Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Merry Christmas Vicki!
Happy Christmas, Vicki! I hope you and your family are enjoying the day.
That´s beautiful, Merry Christmas!
Just a cosy homeunder a mantel of snowA peaceful shelter
Merry Christmas back to you, and your family. Santa brought us a snowblower. The driveway is cleared. Do you need any snow blown? kath
Merry Christmas to you and the family!
Happy Holidays! That looks like we usually do up here in Maine, but not this year ... yet. :-) Enjoy!
Merry Christmas to you and yours, Vicki. That snow could be ours here in MN. I am half way through "..Small Things" Loving the dialect and the descriptives and characters; RedBird's about to come ot as a dancer and I feel an ill wind.....
Thank you and a very Merry Christmas to you and your family and friends, I hope you are having a wonderful day with much love and laughter.
Wow Vicki was that today!Merry Christmas!!
Ahhh! It was a lovely Christmas -- though not what we'd planned. All day snow (4 inches and counting) kept our guests away but Claui made it safely back from SC (four hours for what is normally a two hour drive) and we had a quiet day with lots of Prosecco and good food.I hope all of you fared as well!Thanks you for the haiku, Miss Yves! If only I could respond in French...Pat in MN -- so glad you're enjoying Day of Small Things! That was an old picture, Gayle, but it's about what it looked like today.And to all a goodnight!
Your home looks so cozy. Just the place to finish your manuscript after the holidays. We've spent the week alone, but now that it is over, the tree will come down, and all will return to normal - two people, still alone, but not feeling so lonely.
Oh my, what a gorgeous photo - the bright red cardinal in that vast snowy landscape is amazing. Such a scene of winter's splendor!
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