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Pardon the silence…

Pardon the silence…

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…it’s been still and quiet on this blog…

 

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…the silence of a 6 inches deep snowy morning South of the Mason Dixon line…

 

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It’s a beautiful silence.

wpid-2015-02-24-12.12.50.jpg.jpegWe know.  We’re ridiculous about snow down here.

 

Ivory Jewel would like to clarify that not only is she an inside cat, she is a Southern inside cat.  Life should be warm and dry.

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And the world should not be blanketed in a shade whiter than her.

 

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Everything here is backed up rump-to-rump sharing body heat.

Except me and my Farmer…honey could you please sit still for two seconds?

 

No, no he won’t.  He is a go-bot from the Midwest.

He doth smirk at Southern snow.

 

And I…

I stop everything for snow.

 

Hope you are warm and dry most of the time!

Best,
Emily Grace

 

 

14 Responses to “Pardon the silence…”

  1. Sandy Fopiano

    Hi Emily and “Farmer” —
    Hope you are staying warm.
    The pictures are beautiful, Emily — I look forward to your blog —
    I’m leaving in the morning for Nancy & Glenn’s. Been trying to get there for days — the weather just wouldn’t cooperate.
    Take care, you two
    Hugs for Buddy !!
    Love
    Sandy

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    • Emily Grace

      Hi Sandy!
      I hope you all had a great visit together! Buddy appreciates you sending some extra lovin’!

      I hope you are doing well. We are enjoying the late winter days that feel like spring already!

      Best,
      eg

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  2. Lisa

    Your photos are beautiful. Hope you are digging out okay! Does it work to drink hot “sweet tea” when it’s snowing in the South?

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    • Emily Grace

      Ha! Funny, Lisa! Yes, it does help. I have a variety of Celestial Seasons peach tea that is just wonderful warm when it’s cold outside.

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  3. Anne Wheaton

    What a beautiful silence.
    I love that first moment when I wake and realise that everywhere is quiet and ridiculously can’t wait to look out at the snow. I get way too excited by just a small flurry of snowflakes.

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  4. Jean

    Meanwhile 350 km. north of the Canada US border, we riding on 10-17 degrees C weather …very warm.

    And waiting if another snowstorm will sack us by end of Apr. It’s bound to happen here in the prairies.

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