Friday, February 27, 2009

A Touch Of Frost!

Yesterday everything was covered with a layer of frost so I went for an early walk with my camera. We are getting a few mild days where the snow will start to melt but more snow for Sunday but,never fear spring is on the way!
Anyway,this is life on P.E.I. an when spring and summer do arrive we appreciate it all the more for the wait. I do enjoy winter but sometimes it drags on a little too long. A friend called and said they are going south for a month -now that's a smart plan!
Hope you all have a great weekend!


Chari said...

Good Morning Carolyn...

Ohhh noooo...more snow, huh? We have actually been having beautiful Spring-like weather here in the 50's & 60's but today that has all come to an end! A little front has come in and we are supposed to get more snow also! Your photos are gorgeous...I love snow photos!

Girl, your lunch looks yummy! What a pretty quilt, I love that color and you're right about it going so well with your little teapot which is simply darling! Love your pretty angel and the lady just have the prettiest things, my friend!

Stay warm, Girlfriend!

Melissa Wertz said...

Carolyn, since we do not get any snow to speak of (just rumors of snow) and we do occasionally get some frost, DD pretends that the frost is snow. She did once ask me if snow looked like frost.

I am going to have to take the child north one day....

salmagundi said...

Such beautiful pictures! It is hard to imagine - when I was in PEI last May, it was so green and lush!! Sally

LdyDy Loves Cake said...

Aaaah wow...I guess you still are in snow!! Beautiful! Stop on by for a little something on my 2/24 friends post! Stay warm and cozy!!

Jojo said...

I have watched and read your many posts about snow and finally we have a snowy forecast! The daffodils here are in full bloom and it is predicted that we will have 2-4 inches of snow. Very strange for Atlanta Georgia in March.

Roses at Wedgwood House and Gardens said...

Hi Carolyn,
I am not sure how else to contact you but through this last entry in your blog. Your blog is wonderful. (from what I see, and I look forward to going back and reading more). I am so glad I found it by way of you listing on my own blog and it is a priviledge to be here. I would like to think we have a lot in common, but you excell far beyond that from what I see here. I am new to blogging and feel I have a lot up my sleeve, so I know I am going to enjoy it immensely. Lovely to meet new people this way. The material you write about and your pictures are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing so much.

Lynn said...

Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures. It's always such a treat to read your blog. You've even managed to make the cold look lovely and appealing.

Jojo said...

Carolyn, We did get snow and it is still on the ground!!!! It was so beautiful to watch it snow throughout the day.

It has been so moving to be a part of the Rosie organization. So many of the women I meet are in their early 90's and many of their stories are incredible. I am so glad to be able to hear their stories and be a part of helping to preserve the stories. Sounds like you have an opportunity to record history by recording your mom's stories.

PEA said...

Good morning Carolyn:-)

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely gave me the chance to come over and discover your own blog! I have been oohing and aahing over your beautiful home and garden, what an enchanting way you have of decorating!!

I would so love to visit PEI one day. My eldest son Shawn & his wife Wendy went a couple of years ago (that's their pictures I posted on my post this morning) and absolutely loved it.

I've added you to my Bloglines and will definitely come and visit you again:-) xox

桂綸鎂Diana said...

I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.