Friday, January 29, 2010


It was so much colder this afternoon when I left work than it was when I went in early this morning. The hospital had a sense that something was about to happen. And indeed, babies were being born one after the other. On the way home the traffic was heavy, and the grocery stores full of people looking at empty shelves.

You could almost taste that snow was on it's way.

And indeed, it arrived, in time for us to enjoy the view before darkness came.

We have flashlights, candles, soup fixin's, firewood, hot chocolate, and nowhere we need to be tomorrow.We're settling in for the storm.


  1. Hello sweet friend... sounds like you might be in for it! Have fun and stay warm, my friend! Sounds like you have everything you'll need for a fabulous wintery weekend! Hehe!

    Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your gorgeous pink tea table!!! Ohhh my...soooo very beautiful! Of course the transferware is my favorite for dishes! It looks sooo pretty paired with your pink depression glass...I love how you placed the little white heart doily under the fruit cups...fabulous!!! What a wonderful way to celebrate good friends...I'd say that you "spoiled" them just a bit! Hehe!

    Warmest winter wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

  2. We're watching the storm and wishing it would also travel a bit farther north. Hope you can enjoy curling up inside. Have fun!

  3. It's the full moon....draws those babies right out

  4. We have a winter wonderland too!

  5. We had a full moon and it's so darn cold here in Western NY you don't even want to go out to get groceries.

    Thus have a warm weekend staying home and enjoying each other..

    Dorothy from grammology

  6. It is chilly in Georgia also, nothing like you are expecting though. Stay warm.

  7. We are back to winter here too-we got more than 18 inches yesterday and cold and windy today.I love a storm day too.
    I love your tablescape below too.

  8. For the last two years, I've been doing the foot doctor thing with Mom and it has been fascinating to sit and wait and watch....each person a story. Thanks! (How's the snow???)


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