Wheres the snowman?....I don't see a snowman!
Your home/garden looks pretty in the snow with the golden sunlight. I hope travel won't be too dangerous this week. All the best in the new year.
Great photos of your snow covered gardens. Yes, where is the snowman, and how about a snow angel or two? :-)Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady
I wonder how long it has been since I made a snowman or snow angel? Hmmm.
Happy New Year, Gardener! Your yard is beautiful in January!
Looks like WINTER to me... ha ha .... Everything looks awesome and clean and peaceful--all covered with snow.Hugs,Betsy
Good job on shoveling! Happy New Year!
A Snowy New Year! Hope it's a happy one for you!
Happy New Year. You have a nice garden blanket there. White, fresh and pretty.
The snow makes everything look so pristine and peaceful. I wish my garden had more than just a dusting of snow right now, but at the same time I'm glad I don't have to shovel all that snow:)Wishing you a very Happy New Year!
Well it all looks pretty from any view. Last year we had hardly any snow here so I think we are going to make up for it this year since we have already had more than we had all winter last year. LOL! I love looking at it in pictures but I am quite over the real stuff already. LOL! Have a wonderful week.
Snow makes it all so pristine. Wehave not had too much.ChristyLil Bit British
Hello! I was a guest on Tina's blog and now I've started my own. You sure have a lot of snow! Until I moved to TN eight years ago I'd never seen snow fall (I'm from San Diego.) We get some here and I love to watch it coming down. I'm looking forward to following your blog and hope you check out mine too!
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