Monday, January 23, 2017

January's Patchwork

There has been a little bit of "this-n-that" going on lately, and I'll just share a few pictures with you of our January's patchwork...


I was the lucky recipient of a generous giveaway by the lovely Barbara who blogs at Small Moments. When the lovingly wrapped package arrived, the glorious aroma of dried lavender tucked into the package just added to the joy of opening the package full of gorgeous quilting fabric, and an assortment of ribbons and lace, accompanied by a sweet card from Barbara.  This package made its way across the ocean from England, and was a lovely delight to receive.  Thank you Barbara, I plan to get busy soon with a project I have in mind for the fabrics.  :)

 
A little winter boredom taking place... Mr. Simba thought it would be fun to tear up some paper for a little excitement.


My six baby chicks that my husband and I rescued back in December are growing so fast, and already I have integrated them with the rest of my flock. Can you believe I now have 30 chickens (28 hens, and 2 roosters)? I can hardly believe it myself.  I can tell you that when I got into having chickens, I had no idea I would one day own so many... they have a way of multiplying! And I love and have each one named too!


Mr. Sal does NOT like the snow.  He comes out for a minute or two, and heads right back into the coop.  He tells me in no uncertain terms just how much he dislikes the snow.



Two dogs who love the snow.  They have "snow" much fun outside in the snow.  The best part, they don't have to run inside for a drink, they just grab a mouthful of snow and keep playing.


Miss Eleanor will come out of the coop if I lay straw down for her.  She seems to enjoy being outside the coop, digging in the straw and snow.


We have often driven by this deserted church in a local community.  I always feel so sad when I see it.  It is such a beautiful building, and it is sad to see it so deserted and neglected.  It looked particularly lovely with the snow covering its roof on this clear and gloriously cold winter day.


Another view of the deserted church.



The extreme cold we have had caused the river to almost freeze over.  I had never seen this river get this close to freezing over.  


You might think it was a lovely warm day with such bright blue skies.  But don't let that fool you.  The temps in this picture were close to 0!


We have had 2-3 weeks of below zero temperatures for most of that time.  The nicest thing about the bitter cold though was that the sun shone gloriously every day.


I put out this big block of birdseed for the turkeys.  With such bitter cold temperatures, there wasn't much for them to eat, and I've had large numbers of turkeys visiting the block.


Every morning at daybreak the turkeys begin their happy chatter, along with Sal and Pepper, my roosters.  Even when I would like to sleep in a little longer, I am compelled to get out of bed thanks to my faithful bird "alarm clocks", lol!


Two dogs with a bit of winter boredom, wrestling and rough-housing in the house where it was warm and cozy.  The dogs love the snow, but with the minus degree weather we had, they too liked to stay inside where it was warm.



Beautifully cold light.


I never, ever cease to be amazed at the glorious world that is all around me.


Lots of walks with Annie, as I bundled up like a little Eskimo to stay warm, with beautiful scenes like this to warm my heart as we walked.


One of the turkeys hanging around... turkeys, like chickens, are quite mean to each other.  See the bright red on her neck, this is where she has been pecked by other turkeys.  It happens so often, and while I hate to see it, I know there is nothing I can do to change nature's way.


A snow draped fence.


And the highlight to our January so far... the newest addition to our home.  Our son has always wanted an Australian shepherd dog.  His best friend's grandparents had a litter of sweet Australian shepherd's, and his heart was stolen by this sweet little girl.


After a long day of work on Saturday (my son works repairing logging trucks when he is not in college), he went to pick up this sweet little girl.  Meet our sweet little Riley.


Is she not the most adorable little thing you ever saw?  Oh, we are all so taken with her.


Here's the funny part.  My son has taken upon himself all responsibility for her care, except of course when he is not at college or working.  Taking care of a puppy is no small feat.  They require almost constant attention.  She is his responsibility when he is home.  And my husband and I have our first taste of feeling what granddoggy-parents feel like.  We are just sitting back, and enjoying our son taking care of all the chores that come with a sweet little puppy, and getting to enjoy the sweet moments while he takes care of all the "chores".  I love it!


