Friday, January 20, 2012

No News is Good News

Have you ever heard the saying, "No news is good news"?  That would certainly apply here at the farmette. 

School days, frosty mornings, homework, early suppers, and a plethora of rabbit hunting seem to be rounding out our days. 

I think we might just mosey our way through winter.  

That would be just fine with me.

32 comments:

  1. so far, only 1 snow day, right?! quite the change from last year!

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  2. Sounds like a plan! I enjoy moseying, used to be the southern way, no hurry, just mosey!

    Is that snow or frost in your photos, which are beautiful as always Michelle!

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  3. Love the photos... expecially the one of the tree... makes you really feel the solitude of winter. Beautiful...

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  4. thank you very much for these wonderful images !

    please have you all a good weekend.

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  5. My Mom used to say that all the time. I love old phrases and I had forgotten about this one. What neat scenes , be sure to check out my CONTEST post on my blog for a chance to win a pair of my handmade earrings. :)

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  6. I completely agree!

    Love that frosty sepia look of your wintry pics!

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  7. What a gorgeous pair of photographs! They are almost like old-fashioned sepia photos that are then hand-colored. Bravo!

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  8. wow, that looks really chilly out. brrr!! but, oh so pretty as well. (:

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  9. This last photo is especially beautiful.

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  10. I say, no news is very good news for sure..Enjoy your weekend!

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  11. Wonderful winter shots! Love that tree.

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  12. I would like one really good, really deep snow that would last a couple days and then I would be ready for spring.

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  13. We had a bust of a snow storm here in Oregon.. now it's flooding like crazy.. and a freezing rain going on just up the road. I'm done with Winter.. give me Spring.
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  14. beautiful winter photos. we can't get winter to visit us. it should be freezing and snow all around but it's been in the high 50s. sounds good but i know it will come and i don't want it coming in june. have a great weekend!

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  15. Your pictures are so beautiful. The other day, I tried to look into your book, but I couldn't get to it. I guess my connection is too slow here. All the best with that project though.

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  16. nice pic
    and no news is good news becomes good for everyone relating to hospital and sickness.

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  17. Love the photos.... they seem so peaceful. Nice, winter weather. I could live with some of that :)

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  18. We have had winter weather since mid January, with 50 degrees expected in a couple of days. Crazy.

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  19. How can you mosey through winter with no snow? That would be a shame! :-}

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  20. Did I read Rabbit Stew between the lines?

    Love the light, shadows and frost.

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  21. Ya mosey? Not here. I'm at a standstill this AM. It's -1F right now. Too cold to mosey? Ya, I think so.

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  22. oh c'mon, i want at least 1 snow!

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  23. I am praying for such a week this next week. My last week was too much filled with "news." Beautiful pictures as always. Thank you for them!

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  24. Love how the frost paints the landscape and makes everything looks so fresh and new. :)

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  25. Sometimes I really hate living in a crowded city....

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  26. WOW! Awesome shots. I love frosty mornings like those.

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  27. what camera and lenses did you use for this one?

    Great shot btw, cheers.

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