Wednesday, January 28, 2009


It's hard to believe that this road is the road same as

this one, isn't it?

Long couple of days. I'll type more when my fingers have thawed.


Debby said...

Yes. We're getting the same here. I want spring.

Pencil Writer said...

I have to say, both photos are beautiful. Freezing, however, is not my favorite thing to do, either. Ever get the heater (central heat) back on track? I'm hoping so!!! Spring is coming. I know it's coming, but February . . . eeeek. Sometimes February makes one question Spring being any where near at hand!

jeanie said...

Both look beautiful, but I figure you wished that beauty=accessibility in the second, huh?

Mary Paddock said...

Debby--I don't mind winter so much as I mind not having any electricity. I just spent two days without either--not fun at all since we couldn't get out to go anywhere either.

PW--That's my favorite road in the world. This summer I'll have to get one of it while it's lined with daisies. As for the heat--we fixed it, but then the electricity went out on Tuesday. We didn't have any back up sources of heat like wood or propane (we do now!!). It was a very cold night!

Jeanie--I don't mind the snow--I do mind the ice. :)

Jeanie--Yes, accessibility would be nice.

Big Plain V said...

I didn't realize you lived around the corner from me.

Mary Paddock said...

It'd be cool to have a neighbor who was a writer. :)

That said, I don't think I want your snow. You get too much of it and it stays too long. Heck, I barely want mine.

Scotty said...

Wow, while we're suffering through a heatwave, you guys are all snowed in. I still think I'd prefer your option (even without electricity) - having someone to snuggle up to is a cheap and effective heating system.


Mary Paddock said...

Scotty, believe me when I say we were only too happy for the excuse to cuddle under a pile of blankets. :)