Sunday, 10 January 2010

Warm Winter Wishes (part 2).....


Well, how is everybody??  I hope that you are all safe and warm!  Isn't it wonderful to have a proper winter??  No warm muggy wet days for us just at the moment!!  I know that it must be a pain if you are trying to get to work or get children to school, but it has been so BEAUTIFUL!!


Little Mitsy says she doesn't know what all the fuss is about.......


 
 Icicles by the front door.......


 
 My herb garden has taken a bit of a hit.....


 
 The view out of the back door...

Not as spectacular as some of the WONDERFUL photographs I have seen on some of your blogs but I literally haven't been anywhere.  It is like a skating rink out the front of the house, so I have used it as an excuse to curl up with some good books that I have been waiting to read and spent my time baking and cooking meals that will last a good few days!!

I hope that you all have what you need to keep warm and happy!

WARMEST WINTER WISHES TO YOU

Cally
x x x

8 comments:

Lyn said...

It is beautiful to look at. I would loe to snuggle up with a book but I have to fight my way through to work. You stay snug with Mitsy!
love
Lyn
xxx

Guenievre said...

Hello Cally !
Here, in Britanny, we have a lot of snow too. The countryside is beautiful. I like snow but don't like driving on the icing roads ... so as you I stay home and walk to make some shopping (little "things" to eat, lol)
Passe une bonne semaine enneigée :-))

Alison said...

Oh it's freezing isn't it! We have huge icicles too & we had some little ones hanging from our sash windows!
Thank you for your kind message about my husbands new book.
Happy New Year.
love
Alison
x

Pomona said...

I have been sitting inside all weekend knitting socks to keep my feet warm! But I had to go to work today, unfortunately!

Pomona x

SEO Los Angeles said...

Nice photos. Great post!!!

Yarrow said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I love your blog and will take a look at your Christmas one next :)

Mitsy is gorgeous, what a pretty little face she has :) Your herb garden looks like ice sculptures, gorgeous, but not too badly damaged, I hope!

re said...

It looks lovely doesn't it? But I have to say that I'm glad it is going at least it is here..

Cally's Cottage said...

Hello Guenievre! Hope the snow is not causing too much chaos- hope you manage to stay warm and well- that goes to everyone else too!!
Cally x