To be sure, I'm not really shivering, and me timber is just fine. I am happy to repot that after such a busy schedule, things should be returning to normal finally. Light at the end of the tunnel after this week, with a huge visit from our companies creative director. Now, the weather could be a fly in the ointment. But I really don't care. I still have not given up the Snow Queen will not hit us with a huge storm. I have told her these plidy little snows are not up to snuff, and just will not do! Now today, into tonight we are suppose to get 5-10" . Now that's a little more of what I'm talking about. I love summer the best, but when I'm in my hibernation period, I do enjoy winter as I don't go out, and the snow is very pretty and very calming...as it just quiets the earth of any noise. And I love a good walk in it. Since I was off Friday, I went to see my good friend Doug, who I have been sitting for in the nude for his art portraits for a upcoming exhibit here. He is almost done and showed me several of the finished ones. They turned out very cool. After... I took a nice walk through town after our last two measly snows at weeks end...but still very beautiful.
The view early in the morning at my friend Doug's place. He lives right on the Delaware River. This is looking toward New Jersey. Getting snowed in at his place would be a blast.
This is the Benjamin Parry House, and dates back to 1787.
The waterfall at the playhouse is always a nice sound.
Mrs. Squirrel was looking extra dapper at Love Saves the Day...one of many whacky shops we have here.
Love Saves the Day mannequin grave yard...I call it.
I then walked through the cemetery on the way home. The opening picture is the memorial tower. It was quite pretty to hear the chimes at the top playing.
I then got home to enjoy a few of the usual suspects dinning and a few of the grouse where running around the courtyard.
They seem to love the berries and nut mixture. Have I mentioned that my seed budget is going through the roof this season?
Now I'm sitting here, getting ready to have a talk with the snow queen.