Thursday, January 26, 2012

This or That Thursday: eDition 15



I could say it's been another busy week around the old farmhouse, but in reality it's my
 time away from here that is busier than I would like or care to admit. It leaves me
more than a little breathless at the end of the day.


   It also leaves me thankful for weekends, particularly sunny weekends.
   So...I hope you enjoy....while I catch my breath.





Here's to a little sunshine in your crook of the woods.

~be well friends~



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22 comments:

Bec said...

Love your photographs!

V.L. Locey said...

What lovely winter images!

Jennifer said...

Great pics! LOVE the pic of the dog in the snow. Thanks for sharing!

Kathy said...

I really like that first shot! Such a retro feel to it.

Kathy

Lynne said...

Dog in Snow . . .
FAVOURITE

Patrice said...

Get some much needed rest soon. I didn't and I got sick. I am the embodiment of the saying "burning the candle at both ends"! I love the picture of the dog in the snow! Cute!

Deb said...

Do I see snow?

Red Gate Farm said...

I hear ya! This job thing takes up way too much of my time!!

Enjoy the weekend, hope it's a sunny one!

~Chris

Kenya G. Johnson said...

Lovely pics!

Seeing Each Day said...

Great 4th shot. I'm glad you got some sun to help you relax for a second between your busyness. I'm returning to work tomorrow and feel tired just contemplating it.

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

Callie blends in with the snow! She is certainly interested in something within her view! Good dog, Callie. Good dog!
xo, misha
LYLAS!

deb duty said...

Oh you've really been taking some beautiful winter images. These are so lovely. The second one is my favorite. It's perfect.

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Your photos are great. I really enjoyed seeing the photo of your sweet dog enjoying the snow ;) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather ;)

My Shabby Streamside Studio said...

Glad I found you...good luck on your journey!

Kim Stevens said...

Ahhh, you have snow and we are already pulling out our lawn mowers! Although most of what is in my back yard are just weeds. Lovely and serene winter wonderland . . .

Georgie Horn said...

We are having rain, rain and more rain. But, here in TN we wouldn't know what to do if there was that much snow.

Katherines Corner said...

beautiful, thank you for spreading sunshine too. Hugs! Thank you for your bloggy friendship and participation at Katherines Corner xo

Jessica Barone said...

all of your shots are amazing! My fav is the one of your pup.

Genie said...

Wonderful snow shots. They just make me want it to nutty up and get here to VA soon. I agree with Jessica...my favorite is of the dog. genie

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely shots.

Regards and best wishes

My Captivating Images said...

Beautiful images!!!

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