I live in my own little bubble and forget half of the world is headed into fall and winter. I hope King Winter brings you lots of snow; he was very busy here not long ago!
Hi TammyYes, its cold here now. The fires are lit everyday now and the stews and soups are a regular. Something cosy going on..I hope we do get snow. Three winters ago was the first time I had ever seen snow. I think I jumped higher and squeeled louder than the kids! Its very rare that we get, so its always on the kids Winter wish list.Loving reading your blog . Stay well my friendRegardsSuzanne
Oh, I really do hope King Winter brings snow for you, then!!! That would be wonderful. :)Last night was the first night we were able to leave the windows open because it was warm enough. lol.
Hi TammyNow on our side of the world, leave your window open at night and you get bombarded by mosquitos! Enjoy, enjoy your Summer!
Lovely Suzanne. Enjoy your cozy fires and stews and soups. I love spinning or knitting by a warm fire.
What a beautiful nature table, hoping your wish of snow comes true! We are enjoying Spring in my neck of the woods : )
Hi KellyI have my knitting bag and knitted blanket awaiting me next to the fire. All thats missing is a candle....and of course Pa.Have a lovely day
Thank you for visiting gardenmama. Yes, I have been viewing all the lovely Spring photo's from your side of the world. I wish you a happy Spring.We do have our toes and fingers crossed for snow.Warm regardsSuzanne
Gorgeous winter table. I'm with Tammy...I was startled to see the winter table because I'm in my own little bubble as well. I hope you get snow and a beautiful winter!
Hi joyI visited your blog tonight. Its so nice to click onto a blog you are drawn too and find a lovely like minded family. I recall having the most glorious heat during Summer and seeing so many snow pictures that had been blogged overseas. It looks like you all had a harsh Winter. Winter so far for us has not been too cold yet. My little ones come midday, are running around without a jersey. My Winter table is still under construction. Most things in our garden are still green so very little can be gathered to pull off the Winter look. Thank you for visiting.Warm regardsSuzanne
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