Monday, November 30, 2009


It's snowing here, and it's beginning to look a lot like... WINTER! When I came out, on my way out to meet a friend, it felt like I'd been transported to the old inn in the classic movie White Christmas.
Do you remember ... at the end they sing 'I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas' and the big doors swing wide open onto a winter wonderland. That's exactly how it felt when my own garage door slid open. I stood transfixed for a moment, as I gazed on a street that had been transformed into a white fairyland. To top it off, at that very moment, a full choir of sparrows in neighboring spruce trees flooded the air with their chirpy songs. It was as if I'd been transported inside a Currier and Ives Christmas card!

What a great way to set the stage for December 1st tomorrow!

On that note, I'm off to curl up under a cozy blanket (I hear the wind howling now) and read something from my library pile. I just finished Debbie Macomber's new book "One Simple Act" on the beauty of generosity.

Happy Evening!


  1. It has been snowing here off and on since the afternoon but I so love the way you describe it in your is so very pretty. Stay warm my friend.....:-) Hugs

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  2. Oh, I'm jealous - I want snow! It's so beautiful! Your new picture for the top of your blog is so pretty with the lights and your warm yellow walls.

    Enjoy the snow!


  3. sounds cozy and beautiful reading a book and enjoying the beauty of the season.

  4. We guess you could also sing "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas." Singing is probably a good way to deal with winter!

  5. Oh dear, the white stuff!!! Accumulating! Very pretty, but scary to this driver!!!

  6. I want to read that book and I want to discover snow when I open my garage door. Beautiful photo!! Love to curl up with a warm blanket and read a good book. You should have one of my pumpkin cookies and a cup of hot coffee. Happy reading!

  7. You're back!
    Did you have a nice rewarding time off. looks cold but beautiful.
    Hope you snuggled under the blanket for a long time. Sounds so nice.

  8. Great to have you back. The snow is beautiful. Hope we have a little bit.


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