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January 19, 2017


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Each season is special in its own way and I have learned to embrace each season. Nothing says warmth in winter like a simmering pot of soup and warm sandwich. Hot Sophie feels better


Ice can be beautiful! Stay warm...

Gwen Schooley

Thanks Paulette! I just love reading your blog. It's such a gift- cross stitch, nature, family, fun! You inspire me to look at things in a different way, thank-you!

Robin in Virginia

Paulette, I love your ice pictures. I love fall and winter. Ice is beautiful to look at, but treacherous if you have to be out and about in it. Hope Sophie is feeling better!


Beautiful photo of the bird house, very well done!


I love winter also! It's so nice to see the structure of the trees, bushes, and vines. Bright red cardinals show up nicely on the gray backdrop too!


I love winter, and I say that freely because I do not "have" to go out in it! As much as I would love to be covered in snow right now, I can hardly wait to go scrounging around seeing what wakes up after winters nap. You know, besides the stupid elderberry bugs that never went to sleep to begin with. LLLY


Hello from Germany, dear Paulette!
Oh, yes, I love January, my birthday month, like it is yours. It is a wonderful feeling to sit near the fire, a cat on the side, knitting socks or stitching a winter project. January and February are only for winter projects with some snow on it.
I love reading your blog.
Bis bald und liebe Grüße von Anja

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