And after my son gave Riley her first bath, and then needed a shower himself,  I sat in my rocking chair, wrapped Riley snugly in a warm towel, and patted and rocked and sang her to sleep after a bit of a traumatic event.  She had never experienced a bath before.  It wasn't long before she stopped crying and fell fast asleep.  Such a precious moment for both of us.


And poor Roger is just heartbroken.  Both he and Annie have required a lot of love and extra attention since Riley made her entrance.  They keep sniffing her, trying to figure out who she is.  Within a few hours, they graciously accepted her presence, and Roger keeps trying to play with her, while Annie tries to protect her from Roger's playful attempts... and so the fun continues.  But if Roger could speak, I know he would simply say "why"?... lol!

And so that is just a bit of this-n-that from our January so far.  It has started to warm up this week, and the snow is melting quickly.  Our January thaw is here and in full swing, and the days are getting longer, and warmer too.  It won't be long before it will be time to think about planting... how quickly the seasons move along.  I just try to enjoy the beautiful and glorious in each one.

How has your January been going?

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  1. It looks like your January has been interesting. There is much to see and do. Oh my goodness, I love that sweet little puppy ... so precious and cuddly. I hope that you are enjoying a warm and cosy evening. Hugs ♥ Teri

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    1. Riley is curled up by my feet now as I type, so precious! Appreciate your visit Teri, hugs to you today :)

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  2. What a fun post- Love your package of fabrics. It will be fun to see what you do with those....and that puppy----oh my gosh....has there ever been a cuter puppy? She is just sooo sweet. I don't think I have ever heard of a DOG named ROGER before. lol
    Have a good week, my sweet friend. xo Diana

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    1. Riley has certainly wiggled her way into our hearts! She is a darling little cuddler too. Now she is curled around my feet :) Nope, I had never heard of a dog named Roger either. We got him from the shelter, and tried to rename him, but he would not respond, so.... we were stuck with his name, lol! Have a good week too my friend :)

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  3. Sounds like you've had a busy January. I look forward to seeing what project you do with the fabric!
    My boys would be so jealous of all those turkey. ;)
    That church needs life...a new owner. Its hard to see it empty. It is a very pretty church!
    Glad you are still enjoying walks even in the snow and cold. I walked to the mailbox today and slid with each step due to thick mud. It was quite the workout! Lol. I am ready for Spring! :)

    That puppy is soooo cute! Oh and I bet the cuddles are the best! Glad Roger has finally accepted her, but I'm sure he's wondering what the heck! Have both him and Annie turned back into puppies as well?!
    All is well here. Tired of the cold and the snow.
    Have a delightful week my friend!
    Hugs, Amy

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    1. Ooh, that mud, that sounds awful. We are getting snow again today, so I am thankful for that, I am not quite ready for mud yet, lol! Oh yes, little Riley is just precious, I am enjoying her sweet cuddles so much. The two dogs are not sure quite what to make of her really. They just kind of keep their distance still. I think once she gets bigger they will have fun playing together.

      Appreciate your visit so much, hugs to you today :)

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  4. The patchwork material is so pretty! I'll look forward to seeing what you make with it. :)

    Riley is SO cute! Our son's family has a miniature Australian Shepherd. They are adorable!

    I enjoyed viewing all of the lovely snow pictures, but reading about the zero and below temps made me think of our son's family who live in Maine. When it gets to 20 degrees F he thinks he's having a heat wave. :-) You must feel much the same way.

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    1. Yes, we do feel the same here, when it warms up to the 20s, it feels so good! It has been staying in the 30s lately and that has been really nice. We are getting some snow today, really enjoying that. Little Riley is cuddled up by my feet as I write, so sweet. Hugs to you today :)

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  5. I loved all your 'this and that's!' You live in beautiful country but I can't even imagine it being that cold. brrrr...I was surprised that the wild turkeys can live in such freezing temps. Little Riley is precious, I can see how the other dogs might be a little jealous and it's great that they are beginning to accept her.

