Hi BernideenIf it makes you feel any better, the snow looks pretty on the trees and feeders.Judith
Oh, how the birds must love you for looking out for them, Bernideen! We normally get lots of snow in Michigan, but "so far" we haven't gotten much, and I'm okay with that!
Didn't measure the snow out here...because I've stayed inside for two days just going out the back door to feed the kitties out and back two steps.♥♫
Brrrrr. So glad you are feeding the birds. My little winter birds are so hungry but I'm glad they are still around.
I could imagine myself walking through all that snow to the bird feeders. Very pretty, serene and peaceful. Thank you for sharing! Hugs!
HI Bernideen! Oh how very very pretty. I'd love to have a snowy event like this! It was so warm here in OR today....almost 60 degrees and sunny. I didn't even wear a coat. today.Linda
You have a very pretty garden. Thankfully we haven't had that much snow, and it is melting quickly.
WOW!!!! YOU SURE GOT A LOT OF SNOW.....HOPE IT DIDN'T MAKE YOU TOO TIRED SHOVELING......BE CAREFUL......NO SNOW FOR US YET.......I WONDER IF IT WILL COME THIS WAY.....HAVE A NICE WEEK.......RIZZI
Hi Bernideen,thats a bad time for gardeners. But in the end, snow covers and protect the plants. We have it freezing cold without any any snow. That is not so good as it sounds. I guess, the birds are happy and your squirrels, too. Aren't they waiting in the morning for your food? "Tea time" for your fethered and furry friends! Best greetings, Johanna
Dear Bernideen,I hope that your sweet celebratorymood extends through tomorrow to mark the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens!!! The life and the joy in his words and life stories areone of our greatest gifts!Your site is precious. Thank you and warmest regards,Mary Lou
And here in Georgia the daffodils are already blooming! Mercy!
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