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Thursday, January 5, 2012

The Snow Arrived . . .


 


the
wind roared
flakes flew
we all
snuggled
in
for
a long
new year
nap

 
 

the
thistle feeders
were busy
with
the
finch
families 



the
winds
calmed
the
birds
stayed



all
is
well


7 comments:

Jill said...

What pretty pictures and beautiful words to go with them. Great post, Lynne!

TexWisGirl said...

brrr! but it is time, i suppose!

my finches have not been eating the thistle this year. i've heard that from 2 different bloggers as well. mine have been eating the sunflower seeds like crazy but passing up the nyjer seed!

Retired Knitter said...

Oh my wonderful pictures. Thank you for visiting my blog. Hope to see you there again.

Glad to have found another "winter person".

Rain said...

Lynne-beautiful snow !! and the birds are wonderful-we have had so few this year so far-very unusual for us -even the neighbors aren't having any. They say its because the weather has been crazy-we've had 4 big storms with over a foot of snow a couple times and right now we have none!! very strange for Maine! Take care~~Rain

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

I am loving checking out all the snow pics! Those birdies in the snow are precious!!!
xo, misha

Check out Amy's pics in Norway!!

http://eventyrhus.blogspot.com/2012/01/so-we-got-little-snow.html

Amy said...

Hi Lynne, so nice to "meet" you! Thanks for visiting my blog and saying hi! Your blog post reminded me that I need to get bird feed out in my feeders, I always think about it at times where I don´t have time to fill it!!

We´ve had such a weird winter but finally the snow is here and I hope it stays, I´d rather have snow then icy rain in the winter!!! Did you have snow for Christmas or did the snow just come with the New Year?

Hugs from Amy in Norway :-)))

GardenofDaisies said...

Your snow is beautiful! I wish we would get some. It just doesn't seem like winter.