Monday, February 15, 2010

THIS n THAT

THIS continues to thrill me. It was about -8* THAT is kinda cold. I love the beaded effect of the frost on the window. THIS sweet heart is one of my nieces who came over for a crocheting lesson. I'm sure I've mentioned how much I love to do handwork with kids, THAT is something that brings great joy to my heart. I can't get enough of THIS...by now you've guessed THAT!
THIS is the decorations from a Valentines Dinner that Jon and I went to at our Church. THAT AmAzING cake was made by my sister in law Kaye!! While there I met up with my very dear friend Barb who I've mentioned before, we exchanged birthday gifts, THIS-click here-its a must see, was one of the things that she gifted me...I love THAT lady.
THIS is frost on Willy's window at -15* ...THAT's cold!!

8 comments:

Barb said...

That frost is beautiful. The one looks exactly like a pine tree! I don't know that I should be jealous of frosty windows--my house has a lot of air circulation ;) And that little student in crochet class...now she is BEAUTIFUL! You're a good auntie she'll always remember. I just read a blog of a woman reminiscing about being taught to knit when she was young.

Dandelionmom said...

Chubby fingers crocheting! perfect! Lovely frost too--I admit to washing it off so I can see the new pattern the next day! heehee Fifteen below? pashaw! tain't nuthin!

Cowgirl Goods said...

Those frost photos are amazing! Love the new look of your blog too and that cake, ohhh that cake.;)

Tami said...

Barb gave you the circle quilt for your birthday? I know, I know I'm not supposed to be jealous. But am feeling pangs. . . It is so beautiful, and couldn't be gifted to a better recipient.
I love your posts, so clever in your wording and pictures.

StitchinByTheLake said...

I've never seen frost like that - what a treat to have the beauty on your windows! blessings, marlene

DayPhoto said...

I'm tired of that look. I'll let you keep it. I want spring....Now!!! But I guess a temper tanturam won't bring it now will it?

Linda
http://coloradofarmlifelwordpress.com

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

I love the way your windows look! Blessings,Kathleen

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

thanks for stopping by farmhouse...love the frosty windows...saw how you want chickens..ME TOO ! I did a post on that a while back...GRIT magazine had a whole issue on backyard chickens...i am STILL hoping....

your blog is beautiful...love how you want to pound a sign in the front yard and make a break for the woods to roost...so cute...

i'll be back soon...

fondly,
kary
xxx