Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Welcome to the neighborhood... so glad you stopped by. What's that you say? You are only here because your car is stuck and you followed the smoke from our chimney looking for shelter? That's what I was afraid of... For a second there, I thought I might finally be able to escape the mountain!

Maybe if I pick up enough momentum, I can roll right through the pasture, and snowball into town.

There is just something about Cows in a Blizzard that mooooves me so! (sorry, its my Dad's fault, that "Whitty" streak still leaks out now and then).

Now where did that darn firepit go? I know it's around here somewhere...

See? There's the picnic table. I knew I was in the right spot!

A merry Christmas to all, and to all a Good Night, said the girl out wading through snow drifts in her flannel pajamas and red snow boots...

(I am seriously lo-si-ng it! Going looney... koo-koo! Apparently, I'm only a hermit when I have the option to leave.)

8 comments:

mainely stitching said...

Oh my gosh, what a LOT of the fluffy white stuff! I feel like I've had a winter vacation, just by looking at the photos!

Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas time!!

primitivebettys said...

Merry Christmas to you and the family, Beth! Your White Christmas is beautiful! :)

Marie said...

Missing you this Christmas! I moved closer so I could spend time with my kids, and as close as we live, we're separated by the snow storm! 'Can't even spend christmas Eve together! Sad!!

But isn't it pretty?!!

joann renee said...

I'm with you Bethy...about hermit-ing by choice, but when it's forced upon me...AAKK!! Miss you...maybe if I start walking today I'll get there by Monday.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Tiffany sent me over to check out your winter wonderland. Great photos and, to be honest, they make me glad I'm in the desert. Have a wonderful Christmas.

GrandBob Moore

Anonymous said...

This too shall pass (melt).
Merry Christmas!

Merrie

Julie said...

Beth, what spectacular photos! We were in the 60's today. Just looking at your snow makes me cold. LOL Thank you for sharing your beautiful home...and cows with us. :o)

Merry Christmas to you and yours! Have a wonderful day tomorrow.

Suz... said...

Hi Beth! I'm a faithful follower of Tiffany's blog, too...she mentioned what great photos you have of the snow. Wow, they certainly don't disappoint...the pictures, that is...it looks awful cold to be in! Glad you had flannels. Enjoy your snow-bound Christmas, Suz...