Holiday Cheer

Well, we looked at the weather report yesterday and decided it would not be a good idea to drive to Fayetteville, so we're not going to be at the Dalton family Christmas party tonight, which kinda stinks.

On the other hand, the four of us are home safe and warm, with plenty of groceries (and birdseed), a working internet connection, and one of the most beautiful snows I've ever seen keeping anything else from happening. It's like God called time out for us.

Apparently all I needed was a foot and a half of snow to cheer me up.



100_2472.JPGI scattered seed on the porch rail, and the Dark-eyed Juncos and White-throated Sparrows have been digging for it all morning.

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One of the local Cardinals joins in.

100_2474.JPGOne cold crow.

100_2475.JPGIt's a good day to be where we are. Here's hoping that's true for you, too.


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