Friday, December 7, 2007

winter chill

Here are some visuals of the past couple days for you:

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this was on the car window this morning when I went to drive the kids to school. (missed the bus!)

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this is the reflection on the car window this morning.

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the wood stove just before going to bed.

13 comments:

Linni said...

yummie woodstove...feel like cuddling up next to you on your couch with a hot cup of tea! talking all night...watching the flames...feeling the love! xx

Tori said...

Holy cow, that looks cold!!! And here I am in 65 degree weather and feeling a little bit chilled. My blood has thinned or something from being in the desert for so long. That fire looks soooo inviting! love the pics!

calibosmom said...

I know its cold when Solomon doesn't fight me to wear his winter coat and today he even wore gloves and his hat-that means its coooold! Brrr.

Celia Fae said...

I took a picture of my indoor thermostat. It said 69. I guess I don't win any prizes.

I love the photo of the frozen glass. I've never seen anything like it.

Krista said...

Wow those pictures are amazing- that one of the ice is so cool.

Paige said...

Amazing first picture. Does your car even start when it's that cold? Are you actually standing outside to take the picture? I'm confused by all the frigidity, but lovin' the pictures.

Emily said...

You must enter that first picture in a contest! It is so amazing! I am with Tori, being in the desert thins your blood. I am now in long sleeves and a light jacket and it is only 65 degrees. I feel for you!! Crank up the stove!!

Abby said...

Amazing and beautiful, as always--never stop, you are so talented!

Brooke said...

You make winter look fun and pretty!

andrea said...

you know what else is a cute picture? frozen snot on my child's upper lip. :O) would i be a bad mom for taking a picture of that?

Wendy said...
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Wendy said...

I feel your pain Britt. Its been that cold here too. The constant coldness is starting to get to me. You know me - I wore long johns under my clothes in the winter in California. I'm a cold weather wimp!

Suzie Petunia said...

Cool pics. Your camera must be permanently attached to your body!