You can't see the hoarfrost very well in this first picture...
but look at this...
and this. I just took these outside the window and it's 1:30 in the afternoon. I don't think it will be melting off today. It IS pretty though, isn't it? Both of these are the wind chimes that Dennis made me a few years ago.
And this is my view from my chair. It's nice and cozy inside by the fire. You can see how brightly it's burning with the door open.
With the door shut it's much more muted but still warm. :-). Does anyone know an easy way to clean the creosote buildup off of the glass doors?
Chloe likes the fire too and is my constant companion.
I've been busy knitting mittens. I want to get a start on next years batch. I also made a pair of grey 100% wool mittens for Paul, our friend from the lake. I would show you a picture but I forgot to take one and he already has them.
It's been a quiet couple of days here. I haven't left the house in two days and that hasn't bothered me one little bit. I love to be home. I have a fire, my dog and my knitting. What else could a girl want? Except to have my sweet husband come home to me after a long day of work. I. Am. Blessed. Beyond measure, I am blessed.
Have a lovely weekend my friends.
"Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name.: Psalm 100:4