Thursday, February 28, 2013

~FARE THEE WELL~

I snapped this photo at 7:15 this morning...snow fell throughout the night... an additional five inches of heavy wet snow...Mr. Dog Trot was dressed and out the door well before dawn making sure everyone (family) was plowed out...
With February coming to an end...so too are my winter white photographs... March arrives tomorrow and with this month comes the first day of spring..SPRING...my head is filled with ideas...ideas for both inside and out...ideas which include lots of color...and I can honestly say none of which include the color white... 

22 comments:

Farm Girl said...

I bet you are tired of white! I am glad that spring will be here and you will have the most gorgeous flowers in the world.
I think to get really pretty flowers you need good cold weather,
I will send you thoughts of warm breezes and blooming trees and lots of dreams of gardens.

Donkey Bums said...

That is a beautiful photo!

annie said...

even the snow will cease...,,,, I will miss your snow photos anyway, grin, happy friday!

jennifer768 said...

Hoping and praying that we all are blessed with an early Spring.Beautiful pic but yes I am sure you are tired of white.Hugs,Jen

Michelle said...

You poor thing. I know you are tired of the color white!

Prims By The Water said...

The snow yesterday was heavy and wet too that we got. It was pretty on the trees and shrubs though. It would have been even prettier if I could have just watched it from inside instead of having to drive it in..as it was a little tricky driving along the big river. Stay warm, Janice

Rugs and Pugs said...

I'd be tired of it, too, but your picture is beautiful.
Hugs :)
Lauren

Ginny said...

So long snow, Hello SPRING. ♥

Flat Creek Farm said...

That is an absolutely gorgeous photo! About 20" more or less of the white stuff here.. which is almost unheard of in these parts. And now, you have me singing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day.. fare thee well, fare thee well.. ;) Here's to some Spring color.. and soon!! -Tammy

Vickie said...

I know you are tired of the snow! I'm ready for spring, too. It warmed up into the 70's but this week and next week it's only in the low 50's and 30s at night. I need sunshine and color and warm breezes!

Spring's just around the corner!

Primitive Stars said...

Evening, oh Julie, I agree...no white, we need some pretty color......Yey!!!! Spring.......Love your picture, you have the sweetest home.....Blessings Francine.

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Aslan is on the move! Winter will soon be over....can hardly stand it!

moosecraft said...

I know you are tired of snow... but the picture of your home is gorgeous! Maybe you should use it to make this year's Christmas card... I won't rush the seasons though... I'm waiting for bright yellow daffy's, royal purple crocuses and hot pink hyacynth's... followed by the glorious aroma of roses and beautiful hydrangeas, hollyhocks and foxgloves!!!! O yeah!!! :-) I must have been a bumble bee in my previous life... ;-)

MTWaggin said...

Just keep in your mind how lovely lush and green things will be when it all melts!

Mugwump Woolies said...

Beautiful home! Lovely photo!
Robyn

Janice said...

I love that wintery photo of your home, really beautiful.

Lisa Tucker said...

What a beautiful photo. We get no snow usually and I am always a little envious of your beautiful snow. But I know it's like our hot, hot weather....everything can outlast it's welcome. Thanks for letting me enjoy a little of the "white" stuff...:)

acorn hollow said...

Happy March we spring ahead next weekend things are looking up.
Cathy

Holly Hills Primitives said...

Your picture is beautiful, but I'm with you! Can't hardly wait for spring, gardening, outside decorating, and warm weather to get here! Enjoy the weekend, Dawn

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

I've never been so happy to see March in all my life! I'm D-O-N-E with snow!

Have a lovely weekend!

Terry and Linda said...

It's nice enough here today I'm letting the fire go out of the wood stove!

YEA!

Linda
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Julia said...

Yeah... March is finally here and old man winter will soon loose his grip on us.

Your chickens are probably sick of winter too. I'm anxious to see some of your new ideas coming into fruition.

hugs,
JB