But there's no point in groaning the whole weekend away, now is there? My glass is always half-full, and I find that life seems so much more cheerful and wonderful that way. With the impending snowstorm on its way, I decided to make this a weekend of "cozies". And, since I'll be visiting with the entire family this Sunday afternoon, I wanted to finish my "Flowers in Bloom" scrapbuster afghan to give to three-week-old Baby S. :)
From inside -- where it's warmer and cozier -- a fresh blanket of snow can look beautiful.
|Yesterday afternoon -- my mom's cat Buddy enjoying "his" garden as the snow begins to fall.|
|Last night outside The Little White School House to see my son acting in "Harvey".|
|The view outside my living room window.|
As pretty as it all looks, the temperature is quite cold. Which means its a good day to stay inside where it's cozy, crochet the last few scallops on the edge of Baby S's Flowers in Bloom afghan, and make a yummy, fresh fruit salad (think warm summer days!) for our family gathering later today. But first, a few cozies to start the morning out right....
|Warm blankets and the rice-filled tube daughter R made that warms me after a minute in the microwave.|
|Flannel PJ bottoms and fuzzy socks|
|A steaming cup of hot tea|
|"Thank you" to whomever invented electric fireplaces!|
|Crocheting and staying warm at the same time.|
|Even Alice wants to be cozy and warm this morning.|
|Ta-dah! Flowers in Bloom is ready for its new home!|