Thursday 18 March 2010

Alphabe-Thursday - I is for ice and icicle

Jenny Matlock

This week, the letter for Mrs. Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday is "I".
My I-word is ice.

Ice is water that is so cold that it has solidified and become hard and fast. Icicles are pointed pieces of ice that hang from something, such as a roof.

Icicles are formed when the changes in temperature allow the ice to melt and refreeze before the water has completely dropped away.

Happy Alphabe-Thursday!

First Commenter: Ann of Ann's Snap Edit Scrap

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abc-Wednesday - I is for ice.

I is for ice.

For those who wonder why I went to the freezer to fetch some ice cubes, rather than to just go outside and point my camera in any direction at all to find an image of ice: I was just too tired. I have not been well for a week and even though I am getting better, I have my limits. Sorry. Maybe next week's letter "J" will be better.

Happy abc-Wednesday!

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First Commenter: Duni of Lovely Purses

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