I love snow pictures. Your yard is filled with snow peace. The deck holds the snow. It is amazing how the camera captures the snowfall.You have been busy. The birds are thankful and the grass will pop up to greet you in springtime.Blessings dear heart, wishing you a fine day.
The hawks will visit your area as you continue to feed the birds. I am sure they are in your woods. Until you see them and begin to get a feel for size and shadow, they are hard to find.
I thought of you as the snow started last night. I knew it would only be an hour or so til you got it.....Spring will come, I promise! But, you knew that!
And our snow just started about 2 hours ago... It is beginning to hide my dogs tennis balls.
The photos are evocative and peaceful. Thank you.
Lovely peaceful photo but I miss Callie on the table...loved that photo.Snow is beginning here now, too. Going to be a wild night with flooding tides they say.What a winter. Do you usually have as much snow?
Something is blooming inside you Ernestine. I see, hear, and feel it. Care for it well, this love that only you can give, this heart that only you can know.
Loving the fact that we have no snow or rain today. That is not to say the sun is shining, that might be asking for just a little too much on this Seattle day!
WM, Tabor,Beverly,-teri, Freda, Marcia, Laurax - thank you for visiting.Mermaid - you know me well. I feel good :)LR - thank you for commenting.
I didn't know you could sow grass seed with snow on the ground.
I thought of you this evening when scenes from nashville made the news. you have had quite a bit of winter's blanket this season. the birds will appreciate their seeds and the grass seeds as well! there is such a romantic atmosphere across your woods in the falling snow. stay warm.
Judy, I always thought that was the best time. It soaks into the ground and waits for warm weather to emerge.Sky, thank you for your warm thoughts.
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