Saturday, December 19, 2009

Warm Winter Wishes!

I wanted to wish all my snowbound friends . . .

before I show you some pretty snow pictures.

one of our maple trees

our apple trees

bird house

grape vines and blackberry bushes . . . brrrr

Catawba trees

our poor little doe

down by the creek

down by a neighbor's barn

our holly tree

our lovely sycamore tree

It's still snowing!

Here's hoping the electric doesn't go out from the weight on the lines.

I've been bad, except for my column, I have taken a short break from writing during December.

I'm hoping I'll be full speed ahead in January. I'm still waiting to hear about my submitted MG. Don't you just hate the waiting.

Be careful out there. If you don't need to go anywhere, stay home and read a good book, or better yet, write a good book!


  1. Nice photos! I was just about to ask you how it's going with your sumbission. Do let us know when you hear.

  2. I'm snowed in too, I measured the snow earlier and we had just a little over 6 inches. Still snowing.

  3. Those are beautiful and yes it is on it's way.

  4. Your pictures are beautiful enough to frame! I miss the snow down here in the south.
    I read your Snowman story and thought it was cute and delightful. I will definitely read it to my grandchildren.
    Can I subscribe to the magazine?
    Have a Merry Christmas!

  5. Yes, Anita, you can subscribe. I think if you go to the advertising section of the online magazine, it tells you the address to send the money to.

  6. Hi Janet, It looks heavenly to me! Thanks for sharing the photos!

    Merry Christmas!

  7. See, that's exactly what I was talking about on my post. I'd love to be able to take the kind of pictures you did. Looking out your door at snow and woodland scenery is much better than buildings. *sigh* So beautiful! Thanks, Janet, for sharing with us. Merry Christmas! xxoo

  8. Wondeful photos. I like looking at the snow, but I prefer warmer climates. Happy holidays.

  9. Janet,
    What a beautiful snow and what wonderful photos. It's a winter wonderland. No doubt you'll have a white Christmas. I sure hope the power stay on. We got some firewood last week in case it snows and our power goes out. I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas and Happy Writing in 2010.

  10. How festive! Those are great shots. Maybe I can get my car out tomorrow. I'm getting a little stir crazy!

    Merry Christmas!

  11. Merry Christmas, Janet! These pictures are BREATHTAKING! I live in sunny California and love it---BUT I wish I could be in your Christmas-picture-postcard, winter wonderland for a few days! Have a blessed Christmas with you family and friends---remembering why Jesus came to the Earth!

  12. I just found your site today and love it! Not too many people seem to like reading the same types of books that I do. I'm glad that you do. Happy New Year!

    ~ Just Joany
    Red Wagon Flights

  13. Gorgeous pictures. I love your site. Take care and stay warm.

    And by the way, I absolutely Aaadddoooore your reading list. Soooo right up my alley!

    Word Designer

  14. Janet,
    Beautiful pictures......stay inside..warm and safe! Happy new year!


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