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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Walking in a winter wonderland....


I don't have much time for journaling this week as my research paper is due on Friday and will need to be presented (along with PowerPoint presentation) on Monday and I have a test this week as well....BUT I just could not pass up posting one of my favorite winter photos. This isn't my house now, as we have been having 70 degree days here but was taken at my last house. Hopefully this will get you in the holiday spirit!


12 comments:

  1. Just lovely. I have been reading but also running constantly so haven't had time to comment. Wonderful picture and wonderful previous posts. :)

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  2. Beautiful photo. Good luck with your test and presentation..
    :)

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  3. Oh, that is beautiful. I miss the snow when I see scenes like that from the comfort of my balmy 74 degree home. And then I remember shoveling the sidewalks...

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  4. Great picture! Wishing you the best on your paper!

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  5. Yeah, Christmas time in the south, whatcha gonna do? We pray for snow, and know it's hit or miss....mostly miss.

    Good luck on the paper! I'm sure you'll ace it!

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  6. Awesome photo! It does put me in the holiday mood :)

    I am proud of you for the hard work you're doing. I thought about you tonight taking those classes, the thought popped into my head as I was cleaning the kitchen????? Not sure why!!

    Maybe I was wishing I was out of the kitchen and in school!

    Ha! But with all you have on your plate already, I feel that doing something important for your mind and soul is commendable, essential, & I applaud you for it.

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  7. Work hard, girl...and you're almost finished decorating TOO????? What a woman you are. I want to be you when I grow up!!lol.....Suzanne

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  8. Hey, thanks for stopping by the blog! Yeah, I've got Hasimoto's...they thought it was thyroid cancer because the antibodies were so high. Praise God it wasn't. But it is a pain. Your meds change every six months or so, and they gotta test your blood when you start feeling yucky again. But your DD is young, she will deal with it great because she was diagnosed early and has a great mama like you.

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  9. Beautiful picture! It certainly gives you the sense of peace that is Christmas! Hugs to you, dear friend!

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