Elise! I want to fall into the snow too. There is no downside, none whatsoever, to making snow angels. Even the bit of snow that might creep down the neck would be welcome. Making snow angels is pure JOY!!!
Love this pic, Felisol!Never had a chance to do anything like this in my life.What joy shows on your face!LoveLidj
What a happy smile on your face.
Yesterday you had primroses and today a shining angel.And this angel looks very relaxed LOLIts great to see people you get snowfall can have such fun with it.I like your angel wings.
Snow Angels, Primroses and Eight Petal Roses..as always Felisol, your Posts are so full of beauty and History. And the Handwork of your Mother and Grandmother is exquisite!
I used to love to make snow angels! Of course that was in the 1960s!!!You look like you are enjoying yourself out there ;-)
Oh ... how happy you are here as an angel! Love the orientation of the pic .. did you try it upside down too?
and what a lovely angel you are too!
Good for you Felisol! I was expecting to see a grandchild making a snow angel, like mine did on Christmas Eve, but no... there you are, doing it yourself!I love that!Sonja
oh felisol..it looks like you had so much fun!in my beloved manitoba, we golden kis were forever making angels in the snow and let me tell you not one of us, other than betty were angels!but it was STILL fun.you look so young and slim and happy in this picture!...love terry
love it! :o)you look so young ... in fact i can see how serina looks like you ...blessings on your week!
that's a very cool pic! :)
P.S....I posted my parents story regarding the revivial in Norway. I don't know the exact year, sometime in the 1930's...Sonja
dearest friend...i am praying that you will have a blessed week..love terry
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