Thursday, February 13, 2014

The Quiet Route....

Oh my word stay out of the grocery stores you will get trampled!


I took the quiet route yesterday and hit up the library. 

I am at the back ground of my rug I thought I would use up 
some pieces of  tan I have. I may pull out the darker ones now that
I see this picture.


Since it is snowing hard outside, I have made myself a little punch (crystal light) and a
fresh strawberry makes me feel better about being house bound.

The house is well stocked with food, candles, flashlights, 
and lots of wood for the beast in the basement, in case the worse happens a
power outage. We are on a small dead end of road so we are last to get power back after we lose it.
Happy Valentines Everyone!
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Never be afraid to try, remember armatures built the ark. Professionals built the titanic.

17 comments:

WoolenSails said...

We are getting rain now, but not worth going out. I got a lot of library books for quilting and things to keep me busy.

Debbie

Rugs and Pugs said...

I wish this white crap would just stop. Enough already!
Oh, please share a picture of your rug. I know you always hook big uns!
Hugs :)
Lauren

Primitive Stars said...

Oh my, glad you are all set for the storm, sounds good. Love the view out your window, so beautiful, stay safe and warm, Happy Love a Day, Francine

Willow said...

Ha ha that first one still has me laughing.
Love your punch with the strawberry ~ looks quite refreshing .

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

I hate to whine, but it am so sick of snow . . .

Saundra said...

Good luck to you. Thankfully this morning when I awoke saw there was snow overnight, turned to rain so it was slush. It didn't freeze so it finally ended up being standing water on the ground.

Your punch looks delish.... I've been eating strawberries like crazy too.

Saundra

Blackberry Lane said...

I found you via Balisha's blog. I had to laugh at the first cartoon...I live in GA and that is how we act when it snows!
Your rug is gorgeous. We have been snowed in for a few days...your "punch" and books look delightful. Wishing you a wonderful Valentine's Day.

Mildred

Judy said...

This winter can't last forever--I don't think anyway--it sure does feel that way however!!! Stay in and warm and enjoy your reading and hooking. Love's ya

Nellie said...

Thinking of you as this storm approaches. We were left with eight inches of snow here overnight! Then, warmer temps today along with sun melted about half of it.

Dog Trot Farm said...

Cathy, thank goodness we are hardy New Englander's who know what we are in for as far as winter weather is concerned...Mr. Dog Trot is out plowing as I type, sleet has begun to fall...Spring will arrive, it just may be later rather than sooner...Stay warm and safe.....Hugs, Julie....

Mugwump Woolies said...

Stay safe and cozy! You sound like you are well prepared...but you didn't mention chocolate...hope you have a bit of that in your cupboard!
Robyn

Raymond Homestead said...

Sure hope you don't lose your power! Stay warm and have a Happy Valentine's Day!

Weekend-Windup said...

Stay safe from snow. Nice to hear that you have kept all the food items, woods, candles with you for safe.
Happy Valentine Day!!

yaya said...

I think we're safe from the panic of a snowstorm for a bit. I hear temps may hit 50 next week...shazammm! Take care and I hope this is the last nasty storm!

jennifer768 said...

Stay safe from the storm,praying for you all.Your rug is lovely.Happy Valentine's Day! Be blessed,Jen

Julia said...

Well you are the smart one to avoid the grocery store and go o the library instead.
I went and I survived but it wasn't bad at our Co-op. We got heavy white manna that fell over night and no one is eating it. It's still falling.

I hope that you had a lovely Valentine Day.
Hugs,
JB

Tammy Burks said...

This winter has just been the "winteriest" we've had in a long time....I love winter, but I'll be WAY ready for spring this year!!! Stay warm!!