Friday, February 8, 2013

snow day





Blizzard on the way. Turkey and sweet potatoes in the oven. 
Books, candles, and chocolate handy.
Anticipation and quiet.


Today's storm via NASA

22 comments:

  1. can't believe you're going to get slammed again -- what a winter! Stay safe and enjoy hot tea and a book...

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  2. Snuggle up with some hot chocolate and your lovely cats. Hope everything will be ok for you. Take care. Chel

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  3. The blizzard looks like a big one on the photo Jen. Hope you will stay warm!

    Take care,

    Madelief x

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  4. So good to be home at last!! Wish I had some snuggle kittens instead of my cranky old dog!!!

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  5. Oh dear, poor Jen
    but at least you have some lovely things indoors
    like your pretty cats, nice books and chocolate!

    Stay safe and warm
    I hope it's not as bad as expected....

    x Fiona

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    1. It's definitely nice to be experiencing it thought the windows!

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  6. Your kitties look as if they are prepared..Keep safe and warm X We are forecast more snow on sunday, I hope it doesnt happen!

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    1. I can't believe you're getting more snow! Hope they're wrong.

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  7. Cats seem stressed....hope they, and you all, enjoy the storm, don't lose power, and awake to fairies magically vanishing snow from your cars and driveway!

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    1. Love the image of fairies with snow shovels. I can't complain--this winter and last have been so mild compared to other years.

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  8. Jen... My husband said this morning that I should be happy not to be in Boston today... my reply, even with a blizzard, I'd like to be in Boston! We are sending you warm thoughts and good wishes from South Georgia.. stay safe, turkey and sweet potatoes yum-yum, cuddle with the kitties, read a good book or two, and definitely enjoy the chocolate! Warmer days are coming!

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    1. Blizzards are fun, if you can stay home. I don't even mind shoveling.

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  9. Hello Jen, It sounds like you'll be quite cozy. Blizzards are only bad if you have to go out in them. They do have a way of disconnecting you from the world, which can be enjoyable, at least for a while.
    --Road to Parnassus

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  10. Enjoy your snow day(S).

    Stay cosy and keep us posted.

    I enjoy a blizzard several states away.

    xo Jane

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  11. I've been thinking about you as I watch the weather on TV. Said to Jay, "I have my own weather person -- Jen. She'll let us know how it is." So, keep us posted. The kitten is growing fast.

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    1. She's almost five months old now--teenager lanky.

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  12. Recently I share my time for reading more than before, maybe under your influence. When I'm alone I read out... and it makes me have mind of constancy.

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    1. My books are constant companions.

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  13. Hope you made out OK. We woke up to a foot (of snow) so in these parts the description of the biggest storm EVER was greatly exagerated. I know Mass. got the brunt of it though. Dinner and kittens should make it all better.

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    1. When they tell you to expect 6-8" a foot seems like a lot. When they say you'll get 18" a foot doesn't seem like a lot. But it is!

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  14. oh, your snow day sounds like a vacation. a retreat. a wonderful luxury of a day.

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