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How utterly gorgeous!!! 😍❄️😍❄️😍
Thank you, Trini!
A true winter wonderland. So pretty!
Thank you, Sandy. Our world has been transformed!
Heat wave here Eliza! I will send some warmth 🙂
Thanks, Karen. Maybe I should be sending some cooling your way as well. 😉
Yes please 😊
Walking in a winter wonderland!
Thank you, Ellen!
Your beautiful photo, Eliza, brings to minds these words of Robert Frost that I learned as a child in New England:
“The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.”
Thank you, Mike. One I think of often myself. Quite apt. 🙂
A world transformed. I enjoy Mike Powell’s contribution too: “And miles to go before I sleep.”
Yes, amazing what a difference a day makes. We’ve been snowshoeing our trails– breaking trails is hard work so the ‘miles to go before I sleep’ is very apt!
Beautiful picture, Eliza! Perfect way to get in the holiday spirit!😊 Be safe out there!
Mayra, how nice to see you here! Hope you have been well. Still in college?
Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy your holidays.
It’s so nice that we remain connected! I graduated last year and am still figuring things out career wise. I also hope you are doing well and have a happy holidays!
Good for you! Good luck in whatever you pursue. ❤
Thanks Eliza, it means a lot! ❤
It certainly looks pretty
Thank you, Karina. All the snow-lined branches are a sight to see, for sure.
No words are needed. I couldn’t manage to go anywhere and will enjoy vicariously through your image. 🙂
Thanks, Steve. We’ve been trying to break trails around the property, but boy, snowshoeing is such a workout! This was taken from the road, much easier! 😉
Absolutely gorgeous. Nothing like a winter wonderland at this time of year.
Thank you, Vicki. Certainly puts us in the holiday mood. 🙂
Lovely, but so glad it’s you and not us. Enjoy!
Hehe, yes, 18″ is a lot to deal with all at once. Once the driveway and walks are done, we enjoy it.
If you ever want to have more-frequent posts without text, you can add Muted Monday, Tacit Tuesday, and Thought-free Thursday.
Good to know, thanks, Steve.
Hopefully the beauty is some compensation for it being so chillingly cold! Sending warm thoughts from our summer.
Thank you, Carol. So long as the temps stay above 18F, I’m okay with the cold. We get heated from shoveling and snowshoeing, so the cool is actually welcome. As long as we keep moving, we’re good. 😉
Thank you, Judy!
❄️❄️❄️❄️ The ‘silver lining’ to winter.❄️❄️❄️❄️
…you must have snow-shoed there….hopefully with Wren!
While this was taken from the road, my spouse and Wren snowshoed the trail by the wood edge, Wren breaking trail valiantly. She was pretty exhausted last night – such hard work!
So true. The beauty is hard to beat!
As they might say in “Game of Thrones,” winter is here.
Indeed, about a month early than previous years. Ah, well. Welcome to New England! 😉
Interesting! In the good old days of my youth, it was not unusual to have snow in December. Nowadays, who knows?
A beautiful Winter wonderland Eliza, hope you are all keeping warm! 🤗💖 xxx
Thank you, Xenia. Warm and cosy by the fire. 🙂
I so agree, a winter wonderland, how beautiful! ❤
Thank you, Donna!
Winter came way too early this year. I has been quite cold in November and December isn’t starting a lot warmer in Montreal. Nice pics though… (Suzanne)
Thank you, Suzanne. Winter does seem to have arrived early this year. A lot of snow for our first storm!
Beautiful! 🙂 I was wondering if you got hit by this storm too. How much did you get? We got another 10 inches or so, but I heard that somewhere in VT they were supposed to get 2 or 3 feet! 😮
Thank you, Joanna! Winter has arrived with 18″ of snow, and the gardens are snug under their blanket. Unless the temps rise dramatically, we’re snowy white until March. I did hear that parts of NH got 3′ – so glad to have half that and that it wasn’t too wet nor heavy.
Stunningly beautiful! We have had some extremely hot Summer days here in South Africa, your image is so refreshing!
Thank you! I’d gladly share some of cool air and moisture with you. 😉
You sure do snow beautiful out that way!
I must admit that we do enjoy the beauty of a snowy world (once the snow removal is taken care of!). Wren has been loving her snow baths rolling in the snow (the only kind she likes)!
You have some snow now!! So pretty 🙂
Oh yes, LOTS of snow (18″) fell over 36 hours. We’re looking very much like a Christmas card now. 🙂
Is that a new photo or an old one? You look younger!
I took it yesterday. I don’t have any makeup on, and my skin is much better now when I don’t live in Las Vegas anymore.
Quite the testimonial! Less stress all around, you’re doing it right. 🙂
Thank you 🙏
Beautiful but must make for a long winter?
It surely does. If this stays, we won’t see our lawn until late March. The difference between old England and New England!
Crikey I’m not sure I could cope with all that cold for so long. Pretty or not . Hope you get a break in between now and March!
That’s why the travel companies do so well here, helping folks escape! 😉
Sometimes we get a few days thaw and we’re always thrilled to have it, even if the cold comes back.
You are made if tougher stuff than me !
I have lived here all my life, so I guess I am used to it. I did spend one winter away (in my carefree youth 😉 ) and I didn’t miss the cold and snow one bit!
SNOW!!! 😀 😀 😀
LOTS of it! 🙂
Yaaaay!! … ** waves arms in the air like Kermit and runs around in circles in the snow** 😀
Written like a true snow lover!
Heh, heh, heh. 😀
Hmmmm ….. Yes beautiful but!!! COLD!! Gorgeous composition, Eliza!! xo
Thank you, Amy! The cold isn’t as bad to me as the constant gray skies, boy that gets old! 😉
I hear you, boy do I ever! I’m a sunshine lover!
We just received over 20 inches with more to come so pretty to look at but back breaking to move it all.
Yes, the dichotomy is more pronounced the older we get, lol. Snow removal is not easy work!
How beautiful is snow Eliza.
It is pretty for sure. The whole world is soft white with blue shadows.
Everything looks so beautiful!🙂 Love the photo and wish you could have shared some of the snow with us!🙂
Thank you! I would have loved to share, lol! Got to get that teleporter working again. 😉
Your scenery with snow is like a Christmas card Eliza! Looks like it was quite a lot too. Stay cosy!
Thank you, Cathy! It was a lot for our first storm of the season. It may have been close to what we got all last winter. Let’s hope it isn’t a bad omen! 😉
Beautiful image Eliza! Put a red bow on the tree & You’ve got your Christmas card image!
Thank you, Reed! That would add a nice pop of color to that monochrome. 🙂
So beautiful! All our lovely snow has melted away again.
Thank you, Fi! More is on the way I’m sure. 😉
A beautiful wintery scene Eliza.
Thank you, Alison!
Frosty, chilly, and utterly beautiful, Eliza.
Thank you, Jet, all of the above!
Lovely photo. I always like the first few snowfalls.
Thanks, Belinda. Yes, the first few are exciting, then later on, not so much excitement. 😉
Nice monochrome Eliza!
Beautiful. Holidays are coming.
Thank you, Jill. Enjoy yours – only two weeks ’til Christmas, yikes!