Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Wordless Wednesday-One Year Later

The first picture is of last night's full moon (known, depending on your source, as Oak Moon Cold Moon Frost Moon, Long Night's Moon, or Moon Before Yule according to Wikipedia). the rest of the photos are from last December.






15 comments:

Joycee said...

Cozy, wonderful, HOME!

ELLOUISESTORY said...

Beautiful! A home for the holidays and every day.

Cathy said...

I know your kids have to love coming over during the holidays. Did you see the rainbow on your way home from work today! Al said it was beautiful in Charleston.
Is that Santa or Larry coming down the chimney?

Granny Sue said...

It is cozy here, joycee. I wish all of my blog friends could come and gather round the fire with us.

Granny Sue said...

Ellouse, sometimes I can just picture you here. One day that will happen!

Granny Sue said...

Cathy, they do love it. And so do I. I especially like seeing the grandkids get into the way things were when their dads were young.

Cathy said...

Sorry about my blog! Al has been playing around with it. It's going to take me hours to fix it!

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Janet, said...

I'm shivering just looking at your pictures, I think we're going to have a cold winter.

Nessa said...

Very nice. The last one is so warm.

Name That Christmas Song

Granny Sue said...

Aw, Janet, it was a lot colder by now last year--we'd already had a couple snows, remember? This year is taking its time--maybe the cold stuff will hold off until January.

Nessa, the man likes to keep the place warm! So warm that we're often opening doors in winter :-) My hot flashes don't help much either.

Jai Joshi said...

You're right. That moon says it all.

Thanks,

Jai

Granny Sue said...

It was so lovely, I had to pull off the road to catch a picture, Jai. I'm glad I did because it's been rainy and cold ever since.

Jaime said...

The moon was beautiful last night. She sat between my juniper vase and blue wine bottle draped in icicle lights in my kitchen window last night. She was the most beautiful addition to my already ornate window.

Granny Sue said...

lovely, Jaime. I would have been spellbound.

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