Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Brrrrrr


This chandelier has been hanging in my dining room for years. I keep meaning to replace it with something a bit more modern but it has grown on me and I love the way the morning light sparkles through it. Ages ago I replaced the central crystal with this wee heart and it gives me a little lift each time I see it. Just outside that window is my bird feeder. Monty sits in the window enjoying the sunshine and watches the birds and resident squirrel most afternoons:) These last few days I've been really vigilant about keeping it full, these cold days are hard for our feathered friends.

February......the short month.....here on the frozen, salty coast of Nova Scotia, this short month is welcomed:) It brings us that much closer to Spring! Right now it is FREEZING outside but at least the sun is shining! I was hoping to get out for a walk but I think I will nix that and do something inside.

After my epic exercise session on Saturday I was surprisingly not sore at all. Just really tired and it lasted through yesterday too. My team raised $11,718 amazing...... Thanks...

On to the day....have a good one :)

8 comments:

Chichiboulie said...

It's gorgeous! You much leave it!! I'm completely and totally into velvet and faux fur and crystals lately so I may be biased, but do leave it and let it sparkle!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I love the little red heart dangle on your chandelier!

Moose said...

Happy February... the heart looks fantastic where it is at. Spend the day dreaming of your NYC trip.
Tail Wags & Warmth,
~Moose

Ronnie said...

You sound warm and happy today. Have a great one, you and Monty. Your chandelier is timelessly beautiful.

Douce France..... said...

You have the heart at the right spot! Brights up any winter day!
France

moosegirlmaria said...

Love it! I so enjoy your beautiful pictures and contemplations.

Micheline said...

Wow! That's a lot of money… and a lot of work. Congratulations!

Sara said...

Your team raised a bunch of money - I am so proud of them and you...

I love February - not just because it's my birth month - but because it is the shortest month...and spring (well, mud season) can't be to far behind...