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    1. Yes, sometimes I worry about the turkeys in the bitter cold, but they do seem to be survivors, amazingly. The dogs are still not quite sure what to think of Riley, but things have returned a bit to normal around our home since she upset the apple cart when she came home Saturday, lol. Our cat seems to be the most upset about it all. In time, we think they will all get along :)

      Hugs to you today :)

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  6. We have had a mild winter here in Pennsylvania so far. We have two roosters and 16 hens. I love them and appreciate the wonderful eggs.

    Your little grand-pup is darling!

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    1. Oh wow, that is a good amount of chickens and roosters! That seemed like a good number to me last year, but somehow my flock has increased! Crazy how fast that happens. Glad that you have had a mild winter. We are getting snow here again today, for which I'm glad for. It's still January after all, and the more snow we get, the better chance we have in the summer of a lower wildfire risk.

      Hugs to you today, appreciate your visit :)

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  7. Always such lovely photos!
    Such a cute pup, too.
    Hope you're having a lovely week.
    Laura

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    1. Thank you Laura, appreciate your visit! Have a lovely week yourself, it sounds like a busy one ahead for you :)

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  8. I am always filled with delight when I gaze upon your beautiful photos of the landscape in which you live; breathtaking! I can't believe you know all your chickens by name; how do you do it?? Oh, Riley is so sweet. There is nothing more wonderful than a brand new li'l puppy.

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    1. It has been fun naming all the chickens, but if I add to the flock any more, it surely will be a bit more tricky! We are enjoying little Riley so much, she is asleep at my feet right now, so precious. No, the only thing more precious than a new puppy would be a new baby, and that isn't happening, lol! We are enjoying the puppy cuddles very much :) Hugs to you today dear friend!

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  9. So glad the packet arrived safely...it almost seems strange to see a photo of it way across the ocean!
    What a pretty puppy, you will all have lots of fun playing with her.

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    1. I imagine that does seem rather strange! It was so marvelous to unwrap and enjoy something from you, from so far away! Such a blessing! I hope to get busy playing with the fabric soon... and yes, we are certainly enjoying the playful times with little Riley :)

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  10. Awww Riley is adorable...our German Shepherd,Coffee, does not like the snow, nope, no way, giggling.

    Beautiful photos...smiles

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    1. Annie is part husky, so the snow just lights up her world, lol! We are getting some snow today, loving it! I'm not ready for winter to be over yet :) Hugs to you today dear friend!

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  11. Such great variety in this post and all so lovely. The chickens are wise to stay inside in that cold. You are doing great service for the turkeys. That pup is adorable!

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    1. Yes, I enjoy feeding the turkeys, I know there is not much out there for them to eat, and they are quite entertaining. And we are surely enjoying all the cuddles with little Riley, and her entertaining ways, so fun :) Hugs to you today! Hope you stay warm and cozy during the storm with no power outages!

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  12. I love catching up wth you!! That puppy is just the sweetest. I want a snuggle! Stay warm my friend.

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    1. We are definitely enjoying all the snuggles and puppy kisses :)

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  13. Such a beautiful puppy!! Our dear, precious Paige is an Australian Shepherd. We miss her so terribly! Your son will LOVE this dog, if she is anything at all like our Miss Paige. She is the sweetest, most humble, loving dog we had ever owned and the thing Kevin, Zach, and I miss most about our old life. I am so thankful all is well with you, sweet friend, and I trust you will continue to enjoy your January! Sending you love and hugs!

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    1. Oh dear Paige, I do remember her, and she was such a beautiful dog, I know you must miss her so! Such a sacrifice to leave her behind, but I know it was in her best interest to stay in her own home environment. We are enjoying little Riley, she is a sweet entertainer :) Hugs to you today!

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  14. I enjoy your photos so very much, from chickens, turkeys to puppies and of course the beautiful snow photos. I love your two dogs who are accepting the new puppy.

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    1. They are all quite a crew around here, lots of laughs and sweet cuddles :) Hugs to you today :)

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  15. LOVE ALL OF THESE PHOTOS!!! Made me smile and rejoice. THANK YOU!!!

