Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Year Greetings


From Our House to Yours......Happy New Year!!




This photo was taken on a snowy evening, a couple weeks before Christmas, when we received a foot of snow in 24 hours! Much of it melted before the holidays, but enough was left on the ground to give us a white Christmas. It is snowing again now, as I write, with more snow in the forecast for the next several days. Tonight we are attending a New Year's Eve gathering with friends, but tomorrow I look forward to settling in next to the wood stove, and browsing the huge stack of gardening catalogs just waiting for me. It will be a day well spent.


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My best wishes to everyone for a great Year in 2010....and your best garden ever!




14 comments:

FlowerLady said...

May 2010 be all that you hope it will be and more. May your gardens give you much joy in their beauty.

Love, peace, health, light and many blessings for the new year.

FlowerLady

Cat said...

Your pic is so festive and wonderland-ish! I love your idea of how to spend New Years Day. I've already ordered from Fedco because something I wanted was in short supply. I will puruse the rest of the catalogs tomorrow too!
Enjoy yourself!

Kim and Victoria said...

Sounds like a great way to spend the first day of the year. Happy reading!

Chris said...

Lovely photo. Wishing you a blessed 2010.

Miranda Bell said...

Have a very Happy New Year by the fire browsing your catalogues - sounds like an excellent start - we've also had snow here and more cold weather on the way for next week... best wishes Miranda

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Oh, what a pretty picture Connie with the snow and the glow of the green light. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a wonderful new year.

Meems said...

Blessings and good wishes for you and your family in 2010, Connie. It looks very cold where you are. I can imagine you curled up by a fire with your seed catalogs happily enjoying your new year.
Meems

em said...

very pretty with the green light on the house and the snow falling. i'm hibernating!

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philippines homes said...

The view was something lovely:-)

Deirdre G

O.I.M said...

great picture, connie. Have a great 2010.
irena

Suzanne said...

such a lovely picture! Have a wonderful new year!

lisa said...

Hope you're enjoying the new year and the fun garden planning! Very cool snow picture! *~<];-)

Jan (Thanks For Today) said...

I haven't been by to say hello in so long, and now that I'm here, you haven't blogged for a while. If you get this, I hope all is well with you and yours. We are buried in 3 ft. of snow with more on the way. It's a crazy winter!