My scootin' life and awesome adventures riding the back roads of southern Ohio.
Ohhhh so pretty. I always love the way snow looks day or night, especially when I don't have to shovel it or drive in it.I like your idea of hot chocolate, old movies and book. Sounds perfect. Enjoy!
Me too! Here in the burbs the maintenance guy does the shoveling! Whoopee!
How pretty! I forgot to wish you your first Merry Christmas in your new digs! So I will now wish you a Happy New Year in your new digs!
Thanks! It's merry enough, in it's "little way"! LOLTiny Christmas tree, tiny wreath, tiny Christmas cookies...you get it!
I admit, I do appreciate the sound insulation of freshly falling snow and how it provides a quiet hush over the hustle and bustle of daily life. Thank you for the photos.Happy New Year!
Back at ya!It IS quiet, isn't it? Wonder how that happens...
Beautiful pictures Deb! The quiet is the only thing I like about snow.
I grew up in Western PA before moving to the Carolina's and later Florida. While beautiful, I can honestly say I don't miss it at all.
The only reason I am willing to endure winter is for the absolute joyful insanity of spring! Nothing like it for me!For years I thought I wanted to live in Florida but the horribly hot summers would drive me indoors just like the winter cold does here. Plus, I hate BIG BUGS! LOL
Happy New Year and I'm glad someone got the snow that missed us here :)Oh my, I love the snowing. The snow that is the result...that I get tired of real quick. But, isn't the snowing marvelous?~Keith
Shore is purtty when it's a comin' down, if that's whatcha mean! :=)