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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

when it snows, it snows ...

looking out my window
I can hardly believe the amount of snow that has fallen ...
even though the weather forecast said snow
snow
it
did

16 comments:

Julie Marie said...

I know you love your snow Deb... I hope it is still warm enough for you and Archer to take your walks with no ice... love love love your sweet little feathered friends!... xoxo Julie Marie

Blondie's Journal said...

Oh...that little bird certainly has a perch!

Much snow here and 24 hours after it started, still falling softly (thank goodness!)

XO,
Jane

Deb said...

hi Julie marie - I do love snow...but not so much the ice & it is really icy! hugs to you & Tessy xo

Deb said...

hi jane - there was so much snow on our garden bench that it was only when I uploaded the photos I noticed a second bird sitting there :-) hope you are enjoying the latest snow fall in your little corner of the world ♥

Lynda Naranjo said...

Oh my! Didn't it snow!! Not so nice driving in it though. Enjoy the sunshine today. xo

Lisa Gordon said...

Indeed it did, and then some!
Everything is so pretty right now though.

You little feathered friend is a sweetheart!

Deb said...

hi Lynda - it's amazing how quickly it all changes ... today looks & feels completely different ...bright sun shine, roads clear :-)

Deb said...

hi lisa - everything does look so pretty now with a fresh layer of lovely white snow ♥

Mereknits said...

Look at that sweet little birdie trying to stay warm. Hope you are and Archer are staying warm and cozy inside.
HUgs,
Meredith

Andrea Ostapovitch said...

That is one sweet little tweet!

Deb said...

hi Meredith - they look like little round balls all fluffed up ♥

Deb said...

hello andrea ~ I think after this winter, the birds have become use to having their photos taken through my kitchen and dining room windows :-)

Joy said...

Ah those little birdies are so very beautiful - gosh they really need help with food in all this snow. Joy x

Sandra Dunn said...

I love your bird,,, I bet he's longing for springtime. :)

Deb said...

hi joy - we have gone through so much seed and suet this Winter - we fill the feeders up in the morning and by mid afternoon they need to be topped up (sometimes filled up completely). Of course, its not just the birds ...the squirrels are in our garden all day long eating too :-)

Deb said...

hi Sandra ~ he looked like his eyes were closed ... possibly dreaming of Spring :-D ♥