Life Happenings... | Rosie's Ramblings

Life Happenings...

Some pictures from our snowy days, here in Wesleytown.
As usual, we have more still more snow.


“Come along inside... We'll see if tea and buns can make the world a better place.”

The Wind In The Willows


Out the window...


Making origami creations, for and with the little ladies.
Aimaija wanted a "Ladybug family", Celeisa an "Elephant family", and Sophia chose the "Bird family"... so cute.


Sorting seeds, and looking forward to spring, and gardening!

::Outside::


Aimaija makes a snowman!


The snow is now knee-deep!


If we look out in afternoon, or early morning, we can often see deer out here.


Or, out there... there were two of them that spent a whole afternoon, digging in the snow..


Woodpile.

14 comments :

  1. The wood pile is stacked tall & wide here also! I love the smell of fresh cut wood...I'm enjoying Eyes of Wonder on Facebook lately! :)

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  2. How lovely! I admit to be in the seed dreaming stage, not even up to sorting!

    blessings,

    elizabeyta

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  3. We have the same amount of snow here....piles and piles! :) I am quite ready for spring to arrive! Lovely pictures you have there!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  4. I love the new look of your blog!

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  5. I wish we had snow here, it looks so beautiful and I missed the small amount of snow we had here.

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  6. We have piles of snow here as well! I do believe that tea and buns definitely make the world a better place. Much love being sent your way! Raquel XOxoxooxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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  7. Love the seeds. I knit, crochet, sew, bake etc, but I have NEVER learned how to grow anything. Where does a complete beginner start? I'd love some tips.

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  8. Rosie

    The snow looks so pretty, even though you're probably dreaming of summer. It's summer here and hot, 31 degs today, I'm looking at your pictures, wishing I was there!

    Cathy

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  9. Hello dear Rosie, I live in the french alps and these year with have no snow!!!!!
    All is green near my home, it smelt like spring!!!
    Many blessing from over the sea (such a pleasure for me to read you)

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  10. Rosie,

    Our snow is finally melting...I actually have seen grass in our yard! Imagine!

    Lovely origami, my Emily is recovering from a fever and cough and is bored today and is occupying herself with origami!

    Have a lovely weekend!

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  11. Happy Birthday! May the year ahead be a blessed one for you, Rosie! I so enjoy visiting your blog, and your momma's as well.

    God bless you,

    Kelly in MN

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  12. Dear Rosie,
    I love to watch the photographs and read your lines about your daily life! You and your family lives such a wonderful life, wish it was me...
    Greetings from Norway

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  13. My dear friend,
    Thank you for you sweet note, my mother and I so enjoy reading your updates...we too are getting out our seeds, inspirational books, and making big plans for this yrs flower/veg. garden!
    Your snow pictures are beautiful :)

    My family sends their warmest greetings~
    Your sister in Christ,
    Mia

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  14. Your blog is so warm and inviting. I love the little origami creations! So cute!

    God bless,
    Ashleigh

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