Monday, December 27, 2010

A white Christmas


Look what was outside my door on Christmas morning!  We had a
lovely white Christmas, filled with fun, food and great gifts. 


"This one has my name on it!"


"Look what I got.  It said on the tag 'one size fits all'!
Do you think I fit?"

"Unwrapping presents is exhausting work!"


This scene greeted me outside my kitchen window this morning.


 Another scene just to the left of the one above.  Cold, but beautiful!


The sun came out in the afternoon and the heavy frost soon melted 
away.  It was beautiful while it lasted.  


Thankfully the highways in the area remained clear for holiday travels.

Hope your Christmas was wonderful, too.  See you in a few days!

Until next time...

8 comments:

  1. Hi There, Glad you had a White Christmas also. Your pictures are beautiful. Love seeing the kitty also enjoying Christmas!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. Alas, we had not white Christmas. We had a "getting white" December 26. Your photos are beautiful.

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  3. Cheryl your header is spectacular! Last shot too! And I love seeing Stormy :) So many kitties on the blogs I am visiting this morning. I know CH and I are going to break down sooner or later and have another kitty in the house! Stormy under the tree is so cute and in the new bed! Better than in the middle of the tree! What a fine kitteh!

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  4. Beautiful pristine snow against blue skies...it doesn't get any better than that. Wonderful pictures! You have a gorgeous kitty cat, too. I see s/he (?) loves paper like all good kitties do.

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  5. Beautiful pictures!! I missed my photo op yesterday with the frozen fog/frost. Yours are gorgeous! I love that kitty too :) -Tammy

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  6. I found you through The Simple LIfe and so glad I did. Your blog is beautiful. Love your winter photos and looking forward to reading more :)
    Amy at Verde Farm

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  7. What a beautiful Post and such a nice Blog I will know go and pop around your past Posts. Happy New Year, Diane

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