Friday, January 20, 2012

FROST FOR THE TEA CAKES



No LAWN TEA in the immediate future, unless you like REAL FROST-ing on your Tea Cakes!!

This is the view way out back to the poor, denuded arbor---with the only green a hardy yucca which catches you unaware in Summer when you head for the herbs around the corner.   That thing came with the house (along with one Hosta, seven tulips---still coming up these fifteen years later---but barely blooming, lots of trees and bushes, and the Luck-bush).

We're headed out to pick up Sweetpea at school, and then for a late lunch, thence back home to transfer Christmas Canary to his new smaller home, which will fit upstairs so he can have lots of sunshine.    (When).    (If).

Stay well and warm, my Dearies---we're off to be the Wizard!


6 comments:

Patsy said...

Give Sweetpea a hug for me Mrs. Wiz.

Denise :) said...

Have a fun afternoon ... you've got a real winter wonderland! :)

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello:
Gosh, that is a wintry scene,and how wonderfully magical it all looks. No snow here yet, just lots of fog, rain and wind. Can we swap?!!

Jeanne said...

Good morning Rachel, A day late but life has been busy here with company for the past two weeks. Lots of playing and no time for my dear friends.

The snow looks lovely, all clean and white. We still have had very little of the white stuff. Today is in the 60's. Very unusual.

Have a wonderful time with your darling Sweetpea. We are very happy that our daughter and family will be here soon for a bit of skiing and a lot of loving hugs. Smile.
Hugs to you today,
Jeanne

racheld said...

I THINK IT'S FIXED!!! Thanks to my dear friend at Paint Or Dig, the comments have now been set at "full page" and I CAN SEE THEM!

They no longer shimmer for an instant, then disappear to white page.

Oh, Wow.

Thank you ALLLL for being so faithful and persistent when the going was so hard.

rachel

Kim Shook said...

Ohhhh, snow! We haven't had the first flake! We are a snow-loving family here. When we see snow (outside, on the TV, where ever) we start singing the Snow song from White Christmas! Beautiful, my dear!