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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Look what I got in the mail today!



This is what we got after the latest storm to drop more snow on us. I don't know where we plan on putting all this white stuff.   Just a whole lot of pics to show.









And the girls wanted to say hello to everyone and to tell you to stay safe and warm.
Till next time, hopefully no snow storm just maybe some stitching to show. hugs from the snowed in North. Lynda Ruth, Ms. Buttons and Jasmine.
 Dave standing in front of the snow bank on the other side of the driveway.
 Close up of same snow bank and Dave is 6 feet tall, so how tall do you think this bank is?

Dave going off the porch steps.











Some doves on the front steps trying to get a little sunshine on themselves.
Thought you guys would get a kick out of these pictures.

                                                                                                                                                                          
 UPDATED FROM THE FROZEN NORTH.

My dear sister June in England, sent me a special birthday gifts. I just had to show everyone what a sweet lady she is. Thanks June.
 This is the big envelope from England and look at all the lovely wrapped presents. I have been spoiled. Had to sit in my chair and open one at a  time. It was so much fun to see what was in each one.

 June made this piece specially for me. What do you think? I just love it.

 Don't you just love this picture frame that I can hang on the wall, after I get a nice picture to put in it. And below is some pretty pink fabric and some buttons and a butterfly and ribbon.


 I love this scarf, I can cross stitch some hummingbirds on it. Just love the colour.
 June sent thermal sock for me to wear in my boots when I am outside working. How thoughtful. Thanks June.
The socks fit perfectly. Just the right size.

Look some charts out of one of her English magazines. Love the kitty cat.



    I am the luckiest girl in the world today. I have a great friend in England and lots of other great friends in blog land. Thanks for dropping bye. Hugs to all. 

8 comments:

  1. You folks just can't catch a break from the snow! We're still freezing on the prairies, -38C tonight!!
    Keep warm and stitch ")

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  2. Your husband must be happy to play with his new toy :) So much snow!!! Better stay indoor & stitch!

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  3. We have snow, not quite that much. Glad he has the plow to help.
    I have been wanting to ask what happened to Ms. Buttons ear?

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  4. Thats allot of snow ! but looks very pretty , keep warm .

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  5. Lovely photos of the snow, doesn't it look pretty though not so nice if you have to go out in it. Love your cats, my three are all lined up in front of the fire keeping warm, they don't venture far in cold weather x

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  6. Gosh that's a lot of snow Lynda Ruth, it sure must be keeping you busy with clearing it .I guess you are happily stitching in the warm with the company of your 2 wee friends. Hugs Shirley

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  7. I saw a blurb on tv that Boston has run out of room to put all the snow they shoveled off the main streets. They can't even get to the side streets. Maine is impossible, but more used to it, as you probably are also! Great gift from June! Hugs!

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