Weekends


Well will you look at that.....it has snowed once again.  Unpredicted by the experts!  Rain forecast quickly turned into a sleet forecast followed by snow, accumulating snow.  All happening in a span of an afternoon and evening.

My weekend was quiet and relaxing.  We ate through the week's left overs so I did not cook one meal-always a plus when you are just a couple.

There was:

-reading-books and online articles
-no walks because of the rainy (ahem and snowy) weather
-knitting with friends and catching up
-finishing two journals and cracking open new ones-heavenly!!
-daydreaming of projects to be.....still mulling over the possibilities



How was your weekend?

Joining Amanda

Comments

  1. Snow!!!! My rain from Friday night must be your snow. Can I admit to being a wee bit envious?

    I have a long list of projects for knitting, the home and the garden that I want to complete, but I have a feeling if I can just complete half that will be an accomplishment.

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  2. Wow, and it was like spring here yesterday. Sounds like a lovely weekend. I love cracking open a new journal.

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  3. Great pictures...you have had enough snow now - it's time for some spring! Hope it finds your way to you soon. I always love a weekend when I get time to read and journal. Have a great week!

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  4. snow??!! Yikes! I had a fire in the fireplace one day, but thankfully no snow (which usually means ice in our neck of the woods)---i think that part of winter is over here. We actually now have daffodils blooming! (of course, this means---YARDWORK. I think that's why I love winter so much!!!!)

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  5. We had a lot of rain on Saturday, but luckily it did not turn into snow. It was a very windy and chilly day, and after being in the yard for several hours I was chilled to the bone. Yesterday was much better and the time outside was very enjoyable.

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  6. snow? again? wow. what a winter for you!!

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  7. It looks like you had a wonderfully creative and peaceful weekend!

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  8. Woq more snow...spring has definitely arrived here this weekend. Yours has been a long winter but plenty of good knitting weather...sounds lovely. I suppose I should go and dig the garden now.

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  9. Sounds perfectly lovely! and you cracked open new journals?! LOVE! I am close...a few more pages. Then I will share in that joy of fresh paper and the first jottings! Have a wonderful week :) paula

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  10. sounds like the perfect weather to snuggle up and write in your journal! yay for new journals :)

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  11. We had hail, sleet, snow, rain, snow.... all in the span of hours! Today the sun is shining and it is blue. A bit windy.....
    I love new journals, pads of paper, pens.... ahhhh...

    Linda in VA

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  12. We had torrential rain, then sleet, then hail and then great big snowflakes. Woke up to a layer of slush - but sunny skies and warmer temps!

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  13. I'm reading too weekend was sisterly

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  14. Just rain here, but the sun's out now, thanks goodness, which should help the search efforts up north. Our weekend was good; got our grandparent "fix" and then sang in a choir concert yesterday afternoon that was quite well attended.

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  15. Karen, more snow! Oh no! Hoping that sunny days will visit you soon!

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  16. More snow! It's the winter that just won't quit! Glad you enjoyed the weekend, though:) Ours was lovely, mostly spent working on projects at home, though we did go out for dinner. Trying to make the most of the opportunity!

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