Saturday, April 18, 2009

Continued Snowstorm

Trees are covered with snow and it's still snowing. We may have up to 27 inches before this is all over. The HOA shovels here - but my hubby likes to get snow off as it falls, before it gets too deep. Shoveling, hot chocolate, and a nice puzzle to work on while watching the Colorado Rockies playing in warm sunny Arizona later. :)
"This is the day that the Lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it." Psalm 118:24

My husband mentioned some interesting facts about psalms:
Psalm 118 is the middle chapter of the Bible and Psalm 118:8 is the middle verse.
Psalm 117 is the shortest chapter in the Bible and Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible.

15 comments:

Charlotte said...

What beautiful snow. I loved the snow the winter I lived in Colorado. Snow in April - hummm doesn't sound like much global warming going on to me. lol
Charlotte

Susie said...

Hi Ruthie,
Wow, seeing all that snow in April is amazing. We're blazing hot here today. Feels just like summertime.
As you say, the moisture is a wonderful gift from Above!
xo

G.L.H. said...

Pretty! Tho' I'll have to admit, I'm enjoying our 70's today!

Smilingsal said...

Not fair! Brr. Come visit me. Thanks for sharing. Happy Sunday.

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hi Ruthie your snow is so beautiful!But I think I might want to keep my 70's and 80's at least for now, ask me if I would like some snow in August? Thank you for the scriptures. Blessings,
Sue

Jeanette said...

Gday Ruthie,,
BRRRRRR. your having snow and were having dust storms,,

Your yard looks a picture with snow falling on the trees...

Technonana said...

Oh My!!! It is beautiful, but I know that you must be so ready for Spring!!

nanatrish said...

This snow is wild. I guess for Colorado it may not be a surprise but it just seems so late in the year. Thanks for your support. luv ya, Trish

Jan Parrish said...

Great action photo of the snow removal. Now you should post of the day ground again. Spring in Colorado. Gotta love it.

Charli and me said...

I can't believe all of the snow. It really is pretty. Thank you for the interesting facts about scripture. I hope you have a lovely day ♥

Seeking Grace on the Narrow Path said...

Ruthie,
What beautiful snow! In NC we do not get too much snow. What a sweet husband that you have to keep your walkway free of snow! Thank your husband for sharing the facts about Psalms. I love to know these things about the Bible.
My son, Kylan had to remember Psalm 118:24 when he was just 4 years old. I love this verse! God is so GREAT!
Blessings,
Bren

Cora from Hidden Riches said...

It's warm, breezy, and sunny here today, with roses blooming and birds nesting, etc. What a difference. Sometimes I miss snowy days and the stillness it seems to bring. . . but. . . . I don't like the cold!!!! We could sure use some of that moisture and wetness here, though! Loved the picture you shared!
Cora

Technonana said...

Praying your weather is warmer now!
We have been experiencing some crazy weather ourselves. The way the wind has been blowing around her for the past two weeks, you would think it's still March!!

Sit A Spell said...

I loved living in Colorado...but dont miss the snow on my tulips! However, we had sleet here today in MI. It's gonna get warmer by the weekend. : )

Caroline said...

And I thought it was supposed to be Spring!! Interesting facts on Psalms.