Sunday, February 15, 2015


Forget that statement I made in my last post -  "We have not had the extreme cold temps other parts of the country have had so far this Winter, but cold enough".
Well - Winter has arrived! It is 26 as I type with a wind chill of 15, and a prediction of some of that "frozen stuff" in the near future - as in "tonight and tomorrow".
 Trying to channel my thoughts towards warmer temps, and beautiful Spring flowers.
A mosaic made from pictures I took Spring 2010.
Click on pic to enlarge.
 Linking up with "Mosaic Monday"
When temps drop,  hats you can pull down over your ears, and a thick scarf around the neck and across the chest sure come in handy.
This was a special request project daughter completed recently - matching hats and scarfs for a mother and daughter.
Forecast for this week. Ugh!!
If you are experiencing the bitter cold and/or the "frozen stuff " in your area, bundle up, stay warm, and join me in dreaming of warm temps and beautiful Spring flowers.

Have a great week !


20 North Ora said...

Hi Glenda - we too, have been having awesome weather. Yesterday it was 72 and tonight we are expecting sleet and ice and snow. Crazy weather. Your collage is beautiful. Am so anxious for warm weather.


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eileeninmd said...

I love the cute hat/scarf set.. and the flowers have me longing for warm spring days.. I am tired of winter already! Stay war, have a happy new week!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I think pulling out past pictures of spring flowers is a good way for motivation to dream and design for new beginnings this year.
I'm glad you could join us again at Mosaic Monday Glenda and share some spring beauties.

Donna said...

I would love your forecast....means warmer temps for us as we are below zero and have not been above 20 for over a month. Stay warm.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Thanks for all the beautiful spring blooms Glenda. I'll send some of our mild weather out your way:-)

Cheryl said...

Oh my goodness.... it is in the 70's here and I am wearing a sweater! How do you cope with the cold??? I think I'd be crying... literally crying my eyes out in that cold!
big WARM hug!

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

Lucky you…It is -17' in central NY this morning and tomorrow morn!