Monday, December 12, 2011

We have snow ... and mistletoe.. and,,, la la la...

.................oh....it's not mistletoe? .... alright then....it's Hawthorn berries..... but we do have snow!















... and blue skies and brilliant sunshine..... what a glorious day....



















looking out the kitchen window yesterday...













my arm is still not up to shoveling...so I just took pics..... hey....this is not so bad.....it's usually me on the end of that shovel.  I may be able to get used to this.....NOT !!.... I love shoveling!












Pink Ribbon Grass.. in winter turns a soft golden shade.  I never cut it back til spring because I think gardens can still be pretty to see in the snowy yard.















The neighbour's Mountain Ash.  The birds seem to save these berries til last... well, I think they do anyway.















AND....for a day that is snowy and cold....what better thing to do than.... make soup.  Oh, of course and all the Christmas baking etc...but, what really matters is something tasty for supper, right?  Check my other blog for this soup...


7 comments:

Maria said...

The snow looks so beautiful. I do miss it so. Great photography.
Sorry to hear that your elbow still hurts ... I do hope you get relief soon, with the physio. Hugs

Maa said...

Waa ....I'm so jealous, you have snow and I'm still waiting for a miracle. I think I'm just going to have to save hard and come visit you one Christmas. Hope that elbow heals soon. Hugs Maa.

Sandy said...

Love the banner and oh those wonderful snowy photos, so beautiful....and so glad they are in your neighborhood and not mine, ha. i love looking at photos of snow. I just don't want to live in it.

and now off to check your soup recipe...

and yes, I'm doing much better, thanks.

Mary Ann said...

No snow here which is a good thing because I hate wearing boots. That soup looks very good:)

Catherine said...

Boooooo snow! Blah! We were in Medicine Hat this weekend. It was plus 8. It snowed here today but not very much. I am still hoping for a brown Christmas! ;)
xo Catherine

Shashi Nayagam said...

Oh how beautiful everything looks. Those berries look pretty enough to eat. The weather here has been very windy cold and rainy.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

keep the snow there :p send the blue skies tho, pretty damn grey here :/