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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Cozy Creating

The Holidays are behind us now. Most everything has been moved to my new home and the unpacking has come a bit slower than I thought. My patterns are back up and running for the most part. I'm still trying to figure out how to get them all up on one website, in a way that I can take care of it easily. The pattern sale was amazing and the last of the orders will be going out tomorrow as we are quite snowed in today.

Snowed in! I am so thankful to say that I work at home on days such as these. I watch as Tim heads out to work before it's light out and the snow has been falling already for hours. Even with four wheel drive, it won't make a difference when the snow changes to the freezing rain predicted. As thankful as I am for me, I still think of friends and family that need to get places. I have a deep respect for those that go out, no matter the weather to care for others.

Today I get to do some drawing for a fast approaching deadline. My head spins with ideas and a good time period movie,  will keep my head and heart inspired. Hot tea and flannels seal the day's fate. I enjoy a good snow....hope that it doesn't turn icy and nasty and above all, I'll wrap up in the goode of it.


Judy said...

Well here in PA we are having way too much snow. I embrace the seasons but as I get older the winter snows just force me to stay inside and too many days inside makes a "crabby" Judy!! I need to be in the store - fluffing and creating and greeting customers - (sigh) just heard another storm will be here next week....thinking spring, daffodils and baby peeps!

Deborah Adams of Possible Impossibilities Studio. Long Beach, California. said...

Thank you for following me on the Hive! :-) LOVE your work!! Mrs Goddard is a favorite and spectacular!
~ Deb

The Rustic Victorian said...

It is nice to stay in, I too watch my man leave each morning in the icy wind....and I am gratefull.