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Saturday, December 19, 2009

{ Snowbound }

it's the Stay-Puffed Marshmallow Man!
{oh...no wait...sorry, that's my husband.}

... snug as a bug in a rug.

can you spot Buddy?
{hint: he's closer than you think}

you're not getting me to sit on that toilet seat in there
...no way...i'll stick fast!

we have about 2 feet of snow...that's not counting the almost 4 foot drifts...
.....and they're telling us the 'heaviest' snowfall will begin today about 11:00....
what?
?????????????????


we're all stocked up on cocoa and popcorn...
candles and kindling...
...wool and kitties.

tell me...
what more could one ask for on such a perfect day?
wishing you all Warm Woolies!!!!
Lori

14 comments:

Lori said...

Your farm looks beautiful in the snow Lori. And so do you! That's about what our winters look like normally. I love the winter and don't mind the snow at all. Tis so cozy to sit inside and do handwork. Enjoy your popcorn and cocoa, wool and kitties!

janeu729 said...

We've got the woodstove going and I'm being kept extra warm by a sweet Goldadore. Luckily I have JUST enough burlap to make a new piece to hook.
Heading out to replenish the bird feeders.
STAY WARM!!

Catherine said...

Thanks for sharing your great photos! Love the one with your boots in the snow!

Our heaviest snow is supposed to start around 3 -- HA! I can't imagine it getting much worse.

magikalseasons said...

Boy you sure did get a ton! Very beautiful. We're only getting about 3 inches here. :)

devonaz said...

I am so jealous,,it looks beautiful..of course your husband might not agree,,thank you for sharing with us..Merry Christmas..

Orange Sink said...

Lori,
It's so fun to see you enjoying the white stuff! Wonder how long it will stick around for you? I hope at least through Christmas! In the meadow you could build a snowman! Stay safe, warm and a Merry Christmas from Northern WI. Cathy G

WoolenSails said...

You got quite a bit of snow, still waiting for it to hit our area, we are getting it later.

Debbie

The Evening Stitcher said...

Love the snow, Lori! Your farmhouse looks so cozy...just in time for Christmas! Enjoy!!

Bobbie

Jackie said...

I had to laugh at the picture of your husband shoveling. That looks like such a losing battle!

Stay warm and safe!

prashant said...

,,thank you for sharing with us..Merry Christmas..

Work from home India

sewprimitive karen said...

So beautiful. What is your husband shoveling there? It is still snowing LOL.

Janean said...

your place looks soooooo FAB with all that beautiful snow!

Cinlyn said...

Oh wow! It's beautiful...as long as I could stay home by the fire! Stay in & stay warm...a great time for stitchin'!!

Geri said...

Hi Lori! Just wanted 2 check and see how u were ( hope u dig out of all that snow) and 2 wish u and yours HAPPY HOLIDAYS;)

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