Monday, March 3, 2014

Beautiful But Ice

Beautiful view
but still cannot step outside
Do not think
mail delivered on this rural
road
but can not get to vehicle
because of ice.

Really does not matter
just missing going outside...

16 comments:

Pienosole said...

It looks beautiful, but do be careful and please, don't go outside until the ice has melted. Take care.

Judy said...

You can go out on the porch to feel a bit of sun--I will allow that, but please--using a cane on ice or snow is useless and can be a hazard. Be patient--spring has to come soon. Love's ya

Barbee' said...

Just look at that beautiful light in the trees! And the blue shadows in snow. Thank you.

Sharon said...

I agree - there's no safe way to maneuver on ice. Enjoy the sight from the safety of inside. Ice will soon be gone and signs of spring will appear ~

Kay said...

Oh my gosh! That's gorgeous!

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Pienosole, Judy, Barbee, Sharon and Kay, thank you :)
Tomorrow, late afternoon
hoping I can pull the truck out and pick up mail :)
Then can you imagine
almost 60 later in the week...

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

The ice looks like sparkly diamonds in that second photo. I hope it all melts for you soon, so that you can get outside safely.

Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady

Balisha said...

Don't you wish we had ruby slippers and could click our heels and winter would disappear?
Maybe we could find some "spring" inside today. Spring and summer have to be better.

Be careful.
Balisha

Sallysmom said...

We had 3 days of ice back in January. We got no mail. It was too dangerous for the mail person to drive on my road.

Balisha said...

When I was swimming yesterday, I talked to a woman who mentioned ice cleats for shoes and boots. She said that she keeps a pair in her glove compartment, just in case she has to walk on ice. She also uses them to get up and down her driveway to the mailbox. Just a thought.
Balisha

Tabor said...

Sending a large pitcher of patience.

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Tabor, I surely need it:)
Lorraine, Sallysmom, ;) no mail delivery yesterday or today :(
Balisha, how lucky to go swimming :)
Ice cleats not a good idea for me.
Mailbox to far away.
Temperature still on 25 and no melting today - but tomorrow
sun is too shine :)

Friko said...

Stay snug. Going out on to the ice could prove dangerous.

Cape Cod Kitty said...

At least there is all that beauty to behold out your windows. This has been an icy winter in so many places and walking is a challenge everyday. Happy to know you are safe, warm and wise!!

Laura said...

Things will change, the ice will melt, meanwhile you have beautiful views from your window and plenty of good books to enjoy.

sandra hagan said...

gorgeous photos!!!!