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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Winter Contentment

 
Another round of storms are headed our way just as many folks are getting their utilities restored, after the last round of snow and ice disrupted service.
 *sigh*
I'm grateful to stay home, snug inside.
 
 
  

                                          
 
                                             "Home, the spot of earth supremely blest,
                                               A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest."

                                                              ~ Robert Montgomery



8 comments:

donna baker said...

Oh, Jo, it is just ghastly outside. Been raining all night and now sleet and ice then snow. I just can't bear winter. I'll be staying inside too except when I have to go back to the barn to feed the animals. I always wondered what the term mud season meant. Now, I know.

Nellie said...

I thought, "Oh, no! Not ice again!" But it seems that's what is in our forecast for tomorrow. Take care, and stay warm and safe!

Patsy said...

It is 3:00 P.M. been raining hard now sleet is falling and about to cover the ground. Hope this is last of winter snow and ice.

Susie said...

Sweet Jo, I have looked back thru your post that I have missed. You really have had nasty weather...I am so scared of ice. You lose power, and beautiful trees. Of course I always love seeing your Oliver, he is precious. Blessings to you. Please stay safe, scoot your feet if you go out.:):) That's what I do. xoxo,Susie

DJan said...

So pretty, looking through that window and being on the warm side of things. :-)

Henny Penny said...

I appreciate being home too. We have more freezing rain coming in tomorrow. Spring has just got to be here soon.

Clipped Wings said...

After the last storm and having to use a hammer and chisel to clear the 1" to 2" thick ice from my steps and sidewalk just to get to the driveway that was a skating rink...I'm definitely ready for spring. Love the picture. Very elegant in a simple way.

L. D. said...

It is a beautiful setting in front of the window.