I am envious of Max’s ability to just revel in the sunshine.
Off to KW because I had to get out of the house; not even to Flesherton before all the lights went on and my speedometer stopped working.
So I went home and took Keith’s car.
…I had the AHA! moment on how to finish the novel.
This product of late-night internet browsing arrived today. Thank you, past me!
This photo of the snow drift on the front porch didn’t turn out as planned.
Comfy and cozy on the couch on Family Day, starting the Love Note sweater.
It’s one of those gorgeous still winter days. The sun is as warm as it can be for February, and there’s no breeze whatsoever. Last nights dusting of snow glitters slowly to the ground as squirrels and birds move through the branches. The river is almost ice covered, just the faintest gurgling under the ice.
The farm display seen through the dirty window of Peake Barbecue as a few incongruities.