Whether the Weather Weekend
This weekend was a snowy weekend. I was in my happy place! Saturday I awoke to snow and in the morning, Frodo and I captured the beauty of the day. The weather people predicted cold but really it wasn't cold like before.
We puttered about at home, in the afternoon we had a drive and my husband did a bit of record shopping. I patiently patiently tried to not be bored out of my mind. I didn't whine once. I did have the option to go to a yarn store, but see, I'm in the "don't spend money unnecessarily" mood. Every January I get like that.
Sunday was church and unexpected snow flurries, well unexpected to me. I caught up on the chores--laundry, cleaning, shredding papers (phew). I listened to a few podcasts while knitting, then unfortunately I found a mistake and had to unknit two rows. Knitting is more fun than unknitting. But I'm glad I found the mistake!!
This morning I'm dreaming of blueberry muffins that are about to be baked-yum!
how was your weekend?
Beautiful pictures! Blueberry muffins sound really good, makes me want to bake. :-)ReplyDelete
I want to come for a visit! How wonderful that you got snow!!!ReplyDelete
Wow it all looks so beautiful, I really miss the snow. It makes everything look so magical. Your muffins sound scrumptious, perfect snack for a snowy day.ReplyDelete
We woke to a bit of snow on Saturday as well. Made everything outside my window look clean and beautiful. Beautiful pictures!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful pictures. I often wish we had an occasional snowy day but not so in our part of Arizona. Fresh fallen snow makes the world look so clean and pure. Those muffins sound great. Have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
You are lucky it's snowing- it just stopped here for no reason- so weird- we want to go skiing!ReplyDelete
Blueberry muffins and knitting...amen!
oh the snow! so very beautiful. i bet this snowy weekend filled you with peace - so lovely.ReplyDelete
We are getting some of that white stuff tomorrow night. I wouldn't mind it so much if it weren't going to be crazy cold. I had a wonderful weekend away with my fiber friends and can't wait to do it again!ReplyDelete
I *love* your photos! You weekend sounds a lot like mine! We had snow, went record shopping (my son collects old records, and I then I did some knitting and un-knitting. : )ReplyDelete
Yay, you got some snow, enjoy! I agree knitting is way more fun than unknitting :)ReplyDelete
I hate unknitting! Most of the time I don't do it knowing that I'm the only one who will know where the mistake is.ReplyDelete
Your snow pictures are beautiful. It was actually warm and sunny here in Texas.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos!! I want snow!!ReplyDelete
it really IS still winter, isn't it? (we had another teaser day in the upper 50s.....that just makes the cold snaps feel even colder!!!) beautiful pictures.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, Karen.ReplyDelete
Your post title is almost a tongue twister. I've never been in the snow.. your photos look glorious but I dont really like the cold. I imagine that once in my life time i will experience snow but will wait and see... in the meantime I can live vicariously through the lense of others!ReplyDelete
Lovely snow photos, Karen. Another cold blast is heading through... I hope not as cold as the last! blessings ~ tannaReplyDelete
After that polar vortex, even 20˚ feels positively balmy... although Bebe doesn't think so. She's in and out in a flash these days. Your photos are beautiful. They really capture the essence of deep mid-winter.ReplyDelete
I love how peaceful your snow pictures are.ReplyDelete
Your snowy images are so perfect. I love the newly fallen snow that came yesterday/last night. SO fresh. My weekend was indoors and wonderful. I did make it out once very early in the a.m. and the light was beautiful but I didn t take pictures...ReplyDelete