Monday, June 4, 2012

cotton snow



It was snowing cotton here yesterday.


What started as a quick stop in at the farm...


became a dance in the snow.


At this age... 


there is no concern of allergies.


There is only joy living in the moment.




I smiled when her balls of cotton were noticed by the sparrows and
taken away.


She smiled too.



11 comments:

  1. Ahh the simple joys of the young. Love it!

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  2. Those sparrows'll have her number! She looks so darling in her raincoat.

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  3. Dandelions?

    Love the pink sneakers! :)

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  4. Who knew we produce a bumper crop of cotton here in the Fraser Valley every spring? You captured the cotton harvest beautifully!

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  5. I remember as a kid chasing those snow flakes as they drifted to the ground. Thanks for the reminder of the innocent joys of childhood.

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  6. Funny! Readers have pointed out that we are on the same wavelength today.
    You've think that we could wave to each other out of back doors.... just a highway and a few too many cottonwoods blocking the view, I guess.

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  7. How amazing, cotton snow...and lots of fun too! I bet all the bird nests around there are the most comfortable and cozy nests in the world.

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  8. Our cotton fom cottonwood bloom is heavy here too. Great photos of free fun. Fisher Price can never out do nature for fun!

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  9. How sweet....cotton snow. I remember being at your place during the cotton season.....my eyes were so itchy. Glad your little gal had no troubles with that....just fun!

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  10. Delightful! Those sparrows are going to have the comfiest nests ever!!! Your pictures are wonderful Lovella!

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  11. So sweet! Playing with 'snow' that doesn't freeze your fingers!
    It snowed at our house too! I've tried to think of something one could do with the pretty cotton fluff but I guess if you aren't building a nest, there aren't too many uses for it!

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Thank you!