Let it snow!

Our first big snow of the year.  We had a dusting a couple weeks ago, but this was the real deal.

By early afternoon, it looked like this:

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Fluffy wet snow.  I don’t mind the snow so much right now because it is early in the season LOL!  In fact, it is quite beautiful, especially at night:

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We shoveled some so that tomorrow morning won’t be so bad.  John did the neighbor’s walk, too.

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First snowfall in Radiance Manor.

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It looks so cozy in there 😀

I got my cranberry sauce started:

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1 bag of cranberries (16 oz)

3/4 cup sugar

1 cup of water

3 tablespoons orange juice concentrate

cinnamon stick

splash of vanilla at the end.

Yum!

 

Have a happy Thanksgiving everyone.  It’s time for the 3 F’s tomorrow:  Family, Food and Football!

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14 thoughts on “Let it snow!

  1. Sandy

    So pretty! Radiance Manor looks perfect with snow. I’ll conveniently skim over the bit about digging out the footpath, the inconvenience and dangers of snow and stick with my romantic view of snow looking soft and fluffy and pristinely white. 🙂 Been 40 degrees celcius here and I am ‘dreaming of a white Christmas’.
    Stay warm!

  2. deb

    Oh the snow looks lovely Lori!! And your home certainly looks cozy. I wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Our will be about the three F’s too. 🙂 Hugs! deb

  3. Kathy W.

    Happy Thanksgiving, Lori! Your house looks beautiful in the snow–will look amazing with your Christmas tree in the window!

  4. Debby

    Oh your house looks like a Christmas card with the snow! Happy thanksgiving! I Was making cranberry sauce today too!

  5. Fran

    Wow your house looks so pretty covered in snow. It looks like one of those English country style houses. I love it.

    Happy Thanksgiving my dear friend.

  6. Jeannie/Qlts2Slo

    Awwww, first snowfall at Radiance Manor. That house is so happy to be occupied by people who care about it that it is just glowing.

  7. Linda E.

    I tried that recipe for cranberry sauce last year, flop! Maybe I will try again before Christmas, using the vanilla at the end. So I gave the bag of cranberries to my daughter and she made a delicious cranberry ‘marshmallowy’ stuff. It had the cranberries, grapes, crushed pineapple, marshmallows, cool whip, and I don’t know what. But oh such a yummy treat.

    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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