That’s right. Bring it on, baby.

snow in front

I have a month’s worth of gro­ceries, a snow shovel and plenty of work and projects to keep me busy.  It’s a good thing too because we’re not going any­where any­time soon.  Do you see our dri­ve­way? No, I don’t either.

What I thought was eight inches of snow is prob­a­bly more like 12 or 14. And it’s still com­ing down. I just returned from a lit­tle mercy mis­sion to clear the bird feed­ers and sprin­kle around some whole peanuts and black oil sun­flower seed. The birds prac­ti­cally landed on my shoul­ders they were so happy to see me.

snow in back 12.19

The chick­ens are just fine in their insu­lated and heated coop. But they were con­fused when I opened their win­dow to the world and there were no col­ors out there—just white. I fig­ure they’ll get tired of look­ing out in a while and I’ll go back and close the window.

For lit­tle dogs, Sarah and Sophie adore the snow. They hop around like bunnies—well, at least until they get bogged down.  So this morning’s exer­cise was some aer­o­bic snow shov­el­ing for a small potty path.

The East Coast is get­ting pounded. If you’re in our part of the world I hope you’re safe, warm and have plenty of inter­est­ing things to keep you busy today.

Be Socia­ble, Share!
Robin

15 Responses to “Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow!”

  1. Anna/Flowergardengirl Says:

    Looks the same here except it has stopped snow­ing. We aren’t going to get above freez­ing either which means our roads aren’t going to clear. Beau­ti­ful pho­tos with every­thing so snow laden.
    .-= Anna/Flowergardengirl´s last blog ..Feel the rhythm of the but­ter­fly wings, Monarch on Fur Balls =-.

  2. Mr. McGregor's Daughter Says:

    I love the way the snow high­lights the branches. It’s good you can stay home and just enjoy it. I’m imag­in­ing you like Snow White or Cin­derella with the birds twit­ter­ing around you.
    .-= Mr. McGregor’s Daughter´s last blog ..Frigid Fri­day: A Hol­i­day Story =-.

  3. Cindy, MCOK Says:

    Robin, it looks so beau­ti­ful and so very, very cold! Harry and Ben are very for­tu­nate to be snowed in with such a good cook. I imag­ine you get very cre­ative in weather like this.

  4. JP Says:

    Do you heat your coop with a lamp or some other source? Our girls are per­plexed, espe­cially since it went down to zero. I want to move them in the house!

  5. M A Says:

    BB, what a beau­ti­ful day, and all snugged in!

  6. heather Says:

    I don’t miss get­ting stranded by snow­storms. That’s one nice thing about mov­ing to town with a very short dri­ve­way. I used to lose my white Pomeran­ian in the snow all the time too
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  7. Dee/reddirtramblings Says:

    Yowza! That’s big snow. Good thing you’ve got sewing projects under­way. Keep warm my friend.~~Dee

  8. Stevie Says:

    Ahhh so lovely with all that snow. I too love the joy­ful romps of dogs in the snow.
    .-= Stevie´s last blog ..Flora Fri­day: Beau­ty­berry =-.

  9. Carol Says:

    Quick, take pic­tures of your two lit­tle dogs in it for next year’s Christ­mas cards!
    .-= Carol´s last blog ..The Soci­ety Meets Again: A Gardener’s Christ­mas Orna­ments =-.

  10. jodi (bloomingwriter) Says:

    Hope you’re shov­elled out by now, Robin. Oddly, we haven’t had any pre­cip­i­ta­tion here today, though the east coast of Nova Sco­tia is get­ting belted. Our turn will come. Have fun with it…
    .-= jodi (bloomingwriter)´s last blog ..An open let­ter to Carol, Pres­i­dent for Life, SPPOTGWLS =-.

  11. Kathy from Cold Climate Gardening Says:

    Thank God for the var­ied means of learn­ing that snow is on the way so one can pre­pare for it. I’m very happy that you didn’t lose power. That def­i­nitely adds a level of anx­i­ety that I wouldn’t wish on any­one. I know you’ll enjoy the beauty and change of pace that a big snow­storm brings.
    .-= Kathy from Cold Cli­mate Gardening´s last blog ..Snow­fall Records =-.

  12. Helen Yoest @ Gardening With Confidence Says:

    What a beau­ti­ful win­ter won­der­land scene. H.
    .-= Helen Yoest @ Gar­den­ing With Confidence´s last blog ..Fresh Cut Christ­mas Trees Ver­sus Artif­i­cal Trees =-.

  13. Shannon Says:

    Beau­ti­ful! I bet you ARE stuck there for a few days! And sup­pos­edly more is on the way…
    .-= Shannon´s last blog ..Snowy Sun­day =-.

  14. Helen Yoest @ Gardening With Confidence Says:

    Merry Christ­mas Robin! I have enjoyed your post this past year and look for­ward­ing to read­ing more in 2010. H.
    .-= Helen Yoest @ Gar­den­ing With Confidence´s last blog ..Christ­mas Tree After­life Will Delight Wildlife =-.

  15. Seasonal Wisdom Says:

    I know you got pounded with more snow than nor­mal, but it does look lovely.

    I’ve tagged you at my blog. But no pres­sures. PLEASE. Just another way to draw traf­fic to your lovely stories.

    Here’s to a great 2010. Teresa

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