“Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat. In our mad rush for progress and modern improvements let's be sure we take along with us all the old-fashioned things worth while.” Laura Ingalls Wilder

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Snow Scene

I was just about ready to take down the snow scene on my blog ..when a big storm blew through and made that idea go out the window.  We're supposed to have snow off and on all week.  I hope hubby wakes up with time to spare for blowing off the circle driveway.  The black specks on the left side of photo are large basalt bowls (rocks) that surround our bon fire pit and are used for sitting.

Today we're having breakfast for dinner .. and sipping hot tea by the fire.

There goes the snow plow driver up and down the street ... my winter hero.  Have a blessed day.

8 comments:

Sandy said...

The snow looks beautiful. We have an inch or so forecast starting any moment now. Sure hope it's coming. One big snow before spring is not too much to ask. Is it? :o)
Hugs~

Pat said...

JUst a little evidence that winter isn't over yet!
You have a lovely setting to gaze at while looking out your window. Enjoy the view!

Anonymous said...

A stunning snow scene!, thanks Mrs Mac and God bless you

ღ soraya ღ said...

we didnt have too much snow this year strange cause last year was so much and strong i couldnt go to work casue no transport did ride..the ways everything stood still for a day..was one of the biggest snow storm after the one from 1963 in holland...i was just born but people told me...keep warm inside thanks for sharing...loves soraya

Sandy said...

Mrs. Mac,
Looks like mother nature is playing games with Winter this year for everyone. When you think the snow is gone, surprise...it's back. Stay warm by the fireplace, enjoy your breakfast dinner and some hot tea and let the snow plow take care of the rest! Have a great evening :-)

Dani said...

Oh, my rots are calling - seriously! I last saw snow in 1988 - far too long!

And love breakfast for dinner LOL

Ruth Trowbridge said...

we are supposed to get enough rain tomorrow to wash away all our snow - let's hope so can't wait to garden this year! thanks for the wonderful encouraging notes you have left on my blog - peace

Humble wife said...

How lovely!!