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Sunday, January 9, 2011

You're welcome to.....

~Come on over and have a seat.































I'll make us something hot to drink.~








{If you dare.}
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33 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Love it! We actually had big snowflakes falling here in NE Texas just a minute ago! But it's already turned back to rain, so no pretty accumulation like on your patio chairs!

Love that rock wall - is that part of your house or is it part of a fence?

Pat Tillett said...

Brrr!!!
A world I know nothing about!
Stay warm...

Dawn said...

texwisgirl: Would you like to have some of my pretty accumulation?:)) That's my chimney!

Pat: And one you would not WANT to know right now.

Lynne H. said...

Oh my..It's sunny and brezzy warm here in Florida..

Mmm, hot chocolate does sound nice. Stay warm!!!

texwisgirl said...

No, I'll pass on the accumulation for today. Hubby has to catch a flight out tomorrow and my niece from Wisconsin is flying in, so I'd rather not have any travel problems for any of us! :) Your chimney is very pretty!

Deb said...

glad its there..we have snow falling right now here in Texas..hopefully it will leave soon...

Rural Revival said...

Oh I'd dare...just to play in that much snow would be heavenly!

~Andrea~

bon bon said...

just let me get my "snow pants" on first. ;o)

Nancy said...

Snowing here too, Dawn. Not a bad storm, just will be with us for a few days.

I'd love to come and sit for a few minutes and drink some cocoa. Sounds lovely. :)

Hope said...

well...as much as I would love to have tea with you, i'm afraid I will have to pass on that one for even if I wanted to I still wouldn't be able to drive on the snow drifted roads. :( so...have a cup for me, my dear!
Keep warm!

Tracy said...

Ahhh, how about I take a raincheck on the seat? but I would like some tea if you please!

Barbie said...

I'll be there in a jiffy :)

John McElveen said...

Dawn-- We are looking at about 1-3 inches of Snow, Ice and Freezing rain. It is the latter that is so dangerous here, with the Power outages from limbs falling and power lines snapping!

We have been through several over the years- and as a Paramedic- I keep us pretty well supplied and ready for emergencies. We once had an entire Week without power. People died, and babies were born on a grid-locked Interstate!

That being said--Do you mind if I pass on the SEAT right now? But--and that's a BIG BUTT- or is that- Butte????!!!!

this Spring- looking at your view--I will be the obnoxious in-law that shoes up, eats all your food and leaves!!!

LOL!

Great post Gal,

Hugs from an almost wintry SC- (starting after Midnight tonight!)

PS: You take AWESOME PICS!!!!

John

Farm Girl said...

It looks so cold, I bet it would take lots of hot cocoa to warm me up.
I always enjoy your pictures.

Out on the prairie said...

I would take you up, but need a broom. Warm drinks out in the cold are nice. I have been tending a fire outside with a bunch of wood I am tearing out of my basement, grab a stick for marshmallows.It has warmed to 10 now.

Alli said...

I'm glad we're taking a break from snow here..... Although I've been drinking a daily dose of coffee to keep me warm regardless.

Carmi said...

Looks just like my neck of the woods. How Canadian of us, eh?

I just got back inside from doing a radio interview from the inside of my parked car. I was chatting with Toronto's CFRB, and as I often do, I head out to the "studio in the driveway" to avoid the potential for a barking dog or loud munchkin.

Bad move today, as it had been snowing for much of the past 24 hours, and the temp was going into freefall. I froze my fingers - had my netbook with me just in case, so gloves were out - and in the end had to consciously try to avoid sounding cold.

I love this country! Scenes like yours just prove it.

sage said...

Clean me off a seat, eh?

Country Mouse Studio said...

wait til I put on my snowsuit :O)

Leah J. Utas said...

As long as it's out of the wind.

darlin said...

It appears you're getting the same snow there, this is getting to be way to much snow for my liking! I LOVE your chimney, did you do that or buy it like this? Either way it's beautiful!

Cat said...

I'm in!

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floweringmama said...

Wow! I haven't seen accumulations like that since I was a little girl (many years ago!) and that was a fluke. We're supposed to get an inch or two tomorrow and that's dangerous for these parts. The schools close, businesses close and people drive like maniacs!

Hi Kooky said...

Yikes! But what fun!

Aimee said...

Awesome pics! It has been snowing all day here and is supposed to snow a ton more tonight!

Farmchick said...

Can't I just come inside?!

Jayne said...

Looks like our deck this morning! We have 6"+ on the ground with more expected today. It's the most snow we've seen since the blizzard of 1993. We just don't get this down here in Georgia. :c)

Judy said...

I'll be there :) I love your chimney!

Val said...

Thanks for the offer....I will be right there!! ; )

Randy said...

I'll bring the rubber pants!

Hilary said...

That's one soft.. and cold cushion. Beautiful though.

Allison said...

I love this picture... and I definately dare sit there! Add a touch of cinnamon and I'll be right over!

Pam said...

Move over.. I'll be right there and have a cup of anything hot and enjoy the wintery view.
Nice shot, Dawn.

Hugs,
Pam