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures! So happy you stopped by for a visit, I'm happy to meet you! Hugs to you today :)

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  16. Oh that puppy is so sweet! I don't blame Roger though for wondering why Annie keeps trying to protect the puppy from him. ;) Our Caesar still wants to be out in the snow, no matter what the temperature outside is. Even when we were below zero, I had to resort to bribes to get him to come in. He got ever so upset when I was limiting his time outside because I did not want him to freeze. He would just pout and give me those looks like "Hey Mom, I'm part wolf you know...I can handle it". ;)

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    1. LOL, we wonder if Annie may have some wolf in her line somewhere, because she loves to get out and just howl on a tall snowbank, it is so funny to watch. She absolutely loves the snow, and just rolls around in it. So funny to watch. I know she and your Caesar would have a blast together, lol! Hugs to you today dear friend :)

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  17. Oh, that puppy makes me want one! She is so adorable! I know I can't have one, but I would love to just hold that cuddly little bundle of fur and love. Thank you for sharing her with us (or was it a he?) I love the snow scenes and the chickens and turkeys, etc., but I am thankful we are only "suffering" with temps in the 40's in the morning, warming up in the 70's during the day...that is our winter so far! (in Florida). I will enjoy your winter from a distance. Thank you for sharing it with us! Stay safe and warm!!!

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    1. She is so cute, we are enjoying all the cute entertainment she is providing, lol! I understand how you are enjoying our weather here from afar, as I too like to enjoy your gorgeous Florida pictures from here too :) That is the joy of having friends around the country :) Hugs to you today dear friend!

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  18. I always enjoy your beautiful pictures . The one if the deserted church is gorgeous. Hugs and blessings , Cindy

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    1. Thank you Cindy, a joy to have you visit! Appreciate your kind words. Have a blessed Sunday! :)

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  19. Oh, what a cute little Riley!! And I loved the pics of the church.

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    1. It is a beautiful old church, with windows busted out and generally run down, so sad. Appreciate your visit! Have a wonderful Sunday :)

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  20. Hi Marilyn,
    I got the chills reading your post, so cold!!! We haven't had any below 0 weather and I'm. So grateful as I am chilled to the bone most of the time. Looking forward to warm temps but now I feel like I have no right to complain!!

    Your sons pup is adorable. What a sweet face. Her markings are beautiful!! You'll all have a ball!!

    Hope you'll post what you create from your quilting package. How nice to receive such goodies!! Enjoy!
    Xo
    Linda

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    1. Oh, I hate that feeling of being chilled to the bone! Maybe its time to convince your husband that you need to take a trip south to some warmer weather, lol! Our weather is definitely warming up here, and longer days too. Spring is not far away :)

      Yes, I hope to next week work on a little project I have in mind for the gorgeous quilting fabric. It will be fun :) Hugs to you today dear friend!

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  21. Hi Marilyn,
    I got the chills reading your post, so cold!!! We haven't had any below 0 weather and I'm. So grateful as I am chilled to the bone most of the time. Looking forward to warm temps but now I feel like I have no right to complain!!

    Your sons pup is adorable. What a sweet face. Her markings are beautiful!! You'll all have a ball!!

    Hope you'll post what you create from your quilting package. How nice to receive such goodies!! Enjoy!
    Xo
    Linda

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  22. Hi Marilyn,
    A sweetheart for sure. Oh my, I just love the story about you rocking her to sleep.
    I always enjoy your photos. You live in a lovely part of the USA.

    I noticed the flag on the church.

    Carla

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    1. Riley is so cute, full of fun entertainment for us! And yes, that flag on the church was just put there recently, not sure if it was a Jewish church or what the history is. It is sad to see the building so deserted. The building is also for sale. Appreciate your visits as always :) Hugs to you, have a blessed Sunday!

