Saturday, February 2, 2013

Scarves, Snow, Sipping, and Stitching


Before I ran some errands, I got this far on the scarf I'm making.
I'm glad it's stitching up fast!  I've got cross stitching in the frames on the ready.

And when I left at midday, it was 44 degrees.  By an hour later, it started snowing hard. 
The biggest snowflakes.........gorgeous.
I totally missed that forecast.




Our "vegan snowman". Yup, a recycled fern plant. :0






5 more hours of this stuff. May accumulate to 4 inches in the mountains!
Can't wait until the morning to see the rest.

Sipping on my hot chocolate now by the wood stove with Abbie in my lap.
She is a laphugger for sure!!!

Here she is today as Mr. Darcy and I were watching the big snowflakes out the window.


Stay warm,
Jennifer

6 comments:

  1. Looking at that makes me cold!:)
    We were in the middle 60's here in AR today, but getting colder this evening. Scarf is looking great!
    Stay warm!

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  2. Your scarf is looking great.

    That snow is lovely! We haven't had such pretty snow yet this year, just lots of yucky stuff. lol!

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  3. The snow looks beautiful. I'd guess my parents little cabin in Blairsville is getting snow too. I'm sure you're quite cozy - a little knitting and hot chocolate sounds divine!

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  4. I am so jealous. We are in w. central Ga. and had sunshine today. Should have planned a trip to N, Ga. Enjoy the beautiful snow.
    Angela

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  5. What gorgeous yarn! It is looking great. Enjoy your snow!

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  6. Great progress on your scarf. I'm sure you were glad of your wood stove to stay warm and were only looking out at the snowflakes.

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