Letters from a Hill Farm
Ahhh yes. What a difference a day makes. :-)I love it, that you are combining your regular blog, with a photo a day. It does seem more wise, than the way I do it. With one reg. blog and 2 photo blogs. -sigh-But, the Photos-City-Mine one is different, in that it's not always on my property. It's supposed to be shots around my city. So it has a specific purpose. Oh well, it's too late for me to change now anyway. Just applauding you on your foresight. Mari-Nanci
Not foresight, really, Mari-Nanci. I just never thought of any other way to do it. I figure photos, books, dogs, etc. are all part of my life. I am actually going to write more about this subject on my year blog birthday later this month.
Oh Nan! Is this for real? Do you really have this fairytale like white blanket around you? I want to come sit in your kitchen by your warm woodstove and share thoughts over a cup of tea looking out at this beauty!~~ Heidi ~~
Wow. I'm just in awe of your snowfall. It just makes me want to curl up by your stove with a book.
Wouldn't that be so much fun, to have both Heidi and Tara sitting around in the kitchen!
I don't know why this shocks me, but it does!!! I can't believe you have snow already! We have barely started wearing winter coats here in Chicago. It looks pretty!!!!
Laura, I went back in photos and saw other snows. 2002, we had snow by Nov 3;2003, we had it by October 25; 2005's first snow was October 26; and the first snow in 2006 was October 30; So, this year is really a bit later than some years. I wish I were the type of person who had kept a weather journal for all my adult life. I'd love to go back and check these things. But I'm happy I at least have pictures.
I LOVE THE PICTURE. WE DON'T GET MUCH SNOW AT ALL HERE.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! I'm so grateful for your notes.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.