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  23. Did you ever think you'd see abandoned/closed churches? A couple of country churches in our area have closed due to congregations dwindling, it makes me sad.
    I'd love to try chickens in our yard but not sure if allowed, the benefits of fresh eggs and beneficial manure is tempting to check out the possibility.
    Your new grandpup girl is adorable and yes a lot of work for the first 2-3 years but who doesn't love a puppy's antics! Glad your dogs have accepted her and will hopefully help do some of the training.

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    1. This church has been abandoned for many years. I do not know any of its history, but it is sad to see an abandoned and deserted church.

      Fresh eggs is definitely a plus with chickens, but I think more than that, I enjoy their funny personalities, and just watching them is great entertainment, lol.

      We are enjoying little Riley so much, she is full of sweet puppy kisses and snuggles and lots of funny moments. So fun :) Hugs to you today! Have a blessed Sunday :)

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  24. Hi Marilyn! Your photos of the outdoors are so pretty! I'd never guess that it was so cold. I wouldn't want to come out of my coop either. Brrr. Congratulations on the new addition to your family! Your little puppy is so adorable. That will certainly add some needed sunshine to your cold cold days.
    Blessings,
    Ceil

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    1. It was definitely nice having the beautiful sunlight with all of the cold. Our temps have warmed up, and with it, cloudy, overhanging skies, not as pretty. It seems it is one or the other, lol! Yes, little Riley is just precious, we are enjoying her cute antics so much :) Hugs to you today! Have a blessed Sunday :)

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  25. A new puppy! How fun. He is very cute. All your pictures are very fun. I love the cold sunshiny days - they are so beautiful. We have had quite a lot of them this year too but recently it has been a lot warmer and sometimes rather gray. The old church building is picturesque. It reminds me a bit of the church building of my childhood (we built a new one several years back).

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    1. We love the cold sunshiny days too, the gray warmer days are back, lol. I love old church buildings, and find it sad that this one is so deserted and run down. It is now for sale. Always appreciate your visit Abbi! Have a blessed Sunday :)

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  26. Marilyn, Riley is so adorable! She must have loved being cuddled after her bath. Have a lovely evening!

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    1. Sweet puppy cuddles have been a highlight around here of late, lol! She has stolen our hearts with her cuteness :) Hugs to you dear friend!

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  27. Oh...your dogs are funny and the cat, too!
    I'm feeling the same way. Ready for some outside running around (still have two feet of solid ice on the ground).

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    1. 2 feet of ice, oh my goodness, what a mess come spring! And dangerous to get around. We have a lot of ice here, but not that much. Appreciate your visit my friend, have a blessed Sunday!

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  28. Thanks for stopping by my blog and adding me to your roll. I've added you to mine too. Your new puppy is cute and I will enjoy see your mountain pictures. I've been to the Sawtooth's and love that area.

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    1. Yes, we do live in such a beautiful area, we never cease to be amazed at the beauty afforded us here. I love your photography, and am happy we are blogging friends! Hugs to you today, have a blessed Sunday :)

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  29. your menagerie of animals made me smile inside on this dreary and drab afternoon. and for that i say thank you, friend!

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    1. You are welcome dear friend, glad for the smile it brought to your face, our faces have certainly been full of smiles and giggles the last few days, lol! Have a blessed Sunday my friend :)

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  30. The pictures of the old church are very pretty! I really like your nature photos as well, the turkeys and that pine that is so different and pretty. Congratulations, Riley is so cute!!

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    1. Thank you Angela for your sweet words, and oh yes, we are enjoying little Riley so much! Sweet puppy kisses are just precious :) Hugs to you dear friend, have a blessed Sunday :)

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  31. Beautiful pictures, especially the church and that ADORABLE puppy!

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    1. Thank you my friend, appreciate your kind words, she is a precious little thing, we are being showered with lots of puppy kisses, and we love it! Hugs to you today :)

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  32. Your pictures are gorgeous. I live in the midwest and we have had almost no snow this winter. I would love to see a covering of white.

