Tuesday, February 9, 2010

a snowy day in Cincinnati

Yes, it's snowing again in Cincinnati! It is so pretty when you don't have to drive anywhere--a good thing since we can't even see our street today.

I think I'll make a nice pot of chili for dinner, light a fire in the fireplace, and then work on packaging the new charts.

Who knows, maybe when I'm through, I'll do some stitching. I just need to find my new sewing case....I wonder where it is...

10 comments:

Margaret said...

We're supposed to finally get some substantial snow here too. It'll be the first real snowfall (I don't count anything under 4 inches as substantial) this year! Enjoy the snowiness!

Paula C. said...

It looks absolutely beautiful where you live! Looks like you have a lovely place to sit out and stitch in the summer too =)

dixiesamplar said...

LOL! How funny, Ellen??!! What a beautiful view too...I am southern born and bred, so snow and I don't mix well! LOL!

I wanted to thank you as well for the "Petit Sampling Etuis" pattern you designed...it made a wonderful gift for my best friend, Michelle!

HAPPY STITCHIN'
Terri

Deb said...

We're finally going to get some show here in Michigan! Between 6 and 10 inches. I'm actually looking forward to it as I'm getting tired of the brown grass!!

Jennifer said...

The snow is beautiful!
Hope your pantry is full!!! Sounds like you are going to get more of it too.

We still are just getting rain this week. Wished it would snow about 8 inches here.

Jennifer
North Georgia

Nancy said...

Gorgeous snowy pictures! Chili sounds like the perfect meal.

Jules said...

Ok, as much as I hate the cold weather that is associated with the "frozen north", I am starting to feel a bit envious for all of you getting all of that wonderful snow!

Stay warm!!

Chrissie said...

Beautiful photos but oh so cold!! Funny, here in Queensland Australia we are still sweltering in Summer heat!!

Chrissie

Karan said...

It puts the few inches we've had here in the UK into perspective. Chilli & a fire... bliss! :0)

Michelle said...

Thanks for the beautiful snowy pics - I wish I could be there :)