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Monday, January 6, 2014


Someone posted this on facebook!  It about sums up our state right now!!!


This is our front porch and sidewalk.  There are bushes under the snow in front of the railing somewhere!


A path on the deck that "wonderful gardener" shoveled three times so "wonderful furbaby" could go out potty.  It is taller than she is!


The "littles" and their mommy came over one day.  I spread a quilt on the living room floor and we had a picnic  and a treasure hunt in the house.  We had H20 JUICE to drink so that the carpet would not get stained.  I didn't take a picture of us but here is some new artwork for my refrigerator by them!

 Finished knitting a new dish cloth for ourselves!


I got a new book!  What else is a gardener going to do with this much snow except dream and read about gardening!  Have you been doing the same???????

14 comments:

Annie*s Granny said...

Oh, my! We've had some cold weather, but no snow at all so far this year. I think you have enough to share (but you can keep it)! Yes, I've been ordering and dreaming and even doing a little planting, just to get out of my winter hibernation mood. I didn't get the snow for my dear husband to shovel, but he did go shovel up Annie and Otto's winter poo. It was getting pretty bad!

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Oh Annie*s Granny, I usually try to keep the doggie do cleaned up so dreading the amount to do when this melts!! We are having below zero temps! Nancy

Karrie Jablonowski said...

I MAKE THOSE SAME DISHCLOTHS!! How neat. Wow that is a LOT of snow there..I can almost feel it...

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi Karrie, Isn't it fun to make those dishcloths. You can do it while you watch TV or if going on a trip in the car! We haven't seen this much snow in a long time! Nancy

Felecia Cofield said...

Oh my goodness! Nancy, that's a lot of snow! I've only seen that much here in the March storm of 93! Never since, though. It's very cold here, 10. We hardly ever experience such cold! I read a few months ago that we were going to have a really cold winter, and they were right! Burrrr....!!! Such a wonderful gardener you have! Ya'll stay warm and safe! I'm not going outside until it warms up to at least 25! Blessings from Bama!

Audrey said...

Oh My ... that is some snow. I guess the moisture will be good for the soil. We are cold (Texas) but no sleet or snow. Love those knitted dish cloths. Do you make them for sale? I have some but thought they were crochet.
Stay safe and well.
Blessings in 2014 and forever.
Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi Felecia, I haven't seen that much snow in awhile but it is the cold that is so bad too. I am staying in a lot! LOL Nancy

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi audrey, I didn't think about the moisture being good for the soil! Count my blessing huh! So far I have just given my dish cloths away. If you would like a couple I will send to you. Let me know. Nancy

the striped rose said...

I just bought The Edible Garden a few days ago. I just recently discovered the BBC show by the same name - only 6 episodes. Alys Fowler is my new favorite!

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi the striped rose, Thanks for visiting my blog. I enjoyed reading the Edible Garden, did you? Love her videos too and wish she had more. I did come across one with someone I watched. Also have her book, "Garden Anywhere" if you have not read that one. What is the BBC show? Nancy

Lisa said...

Wow! Those photos are reeeaally something! What a fantastic time to get knitting and reading done - and what a fun time with your Littles making wonderful memories together.
P S off subject - but thought your Christmas photo looked like ya'll were having such Fun!

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi Lisa, It was nice the first couple of days but now I really would like to be able to get outdoors! We did have fun at Christmas!! Nancy

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh goodness...hard to believe that it will all go away and you will be gardening again. Here it Florida, I am happy to say we survived our 2 days of winter and it's back in the 80's.

Carol

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Hi Carol, Right now it seems that gardening season will never arrive! LOL Enjoy your nice days for me! Nancy