Thursday, January 15, 2009

How cold is it today?

-33 windchill.............

Rural mail carrier, 1915 See his little face peeping out.


All my winner's packages have been sent out:) Thanks for participating.

I've got to bundle up and get out there. Things to do, people to see, places to go

7 comments:

Sacred Suzie said...

Oh no! Oh NO! Ugh. So much for getting food today. Tomorrow I can eat. I'll figure something out but I am not going out today, no sirreebob.

I can't believe how fast that print got to me! It's insane!

Oh what I meant about the domestic image, it's not my personal take, it's the stereotype. I'm trying to honour it, embrace it. Plus, I like preppy clothes. I am strong enough to admit it, LOL.

Uncommon Depth said...

We seen these mail sleds this summer at the Remington Carriage Museum in southern Alberta. Also saw school bus sleds.....and my first thoughts were of how much I'd love to see them in use in a winter field somewhere. Much like in this image.

daisies said...

i won't tell you that on this side of the country, they are predicting +5 today !! its weirdly warm but i'm not complaining :)

stay warm honey, sending you some sunshine!! xo

Ronnie said...

Layer your knickers and woolies, girlie!
I'm sure I won't get sympathy, but it did go down to the 20's F here last night.

Sue said...

Hi...I went and looked at your lovely potographs on Etsy....I couldn't believe that the photo of the bicycle in Paris is almost exactly like a picture I took in Paris of a bicycle...and I love the Converse pics. I wear those all the time, in many different colors....I hope your keeping warm up there....

Kathy said...

And our mailmen think they have it rough!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Shelagh

I love this photo! I often wonder how people worked so long ago in the winter when they were in unheated vehicles --and those poor horses!

Brrr...it's cold here too!

I'll let you know when I get the package --thank you! :-)

Hugs, Pat