Weekly Photo Challenge: Warmth

WarmCollage

I’m thinking the ‘warmth’ of our December weather has things confused. Irises are coming up, the goats are enjoying the outside, there is no snow to be seen, and the temperature is steadily running in the upper 40’s or low 50’s? Is this really December in New England? I’m just guessing, but I don’t think there will be a wood pellet shortage this year. šŸ™‚

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15 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Warmth

  1. sue harvey says:

    We had hyacinths on the table for Christmas day! West Michigan. Cold coming for new years eve tho

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  2. It has been a very strange year for weather this year….we had such a long warm autumn that today was one of the first days that the world was gripped with frost….sprinkled with white glitter and frozen puddles….i had almost forgotten how pretty the cold is when the sun shines šŸ™‚

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  3. pbmgarden says:

    Enjoy the warmth! The goats are so cute.

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  4. quarksire says:

    wowza…….snowin here ..have a splendid new yearzz šŸ™‚ šŸ˜Ž .. enjoy ur warmth šŸ˜€

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  6. I just posted about how warm it’s been too Judy… sure beats the alternative five feet of snow that we could have!

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  8. We too have had a mild spell ….the cold came early in the fall, the mild spell with the arrival of official winter. Well….it’s not over yet; we’ll see šŸ™‚

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  9. Midwestern Plant Girl says:

    It sure has been nice here also. Our Iris aren’t that mixed up tho! šŸ˜€

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  10. I especially liked this ‘the true meaning of Christmas which is not a bag from a store at the mall but rather an opportunity to connect with friends.’
    This year I faced a very, ‘disappointed’ was her word, relative when I told her we were not doing gifts this year other than our immediate family. My kidults have had large expenses recently, my son having entered the home buyer world of debt and my daughter the rental world of debt. We were still having a family gathering which I thought was the best part of Christmas. She threw an adult tantrum of a kind and then told me she was returning to the store gifts she had purchased for her niece and nephew as they wouldn’t be buying her gifts. Whatever happened to giving without receiving?

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  11. Grandma Kc says:

    Well since you’ve mentioned the pellet shortage recently I am extra glad you are having nice weather — at least nice for you and this time of year. It should be interesting to see what happens next! It is not exactly warm here but I am NOT complaining!

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  12. Joyce says:

    We’ve had a few very unseasonable days too, but today it is bitterly cold and there are snow flakes. I’ll take this over last year, though! Your goats are so cute!

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