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We asked for your snow day photos. You sent us some pretty cute ones

Gretchen and Brian Brodigan
A 3-month-old puppy played in the snow in Wakefield on Monday.

On Monday morning, we asked Boston Globe readers to send us photos of how they spent their snow day, as school was canceled due to the foot — or more — of snow received in some areas of Massachusetts.

We were not disappointed. Here are some of the cutest (and most striking) photos that were submitted as of Monday afternoon.

Don’t want to miss out on the fun? Keep sending your photos to snowpics2019@globe.com. Include your name, location, and a brief description of what’s going on in your photo.

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Katherine Stanton

“My 2 year old, William Stanton of Natick, walking to daycare this morning. Our street hadn’t been plowed yet, but luckily his daycare was open and within walking distance.” — Katherine Stanton, Natick

Eileen Brophy
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It wasn’t at all a good day for golf. But it was a great day to have fun on the links. Ringo watched as kids sledded down a hill at Presidents Golf Course in Quincy.

Francesca Gordini
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Francesca Gordini works near the Public Garden and has friend who lives there. She brings Tico nuts to eat, and the snow didn’t stop either of them from attending their usual lunchtime meeting.

Sara Connolly

At 16 months old, Eamonn is experiencing his second winter in Stoneham, and judging by his expression, he likes it just fine.

Susan Gingras

Wyatt in West Barnstable shows that he knows how to have fun in the snow.

Virginia Sullivan

Niles Bowditch of Wellesley was well-prepared for a snowball fight.

John Johnson
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“Trying to live a long life. Use sun protection!” — John Johnson, Nantasket Beach

Ralf Heilmann

“Visit from Cupid.” — Ralf Heilmann, Dedham

Gretchen and Brian Brodigan

“This is our 3 month old black lab puppy Clarence loving the snow in Wakefield!!” — Gretchen and Brian Brodigan, Wakefield

Sandeep Oza

“Working from home on snow day: checking my office out from the window :)” — Sandeep Oza, Quincy

Jen Luethy

“My 85-pound Anatolian Shepherd, Tobi, patrols his yard in belly-deep snow.” — Jen Luethy, Dover

Emily Hardman
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“Here are our kids, Nell & Fox Hardman, with the snow creatures they made in our courtyard in Brookline!” — Emily Hardman, Brookline

Kitty Hunt and Victoria Martins

“It’s almost Mardi Gras! No power and a snow day from work!” — Kitty Hunt and Victoria Martins, Gloucester

John Byrnes

“Gloucester Deck on Brace Cove About 14 inches.” — John Byrnes, Gloucester

Clare Pitoniak-Morse

“Forlorn Christmas lights.” — Clare Pitoniak-Morse, Shirley

Ambar Ramos

“Luke Bryan the German Shepherd, making his own way through Fan Pier, in Seaport. Where he comes from, snow is a good thing.” — Ambar Ramos, Boston

Vikki Schoenhaar

“This golden loves snow!” — Vikki Schoenhaar

Betsy Powers

“Had to move my car at 8 AM and then ran around Beacon Street area to snap snow pics. Loved climbing over snow banks for pretty photos.” — Betsy Powers, Boston

Jen Birenbach

“My daughter [Amanda Birenbach] is throwing snowballs while her dad [Mike] is tossing snow back at her — as he was supposed to be taking the snow off the roof — sorta.” — Jen Birenbach, South Acton