Friday, January 3, 2014

Winter Wonderland

1.  I was hoping for more snow than this.  It was a peaceful snowfall during the night.
That's when I love to walk the dog.  It is so quiet.

2.  My friend loves his warm blankie when trekking through the snow.  
What a great blue sky!

  Different tree shots.  I love the intrigue of the foggy shot.
3.  I hate taking down Christmas.  It all comes and goes way too fast. 
Perhaps I will leave it all up for just abit longer!

4.  I have many winter projects that are on my list of "to finish".  I did however, finish knitting an earthtone scarf while on a car ride to CT last weekend.  It is a gift.

5.  I am participating once again in the GROW YOUR BLOG PARTY with Vicki and friends.  If you are interested, just click on the link and sign up!  I've made so many new blog friends from all over the world.  And I will have a giveaway with my post.  
So stay tuned...

TGIF...because we can hop around for RANDOM 5 FRIDAY and FRIDAY FENCES and SKYWATCH FRIDAY

27 comments:

  1. You do have a little winter-wonderland going on there. It's a lovely sunny day here with gorgeous blue skies. I'm thinking of taking a walk or a drive to enjoy it.

    I love Christmas decorations but I was happy to put them away too.

    Yep, I think we all have some of those unfinished projects lying around.

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  2. Snow definitely makes for some beautiful sights, but I can do without it in Texas. Your photos are great.

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  3. i have to get to working on my post for that party ... i have signed up so i am super excited!!

    those shots that are foggy are so wild. love it!! ( :

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  4. a little snow is good I think. Love your nature images.

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  5. Definitely love the fog shot. Glad you have a little snow.

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  6. Such pretty winter shots! I hate taking Christmas down too. I will miss the warm, cozy feeling a pretty Christmas tree gives off!

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  7. love the fence shot and the snowy trees. :)

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  8. So pretty.. I love the shot of the trees in the fog.

    I do hope you have a happy weekend.

    Hugs~

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  9. Beautiful beautiful shots love your friends blanket:) That is a nice gift of a scarf to a friend they are always appreciated. B

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  10. We received a little less snow than this. But still cold!

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  11. Beautiful photos! Stopping by for the first time via Random 5.

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  12. I am visiting from Skywatch Friday!
    Much too cold outside for me in this photo.
    This New Year storm is bringing us some lovely views for Skywatch however, thanks for sharing yours!

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  13. That first shot pulled me in... well done!

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  14. Such beautiful pics, I love the foggy one - it's quite mystical.
    Xx

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  15. You captured the quiet beauty of a fresh fallen snow. While I hate dealing with the white stuff...I do appreciate the gorgeous scenes it creates.

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  16. The snow is so pretty when the sun is reflection on it! Enjoy the knitting ... And post a picture when it's finished :)

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  17. Your images are lovely -- everything so peaceful and calm ... if it wasn't cold, it would be perfect! I love knitting and crocheting. I'm still enjoying the Christmas decorations. I'm very slow at taking things down indoors -- all the lights are so happy! Happy New Year!

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  18. You want more snow? What's your address. I will send you some of mine. ;)
    xo Catherine

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    1. Now that's just plain funny! It was a balmy 31 degrees today. Back down to single digits though. The wood pile is high!...Stay warm and safe and dry! Aloha

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  19. Definitely more snow than we've received thus far this season... very pretty!

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  20. Happy New Year!!!!! I'm loving yours and other bloggers snow shots-although I'm sure you are way over it!!! Xo

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  21. PS-thanks for THE GROW YOUR BLOG party info!

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  22. Thanks for stopping by and looking at my pincushion tutorial. Glad you are able to use it for your youth group. Your snowy scenes above are gorgeous. I'm very jealous. We only get snow maybe once every couple to three years. But when we do, I totally get to experience the serene and peacefulness of it. You're a lucky girl.

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