Tuesday, November 18, 2014

An Odd Turn Of Events

...for the middle of November.  Three inches of snow and 10 degrees tonight sounds more like January!




At least the house is toasty warm.  The furnace woes of last year are over and just in the nick of time!


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Here is a link to the auction for Karen's shawl.  http://www.burrenstainedglassart.com/Lace-Shawl.htm

You'll find some other excellent treasures there as well :-). 




13 comments:

small farm girl said...

We were lucky and didn't get all of the snow. Got a lot of rain though, and now it's turned to ice on the roads. Fun. Stay warm!

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Despite the horror of the cold all the coloured leaves are gorgeous! Great shot.

Sandra Morris said...

Beautiful photos, even though I am not fond of snow in November!

karen said...

how lucky you are to have snow, I wouldn't mind one flake or two up here :)

Karen Battersby said...

sNOOOOOOOOw!

Henny Penny said...

Snow mixed with fall colored leaves! I am not ready for all this cold windy weather! Not yet!

I'm gonna tell Mom! said...

Too cold, too soon. I am not mentally or emotionally prepared!
kim

Tammy said...

Same here. Bitterly cold and 4" of snow. Neither myself or the critters are ready for this!

Tammy

Far Side of Fifty said...

Your leaves are down right pretty in that snow...enjoy:) I hope your friend makes a bundle to donate in memory of her friend Lois:)

Michaele said...

Pretty leaves in the snow. It helps to find the beauty in the cold. Might as well right?

Terry said...

That's exactly what I thought about our weather - it's more like January than November.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Think I will just stay in California, stay warm.

Michelle said...

Crazy to be having this weather in Kentucky!

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