It's a heat wave!
Considering that in the past 48 hours it was down to -15, this feels positively balmy. I must be some kind of wimp, but I just don't like to be cold (that good old Arizona blood in me, I guess).
But we haven't suffered. God has kept us warm...
...and something to dream about...
Well, well, well. I see you are having similar dreams about a pop-up! I am so excited to get out camping this year. I also have to say that I like your mug. The snow is pretty, too. Here's to warmer, still, days ahead!ReplyDelete
Glad you have been able to keep warm. Those are great pics. :)ReplyDelete
Coincidentally, your thermometer is recording today's high here, but we aren't calling it a heat wave! This is a 20-year low for us. Your recent temperatures must be unusually low for your area. I've always loved a day or two (or more) when weather shuts the world down and we get to be homebodies.ReplyDelete
Glad the Lord is keeping you all safe and warm my SSiC. May you snuggle up with your Lord too in this time. May he bless you on this road less traveled.ReplyDelete
Blessings and ((HUGS))
I'm with you Wendy, I'm soo not a winter person. I'd just as soon hibernate until spring. But it has it's own beauty! Lord willing, spring will come. Have a good weekend!ReplyDelete
A heat wave (hee hee) for sure!ReplyDelete
I so understand as we've had record breaking snowfall and night time lows here. I'm needing spring in a big way!
Are the snow-covered trees aspens?
They're so beautiful, we don't have them here in central OK.
And I agree about the cold. In all honesty, I would rather be too hot than too cold. I tend to draw up in these cold temps, brrr.
Stay warm and toasty! Julie
Yes, the trees are aspens. I just love them and these are what I see out my breakfast nook window.
Thanks for stopping by--and you stay warm too! It looks like more is on the way, you not long after us.