Letters from a Hill Farm
What a beautiful scene!
What a lovely show of snow! Happy Thanksliving!
Thank you! And thanks for stopping by. I'm sorry to see your blog isn't going anymore. It has a lovely title.
It's beautiful to look at - but I am glad there is no snow here yet :-)
I'm happy to see snow most anytime! As long as my kiddos don't have to drive anywhere, that is.
Lovely picture. Our weather can't make up it's mind between freezing one day and 75 the next!Ann
Lovely, Nan. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving.
Yes, thank you.
Lovely photographs, both the header and the snow scene, I do so love your house. Wasn't Over the River and Through the Wood a poem or a song…it sounds familiar. Hope you are all really well.
Yes it is a poem, and I posted it. Wait, I'll find you the link: http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2007/11/todays-poem-by-lydia-maria-child.html
I love the pic, but your new header is amazing.
Oh, this reminds me of when my mother's family would gather at my grandmother's house in Vermont for Thanksgiving. It would usually snow at some point and we would go on walks where it was just absolute silence.
Perfect. Perfect. Such good memories for you.
"......for I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep" - it reminded me of Robert Frost. so thank you Nan.
You are so welcome.
I thought of Robert Frost as well... It's a beautiful picture Nan.
Oh, that's great!
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