Dear Bernideen,That snow makes me want to sip hot tea inside! How's 'bout some hot coffee? Either way, it would sure taste great. Have a warm day inside!Your snow is so pretty in the pictures. I love it when I see it in pictures. Grins.We didn't get the snow the weather man was predicting! Yah. Hope it doesn't come until Christmas.God bless you,d
The snow is so pretty to look at, but I wouldn't know what to do with that much on the ground! We get very little snow where I live. Some hot chocolate might be appropriate.
O my, how lovely, I was just telling my daughter I have watched the seasons change in your garden..this is the most lovelest by far. though we can not have tea in the garden I would love to have tea inside and gaze out into the garden...Thank you for sharing your lovely garden...Please come to visit some day...@ spoonwither.blogspot.com..with love Janice...enjoy..
Hello BernideenDon't be afraid to keep the snow all to yourself! I'm not ready for any yet but many a November it's made an appearance.Tea in the garden could be a snowflake affair it it's mild enough. Judith
Hi Bernideen,this was a short garden year for you. Although the snow looks so pretty and bring your cute squirrels back, I am happy that we do not have snow yet.See you Saturday,Johanna
Wow, I can't get over how quickly you all start having snow! (Stay warm and drink lots of tea!)
Your snow photos are lovely, although the squirrel looks a bit chilled. :-) A cup of spicy chai would be good right about now.
It looks beautiful, Bernideen, but I know you don't feel ready for winter weather yet! Me neither! I agree with Heather, a cup of hot chocolate appears to be in order.
The snow looks beautiful but also cold. Still quite mild here.
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