SNOW.

    Let’s play our monthly alphabet game.

    Let’s find words that are related to snow, snowing and snow activities, etc. I think it should be easy enough with all the activities surrounding snow.

    Who will start?

    #12082
    Dianne
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    Ugh, I live in snowless southern California.  Never had snow in my childhood. Bigger challenge then you think.

     

    A = Alps where snow Angels may appear, perhaps?

    #12084
    Cassel
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    B = Balls as in snow balls

    #12085
    Sheila Hogg
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    C = COLD, COLD, COLD.  Brrrrrrrrrr………….

    #12086
    Dianne
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    d = drift….as in snow drift?

    #12093
    Sue Thomas
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    E= eggnog. Home made of course, to warm the cockles of your heart on a snowy winter’s day. Thank you Cassel for the quick page, it’s prefect for the photo I took early on Wednesday morning en route to the city. The snow covered stone, is my own element, and then I used the engraving tutorial from the creative scrap to add the date. I see normality is slowly returning to NB.

    #12095
    Cassel
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    F = Frozen

    I guess i can showcase a picture i took yesterday, on my first day back to work 10 days after the storm. As you can see, the ice is still clinging to the branches. This tree is NOT a willow: the branches are supposed to be UP.

     

    #12096
    Dianne
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    g = glacier

    #12109
    Michele
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    H ~ Hail

    #12110
    Sheila Hogg
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    I = Icicles

    #12129
    Dianne
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    J = Jack Frost

    #12130
    Michele
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    K ~ Knee-Deep

    #12154
    Dianne
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    L= luge

    #12155
    Cassel
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    M = Mittens! (you need those!)

    #12156
    Michele
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    N ~ Nor’easter ~ not looking forward to another one of those!

    #12157
    Sheila Hogg
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    O=Overcast skies when you know something is going to fall.

    #12178
    Sheila Hogg
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    P = Pure as the driven snow

    #12181
    Marlene Lingham
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    Q=Quiet, the way thick snow deadens all sound.

    #12227
    Sheila Hogg
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    U= Unending storms, cold and bad weather.

    #12233
    Cassel
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    R = Removal… what we want to do with the snow!

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Cassel.
    #12242
    Dianne
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    s = ski, snowboard (yes, and snow). Too easy.

    #12243
    Sheila Hogg
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    T= Thaw and hopefully a quick one for Cassel and anybody else marooned by snow.

    #12246
    Dianne
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    Sheila already did “U” for us (above, which I appreciate, because personally “u” was hard), so we can skip to V now.

    V = virga, which is rain or snow that falls from a cloud but evaporates before it touches the ground,.

    #12247
    Sheila Hogg
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    Ooops. I thought I already did U, went a bit wrong when running the alphabet through my brain but i have been poorly….

     

    #12248
    Dianne
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    It’s okay…we’ve all had to do u-turns now and again.  Hope you feel better soon.

    #12253
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Dianne.

    #12254
    Cassel
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    W = Winter (that was too easy!)

    #12255
    Michele
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    W ~ Whiteout

     

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Cassel.
    #12256
    Michele
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    I don’t know what that script is underneath my “W” word, but sorry about that.

     

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Cassel.
    #12259
    Cassel
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    It is ok. I had that script appear on my own posts too. We are looking into what causes that.

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