life in the slow lane
Glorious they are, too. I like the "proper" winter weather - but, as I write that, I feel sure that we've had such a conversation already. Worth repeating though.
Trousers, I actually think it's worth repeating every year. And that sigh coming from Zhoen seems to confirm it.But why can I not get my photos to enlarge? Possibly because I dragged them to a different position once they were uploaded?
How absolutely wonderful!I am afraid I have no snow to speak of so no snow photo's from me. But this is a good meme to do (snow permitting)
Lovely photos and just as snowy at yours as here. Your little cottage looks so cosy.
Oh this is awesome! And your cottage like a fairytale...
Wishing you a bright Holiday,Mim in Snow Country too
Kahless, I have just now worked out what "meme" means - from the French même, must be. Cusp, it's cosy and small (a semi) - and I've just noticed that snow doesn't settle on our roof. Willow, It is kind of fairy tale around here altogether. Mim, wishing you a bright one too. We don't often get a white Christmas here.
Happy Christmas and New Year! I'm back in the UK in July for two whole weeks! I'll send details as I have them.
It looks like a veritable conspiracy of joy and goodwill! So that's what they've been up to in Sussex!Merry Christmas this morning.
...and a Merry C to TPE, if he stops by.Finally, I know what it must have been like to be Betrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead in the years before World War I: the logic of comments, hierarchies, meta-comments about comments...the genesis of the Principia Commentaria!
Collin, I have just been watching the Doctor! July - good. Keep us informed.Montag, a merry C to you too. Comments about comments and meta-comments are a speciality in these parts. There's nothing like a good digression, is what I find.
Signsie, I hope you and yours have a truly wonderful 2010.xx.
Lovely! Gorgeous pics, superb cottage...Happy New Year!
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