Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Days to You!



My brother's house last night. A winter wonderland! We were there for his father in law's 80th birthday party. As beautiful as it was outside, the drive home was very slow and took every ounce of concentration. Snow falling steadily, road covered with fresh snow and in that area they don't salt because of people's wells. It was the kind of falling snow that hypnotizes you as it drive through it, creating constant 3D effect as if you are driving through a vortex. Wierd and wonderful.

Nevertheless, it was still absolutely magical out there.

Hope you have a contented and peaceful few days ahead of you:) Happy Christmas!

12 comments:

Robin said...

what a beautiful home and picture..mesmerizing...Merry Xmas..

*~tabby~* crooked heart art said...

stunning-i love snow esp. on christmas eve and day
merry christmas
i asked for your 'all is well' print for christmas from my son
i am hoping it will be under the tree in the morning!!
~its one of my favortites mainly because i just lost my 10 year old orange tabby in june and that print sum's it all up for me <3
many thanks
tabby
www.crookedheartart.blogspot.com

Suzie Ridler said...

Merry Christmas to you!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Merry Christmas to everyone at your house!

Kathy said...

That house looks like something out of a magazine. How beautiful Shelaugh! Have a wonderful holiday.

Sara said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours.

You just explained how I feel about driving in the snow - that 3D effect as if driving through a vortex! I never could put words to that feeling - and you did that for me...

Moose said...

LOVE the snow & photo...HoHoHo to you and lots of Tail Wags in 2010.
~Moose

Marilyn said...

what a gorgeous house! that's exactly what Christmas 'should' look like. merry, merry pal to you and all of your loved ones. xo

hatjunkie said...

Have a wonderful Christmas. Thanks for a year of inspiring photos.

Karen said...

What a beautiful home, and many Merry days to you too!...

Teresa said...

What a lovely home, and with the snow falling, it looks magical!!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

What a beautiful house! With the snow falling it looks like a Christmas card!

Hope you Chrsitmas was a joyful one!