I know exactly what you mean, no sooner than I have fed cats, dogs, chickens and pigs, cleaned out, the chickens and pigs, walked the dogs and had a manic sort out of the house it's time to do the animals again and get them ready for bed.The only consolation is the nice long cosy evenings by the fire, with scented candles flickering on the windowsill and mantlepiece, finally catching up with paperwork and reading.Sue xx
You poor thing. I know you probably have just a handful of good daylight hours that far north. Keep your chin up!I can't wait to see my squirrel!
Lovely!! xP.S Love the falling snowflakes!
Seahouse looks so peaceful and beautiful in the cande light.It gives everything a warm glow that says HOME.Thinking of you lovely lady.I have fabulous news, we've set a date the 28th May 2010 at 12 noon, I'll become Mrs Short instead of Miss.So I'll be calling on you for some birdy bits and pieces very soon. And if you can make it to our garden reception, it would make my day.Lots of love,Catherine x
how many hours of daylight do you get a day, now ?i love candles. it makes cold, dark evenings so much nicer. add a cup of tea, lovely pets, good compagny, and that's happiness for me !
Hello TracyHow absolutely gorgeous is your sidebar with pics of your precious pups ♥ Love the snowy effect on your blog too.
Hi Tracey, I look forward to lighting the candles in the evening, a very special part of my day. I love the new room, what a view!Carol x
just love your blog snow! beautiful enjoying reading, AND YET ANOTHER CAT ON A BLANKET! LOL MAXINE
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