Thursday, November 27, 2014

Snow and a Christmas project

I know it's Thanksgiving for our American neighbors and I'd like to wish you all the best of days spent with family and friends. Here in northern NB, Canada, it's beginning to look like Christmas.
The snow didn't stop the birds from visiting the feeders though.

I stayed in for most of the day,wrapping something I need to take with me this weekend, making a Christmas arrangement for my front step,  and making chicken soup.

I've added some battery powered lights for night time.
Once the snow let up to flurries this afternoon, I went out to do a little shoveling around the walks and the steps. My husband will take the snow blower to the rest tonight.
It is hard not to find enjoyment in the pretty views despite the fact that it's not even winter yet. The Mountain Ash with the red berries and the snow against the backdrop of  fir trees is so beautiful!

I will be away from the blog until mid week next week. We're combining a doctor's appointment in another city with a visit to my sons. It should be interesting; they're bringing home a new puppy tomorrow and their first one isn't a year old yet. They are our grand puppies and since we have no grand children, I'm sure you'll be seeing some pics next week.

Enjoy your weekend!


Dolores said...

Oh my, you'll have a lot of puppy fun ahead of you. Your Front porch Christmas decoration is very colourful.

Mereknits said...

Have a wonderful trip.
Hug a puppy for me.