Weekends


Weekends are for memory making, 
relaxing and enjoying quiet moments of our days.  
If you would like, please share your weekend moments
in the comment section with a link to your blog.


Good morning!  How was your weekend?  Full of snow perhaps?  Mine was delightfully snow filled and a big old fashioned nor'easter is heading our way.   I am not ready.  Usually everyone in my town shops for milk, eggs and bread.  I need to get going on that!


On Saturday morning, our son headed back to his apartment and I did the mad dash of cleaning the house for phase two of family visitors.  We attended Saturday night Mass and had a quick 'get your own' dinner once home.


Sunday morning was lots of laundry and making sushi (yum) for a packed dinner for my husband who drove to the airport to pick up our daughter!  They arrived around nine p.m.

I witnessed some incredible sunrises over the weekend and I wish I could capture the beauty as I see it.  The deer have been huddled on the wood's edge and maybe I'll get a photo of them as well!

In other news, I'm working from a new laptop and I'm loving it so far.  The learning curve is not as big as I thought it would be.


How was your weekend?

Comments

  1. wow....family...new toys....AND snow!!! you hit the trifecta!!!

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  2. You did have a full weekend of wonderful visitors! Hope you get your storm supply groceries without too much craziness at the grocery store. I'm thinking we don't really need a huge storm to remind your daughter what east coast snow is like, do we? I'm glad you'll at least be snowed in with good company. :-)

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  3. The colors in that last shot!

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  4. You have a lovely view. I'm glad you are getting to spend some time with the kids. It sounds like it's going to be quite the storm for all of us tomorrow!

    http://knit1spin2.blogspot.com/2017/03/weekending.html

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  5. Your pictures are beautiful, Karen. We had snow, too! Loved it...made our anniversary celebration get away even more romantic! :) Yay for your daughter's visit with you! I know you will love that! Have a wonderful week.

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  6. Your snow and sun light photos are just beautiful. We too have snow, but only a few inches. I love your phase on and two of guests! Hope you have fun with your daughter. I spied some nice yarn on that table, lady!

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  7. Your photos are beautiful--I love that last pic of the sunrise. I'm so glad your daughter has come for a visit--and just in time to snuggle in for a snowstorm! Does she knit? I see new yarn on your coffee table. :)

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  8. We got our yard working equipment ready to go but not a whole lot else. Here's my link:
    http://deborahnhamilton.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-weekend.html

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  9. Have a wonderful time with your daughter! My daughter visited us this weekend. She and I went to see The Sound of Music at a theater in Waterbury, it was wonderful. We spent a lot of time just catching up. The weekend went by too quickly! Hope you were able to stock up for the blizzard! I am all set and can hardly wait for the snow to begin.

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  10. snow and a daughter visiting sounds delightful. (especially if there is milk in the fridge and coffee/tea and wine in the pantry) - hope it all worked out wonderfully for you!

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  11. You sure know how to entertain. Lovely photos and glad the laptop is working out for you.

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  12. new tech is always exciting.. glad you like it.
    that is a beautiful sunset..
    we are ready for the snow.. well as ready as one can be.

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  13. I hope that the weather is being kind to you!

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  14. OH THAT SUNSET!!! Beautiful! Enjoy the time with your daughter AND with the snow! How much did you finally get?

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  15. Is it still snowing? We spent the weekend finally doing laundry after the water heater was replace on Saturday afternoon. (We had a very wet welcome home: rain and a broken water heater) Also visited the GK and sang on Sunday. Loved your photos as always!

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  16. Once you get familiar with your laptop, you won't know how you survived without it. I'd never go back to a laptop.
    Enjoy your time with your daughter. And I hope you don't get too much snow!

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  17. Enjoy that new computer! Mine is so slow and it drives me bonkers. I guess it beats smoke signals.

    How many snow men have you built so far today???

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