'Tis a balmy 48 degrees! One week after it was 10 below zero. Windows are open, breeze blowing in. I hear the drip, drip of icicles melting away after 7 short days of real winter.
|Sable has the best view of local ski resorts, but she doesn't seem to care. Way more interested in a cookie.|
If the moose gets a coat, why can't the horse?
Some say it's the worst thing in the world to do. Others claim you're terrible if you don't dress 'em up.
I take my cues from the horse. I mean... after all... who are you to pass judgement? She's the gal standing outside all night long. When the temps hit 15 degrees below zero (unheard of around these parts) I had her decked out like Randy from that great movie, A Christmas Story.
And, she seemed quite delighted with the added warmth.
I don't get this weather but then I guess nobody gets the weather. It's just all crazy, all the time.
|I've filled the new house with gorgeous Amaryllis bulbs.|
I will say I love January, though. Be it bitterly cold or blessedly balmy.. I don't really care.
I love it because it's quiet. Because the holidays are over and all that silly stress is behind us.
|English Ivy will be transplanted outdoors, come summer.|
|Another stunning Amaryllis|
Did you make New Years resolutions? I made one. Yup. Just one. To be evil and self-serving throughout 2015.
Oh, I'm just kidding. I made this one:
Yep, sometimes horses need blankets unless the owner is OK with the horse dropping a lot of weight. I can't believe people argue about stuff like that.
(Oh wait, yes I can.)
Happy New Year!
Your horse Sable is so pretty. I dig the moose jeans too. LOL! It sounds like a plan girl just chill out and do whatever. I love that English Ivy! Stay warm and safe in this messy weather.
Thanks, Sweetbay. :)
Thanks for stopping by Lona! I need to get back on FB and visit Seaside Hideaway. I imagine your Hideaway garden decorations are kicking my ass! :D
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