Friday, February 16, 2018

All Change



We warmed to an incredible 77degrees yesterday, matching the highest recorded temperature on record for this date in February.
I tidied around the garden and fiddled in the potting shed, my to-do list seems endless before putting winter to rest for another season.
After a gloriously warm and sunshiny day, today it's back to rain, dark and dreary.
A cozy day to enjoy inside.
Wishing you peace, in whatever little corner of the world, you call home......


12 comments:

Louca por porcelana said...

Wonderful...Have a lovely weekend too!

The Feminine Energy said...

A cozy day inside sounds heavenly, Jo, as does puttering around outside on an unseasonably warm day. Was this picture taken this morning or last evening? I remember the poem my Mother (RIP) taught me when I was little:

Morning red and evening grey,
sends a traveler on his way.

Morning grey and evening red,
sends down rain upon his head.

:-)

Blessings~ Andrea xxx

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Andrea: that's a new poem to me, so sweet and more than likely true !
The sunset was taken last night, after our day of sunshine ...
Hugs,
~Jo

L. D. said...

We were kind of warm for two days and then it was back to being in the freezer again. I really admire that platter.

donna baker said...

Same here Jo. I got some onion sets and soil and trimmed some plants, then today, it is too cold to stay out for long. It is supposed to rain, but I'm not holding my breath. We are in a drought.

Henny Penny said...

It was like summertime here before lunch today, then the wind got up and the clouds got dark and stormy looking. Now it is turning cold. Strange weather!

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

77 -- Heavens to Betsy!
It's far from the end of winter here in Michigan.
We're in the ice phase now.

Donna OShaughnessy said...

Oh, that first photo was amazing with the evening light on the white fence. You have such an artist's eye. we had lots more snow here in central Illinois today but tomorrow and Monday it is to be in the 60's! Muddy chore time for sure.

Susie said...

Jo, Our temperatures will be high this week. Your new record high is unbelievable for Feb. I loved your beautiful photos. The sky shot is wonderful. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

Betsy Brock said...

We got to 67 that day and will reach the 70's this week. Then I'm sure we will have a cruel awakening with winter returning. haha.

Angela Gabhart said...

Beautiful skyline picture! The temps have been great in Tennessee and Kentucky. It's Heaven's way of saying "hold on...a rebirth is around the corner"!!!

Elizabeth P said...

Isn't this winter's weather just crazy?!
Hugs for now from good ole' New Hampshire...