Outside the trees are wearing ermine capes,
The eaves are flaunting icicle drapes,
And cascades of diamonds spill
From rocky ledges on the hill.
Red berries glisten in the snow.
The wind-chill factor is ten below.
A winter storm came in last night
And blanketed our world in white.
There's a crackling fire, an easy chair,
And firewood stacked up to there;
A catalogue of plants and seeds
From which to choose Spring garden needs;
A book to read, a pot of tea,
And food enough for you and me.
Welcome to my hearth and home.
Never mind the winter storm...
Willette Caudle McGuire
Here is one of my Garden Chairs.
My Holly bushes still have a few berries for the birds!
Our lovely evergreens provide shelter for birds and deer alike.
The busiest birdhouse in the neighborhood gets a winter rest!
My vintage wool gloves came in handy today.
It was dark by the time I got home from my thrift shop adventures today, so I fashioned a nighttime snow celebration. This is my yummy cake from the famous Bethel Bakery in Bethel Park, PA. They make the most awesome cakes and pastries! As I typed this post, I ate it and thoroughly enjoyed it!
Here's the full view.
I fashioned the "50" from some of my pink vintage earrings - pretty in pink!
All in all, I think that 50 is going to be a "fabulous" year!
Until next time - Be Well and Happy!