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    1. I wish I could send you some snow! We have had a lot of snow this winter, although it is melting quickly now. The typical January thaw. Appreciate your visit dear friend! Have a blessed Sunday :)

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  33. What a darling little puppy! And sweet of your other dogs to welcome him. And such a nice package to receive from England. Your pictures of the snow and of that church are beautiful. We have been just gray and rainy here in Michigan. The snow is pretty with the sun on it.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, I am loving the sweet puppy kisses, and hopefully next week will get busy on a little project with my new fabric! So fun. I know what you mean about the gray days, we are now in that "season" here... warmer, but not as pretty! I think I'd rather have the cold sunshine! Hugs to you today dear friend!

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  34. Interesting January at your place. You take lovely photos that tell a great story. I like the pines and the way the snow settled on them and that old church bldg. Cute puppy. I bet it's a lot of fun (and work) in your family! Blessings and hugs!

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    1. It definitely has been an interesting January for sure! We are now in the gray warmer days here, not so pretty, but nice to have a bit warmer weather, although our snow is now melting fast. Such is the typical January thaw. Appreciate your visit! Have a blessed Sunday!

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  35. What a great post. - Sorry it's taken me awhile to drop by. - My you are getting a bunch of chickens. Love that Rooster, it was nice to see your dogs and your son's sweet little puppy. Goodness you've certainly had the snow. Ours is mostly gone now & I hope it stays that way. That old church is a Jewish church from the Star of David signs on it. Perhaps they don't meet very often.

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    1. I'm so happy to see you Ida, I know you have had a lot on your plate, and I've been praying for you. We still have quite a bit of snow, although it is melting quickly. Yes, that deserted church just recently had that Jewish sign posted on it, for many years there was no sign. It is an interesting situation. Perhaps I need to do more research on it to find out more about its history. It certainly is a beautiful old building. Appreciate your visit today, and hope you are doing well. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  36. Beautiful winter photos. I love how you're taking care of the wild turkeys also, I'm sure they greatly appreciate it. Take care, Kelly.

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    1. Thank you Kelly, always appreciate a visit from you! The turkeys are great little entertainers too. We have about 20-30 that hang around on a regular basis during the winter. Have a blessed Sunday :)

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  37. I enjoyed this post with snippets of your January. It's fun to catch up this way. Getting anything in the mail besides bills is a blessing, especially a nice package from abroad. It'll be fun to see what you do with those pretty fabrics. It's good to see you enjoying the season, even with the cold temperatures it's brought. Hugs, Nancy

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    1. Yes, yes, so wonderful to get such a sweet package in the mail! I have a couple of ideas in mind to use the fabric for, hopefully this week I will get to it, between puppy kisses, lol! Appreciate your visit :) Have a blessed Sunday!

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  38. Oh, my Dearest Marilyn, how you bless my heart with all your stunning pictures of your wonderful world, you truly make my day everytime I come and meet you here, thank you !

    And how about your terrific little girl, she's truly a lovely creature !!!

    Wishing you the best of weekends,
    I'm sending hugs and love to you

    XO Dany

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    1. Thank you for your sweet and precious words dear Dany, they mean so much to me! We are enjoying lots of sweet puppy kisses for sure :) Hugs to you today, have a blessed Sunday!

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  39. What an enjoyable post! Your little Ripley is adorable!! He has found himself a wonderful home. :)
    Look at you with all those chickens, wow! And those turkeys I too hate to see them peck at one another, even though that's what they do. We do not have as many turkeys this winter as we usually do, not sure why, but I'm sure enjoying the ones we have.
    Such a lovely give away you won, Marilyn. I'm sure you will make good use of it.
    We too have been experiencing below zero temps. My dear Donatella isn't real happy with it and she's quite bored, nothing to sniff. :)

    Have a wonderful week~~

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  41. Awww. More cute pictures of Riley. :) He surely is cute!
    Your rooster in the picture looks like the rooster we used to have. He has the same markings. That's funny your chickens like the snow. Do you feed them corn? Our chickens shiver when it's cold out. We feed them corn-it helps warm their bodies. Wow! 30 chickens is a lot! I bet you get a lot of eggs. :)

    Have a sweet day.
    Love,
    Ashley

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