Granted.. it’s nothing like what is going on in
the eastern side of the USA right now, but talk about
slippery and cold. The wind is blowing the snow so
much that it looks foggy out. I found myself out among
the other shoppers today and I must say everyone was
shopping by the cartful. The woman in front if me spent
over $400. and I was sure glad it was her and not ME!! Smile
Took this pic of the decorations covered in snow. This town
has the only garland around that is REAL evergreen. I have
seen it last way into March before it begins to fade because
of the cold temps. Not only does it look great.. it smells divine
while you are shopping the local streets.

(click these for better view)

Tomorrow I will be baking some for more plates I have to deliver this
next week. When I looked at my list I realized I didn’t have nearly what
I was going to need so back to the kitchen I go. Mom commented that she
was glad she wasn’t home to be tempted to eat them all. I have brought
her a few samples but they frown on that where she is. Once in a great while, I think, is plain


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7 responses »

  1. A sample is not bad and it’s Christmas time, she needs the pleasure. Loved your pictures. We got lots of snow today. I finished my shopping yesterday. Now got to get it wrapped. not complaining I love it all. Hugs to you and your Mom. Patsy

  2. Truly beautiful photos my friend, I don’t know if we’re goint to get a white Christmas here or not but I think it’s safe to say that there’s some places is the east that will get more than they bargained for.

  3. Looks llke it’s truly christmas where you are. Snow, evergreens…. wonderful. Here in Houston, I never get used to the season with out the snow and the cold. How can Santa’s sleigh work where with out snow?? There are some things I do miss from the North… snow at Christmas is one of them…

  4. It’s all what we are use too and geared for.We got a foot of snow a couple days ago, but my old home town in Valdez Alaska got 70 inches in one 2 day storm!I like to see the store fronts like in that mid photo, reminds me of my midwestern roots :)Hugs from a very cold Alaska

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