SNOW?! // dentist

 Yup...that is right. Where I live the weather man is forecasting snow for tomorrow... and I'm not sure if I'm ready for it yet. Sure, I have my snow pants, gloves, boots, hat, and coat all ready and waiting for the white fluffy stuff. But, after the long winter we had last year, I just don't want to welcome it.
 I am praying that it is just like how all first snows are; light, wet, and quick to melt away. Oh dear, how my feelings of snow have changed in the past few years. When I was 10, I have pictures of me trying to catch a few flakes on my tongue from the first snow. Even younger than that I can remember wanting to make a snowman with a half of an inch...and now I am complaining...oh what has growing older done to me?
So, I've decided to be thankful for the snow rather than dread it. I may just run out there and stick my tongue out again trying to catch one of those hopeful little flakes. (I'll tell you if they taste any different, haha)

Is there any snow in your near future?
What are your thoughts on the cold stuff?

And, something random here, have you ever had a tooth pulled? I am going to have two taken out next week..... :P  I am not looking forward to it.


11 comments

  1. *nervous giggle* I have nothing against snow at all! But when it gets to January, Feburary, March, April anddddd May, I get a little crazy..... :P I just hope winter is a little more forgiving this year! :)

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    1. That is what I am thinking too! :P We will have to think up some new hobbies to do this Winter. :D

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  2. lovely blog..saw you thrue other blogger friend...blessings

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  3. Hi Julia,
    I don't live where it snows, so I would love to have snow! I have only seen it twice, and my family loves it! It's good you're going to be thankful for it. That's the attitude God wants us to have.
    And yes, I have had a couple teeth pulled- my front ones, I think. I was very nervous and the doctor numbed my mouth. I could feel him trying to wiggle my tooth that wasn't even loose. He had to break the roots. And of course there is alot of blood...hope I'm not scaring you. :(
    I will pray for you that God will give you peace. Just remember, He is always with you- even in the dentist chair.
    Love your sister in the Lord,
    Ashley
    creatingpreciousmoments.blogspot.com

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    1. Wow..you should have came over here last Winter. We had 8 foot piles of snow on the side of our roads, and the yard was easily 3 foot deep. Ouch, I've had a tooth actually grow into the tooth below. I had to have it pulled, and that really hurt. I am already scared, now you've just given me something to think about. ;) Thank you for the prayer, Ashley, they mean a lot to me!

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  4. Oooh...having teeth pulled does *not* sound like fun! I hope it goes well. Thankfully I've never had to have one pulled.

    I agree with Sarah on hoping winter is a little nicer this year; ah, I'm not a fan of cold weather!

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    1. Ohh, you are so blessed to never had any teeth pulled! Yeah, you live fairly close to us, so you understand! :D

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  5. Lovely pictures! Our blog is pretty darn adorable. ;)
    See me at www.myblue-striped umbrella.blogspot.com

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  6. Awesome post and pictures! I had 4 taken out and it hurt a little but not bad. I'm going to get my wisdom teeth out some. :( I'm SO scared!

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