Letters from a Hill Farm
Oh wow! You got it!!!!Mari-Nanci
Ah, yes we did! And those cute black dogs have been running around and playing just like kids. :<)
PERFECTION!~~ Heidi ~~
What gorgeous pictures, Nan!! Wow, you certainly had a lot of snow! We haven't had any here in southern Ontario ... and everyone thinks we get a lot of snow in Canada! Thanks so much for your comments on my blog ... we enjoy many of the same authors!! Have a great weekend. ~ hugs, Lynda xo
How beautiful, Nan! We got snow over-night here in PA, but nothing as pretty as you got...I just love snow when it clings to the trees...simply beautiful!I also want to thank you for the kind words you left for me on my blog regarding the passing of our dear "Granny"...I really appreciate it!Love, Kim
I found your blog thru Amy's, and I'm so thankful to have done so.Enjoy the snow.
I am so not ready for winter!! There's talk of snow next Wednesday. It feels like fall just began. We. Must. Rake. Leaves!!Enjoy your winter wonderland. I know you like it. :)
I love the picture of the winter scene you've captured. It is beautiful!
What a beautiful picture! How lucky you are. I love your poem too!
I like the poem - reminds me of my childhood. We don't get much snow here, so it's always a surprise. It has got a bit colder and we've had frost the last few mornings, but not today. It just looks grey and damp outside. Enjoy the snow!
This poem made my heart dance. I was hooked on the first stanza. Whoopeeee!!! Such glee you stirred up.
Thank you, dear Nan, for providing me with a new picture for my computer. I was just thinking that the one you posted with the mums and the pumpkins was about to need an update. I have told you that I use your pictures as my desktop wallpaper? Thanks and enjoy. It got down to 41 here Thursday night. It will be close to 80 later today though.
Thanks, Heidi. I wish I knew who wrote it.Lynda, Thank you. We get a lot of the same weather as Quebec. Kim, you're welcome. It's snowing again today off and on, right through the sunshine.Margaret, what a nice thing to say. Thank you, and I stopped in to your blog. I'll be spending more time there. Les, we didn't rake at all this year. They'll be fine. Just call them garden nutrients. :<)Thanks, Carol. My photographs are almost all pure luck!Patrice, thank you.BooksPlease, I do love those childhood poems. Sometimes the simple little verses are just perfect. Lisa, I love what you wrote. Glee is such a good word, and I rarely hear it.
Hey Kay, you are so welcome! I am flattered that you like them that much! What a range of temps you are having.
Fantastic, wonderful snow scenes, Nan. We don't get that much snow here so I hope it's okay if I share yours. :-)
Of course, Cath! And you'll be seeing a lot more, I expect. I think that last winter readers may have gotten tired of all 'my' snow. :<)
Oh, Nan, your snow is beautiful! I'm thinking you're in New Hampshire? My son lives in Boston, but hasn't had any yet that I know of.DO NOT go back to Diane Ackerman or any book you didn't care for -- waaaaay too many fish in the sea!Jeanne :)
a wonderful poem!!! wonderful!
LOVE THE POEM AND THE LOVELY PICTURE, WISH I COULD WALK THOUGH THAT SNOW.
Now that I am a grandmother, it seems that I am often late in replying to your most-appreciated comments. But I read them as soon as they come in, and I will write as soon as I can. Please do come back and check. I love these blogging conversations. A little addendum - I've just spent quite a long time catching up with dear notes you left me months ago!! I do hope you can get back to read them. And I'm trying to be much more prompt now!Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.