Snow, snow, snow. We rarely get snow here in eastern NC, but last week we got it. I will admit, while I think snow is beautiful, I don't like it. I don't like it because I really HATE being cold.
Wearing David's rubber boots, because I don't own footwear for snow, I trudged down the driveway to take some photos of my little Rosewood Cottage.
Across the street Captain and Eric got ready for cross country skiing. Captain asked me if I wanted to try it. NOPE! Too cold! Y'all have fun. I'm going to drink another cup of coffee.
My little snow bunny on my flag even looked cold. I did have to laugh though. My neighbor's boys played outside all day long. They used their mama's cookie sheets as snowboards. I loved watching them have so much fun. Of course, I was inside. ;)
Ooooo! What do we have here? Wabbit tracks! Poor little things out in the cold!
I went to the store on Monday to stock up on a few items. Then basically, I didn't leave the house again until Sunday. Now I know everyone from the North is laughing like crazy right now, but I have lived in the South since I was 10 and I have never driven in snow. Also I'm a late braker when I drive, so I know I would wreck my darn bunnymobile for sure and I didn't want to hurt anyone else. Besides, my house was sunny and nice and warm. I was ever so grateful I didn't lose power. :)
I love the way light fills my house. I don't think I could ever live in a dark house.
Recently, I rearranged a few things in my living room, foyer and dining room. I do that at least once a year. I like change and since I can't move yet, I have a tendency to rearrange stuff. I drive David nuts.
I changed the curtains in my dining room. Green is my favorite color and I love how these look with black.
Emma May still sits in my foyer. After all, she is part of the welcoming committee. She is entirely handmade by Marlene Robertson.
I moved two pictures from Bunnyville to my foyer. These are both originals made especially for me by my incredibly talented friend, Jules. This is Sir Walter Harrington (Harrington's full name).
and this is Lady Hannah Goldenhare (Hannah's full name). I treasure these paintings and I wanted to put them in place where everybun could enjoy them.
So inside it was delightful and I got lots of stitching done. I also got some good news. David is on his way home. He left on January 4th to go to Florida for his job. It get's pretty lonely around here without him. While the bunnies keep me company, they just aren't as chatty as I am. ;)
See you back here on Wednesday for Fellowship of the Flowers.
Michelle and the Bunnies