My View


This is my view of the world as I walked from the back door to the compost pile, during the morning hours. 

Exciting, I know. 

We are currently in the grips of the Polar Vortex and while it didn't bring us a lot of snow, we are suffering the dangerously cold temperatures for our area.  Another day out of school for us means another day of Monopoly, Pinterest, Netflix movies, and cooking/baking.  

Temps will warm up for us tomorrow, but not until around noon or so.  

If you are experiencing the same weather, do be safe and stay warm.  If you are having wonderful weather.....enjoy some of it for me!  


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  1. Same weather here, and no school. I packed lunches in hopes there might be school tomorrow. But if not, I'm sure we'll find a way to entertain ourselves.

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  2. I am quite ashamed to say that it's like spring here... Hope you get warmer weather soon!

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  3. That's a lovely country view. The main feature of the weather here is dry, dry and dry again. In the 20s at night, in the 60s during the day. So I pray for a little of that white stuff. Stay safe in the cold.

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  4. Board games and movies are perfect for a freezing cold stay at home day! Don't forget the hot chocolate. :). Pretty view, but i would not have even wanted to wapk to the compost pile!

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    1. Mary, it wasn't too bad! lol We have a compost area for kitchen scraps and wood stove ash. We use this in our garden.

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  5. Very pretty scenery around you there. Too cold for us here in GA today, also. We had soup and blueberry muffins for lunch - trying to keep warm. Take care.

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  6. Stay warm and safe.. Glad school was closed.. Better that way.. Your day sounds fun.. Love all those activities...

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  7. happy to say, we're hitting mid-40s here today and finally melting some icy water tubs. we've not had the precip. other areas had to fight - just temps down into the teens which is plenty cold for texas.

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  8. Florida is having a "florida style" vortex with temps dipping to 19 degrees. The high today a mere 32 degrees.

    Stay warm!

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  9. Beautiful photograph...the sun is so welcoming. We too have the frigid temps...I do believe that my gang MIGHT be happy to go to school tomorrow although I do not think they would admit it. A routine would most likely be welcome...at least for a day or two.
    STAY WARM!

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  10. Beautiful picture! We're experiencing the cold and far too much snow too!

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  11. BURRRRR!!! We're in the Vortex too, but we're looking at temps in the 30s by the weekend!!! The mere thought of that warms my heart...

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  12. Even when its freezing cold you still manage to get a fantastic photo. Nice work.

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  13. No school here tomorrow, not sure why as surrounding counties are two hour delay.
    Nice photo of your world, thanks.

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  14. Thursday weather in teens and Friday we had snow (16 inches) and weather in minus digits ,then Saturday we were in the 40's Sunday rain and 56 degrees most snow melted. Today back to teens and a sheet of ice across the farm ( 11 degrees) and below zero at night ~ that's New England coastal weather ... crazy !
    Stay warm .

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  15. The view is lovely but I heard about the cold weather you are having, stay warm.
    Merle..........

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  16. Cold here too!! I'm ready for Spring!

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  17. How Blessed you are to have such a beautiful view. It's even cold here in East Texas....Brrrr.
    Stay warm my friend

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  18. We got above zero today! Hope you are going to be back to normal temperatures soon! Maybe another trip to Florida is in order for you?

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  19. Our weather has been the same!! I have been keeping busy indoors with fun indoor projects and crafts!! And blowing my nose, been doing lot's of that since the hubs gave me his cold!!

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  20. stay warm friend...we are cold here in Texas...but not like the rest of the country....

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  21. Cold for us, but we aren't suffering like so many others. Take care!

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  22. We will have a bit warmer temperatures here tomorrow, but not above freezing. Great photo! Stay safe and warm!

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  23. Michelle, you have an exceptionally beautiful view to greet you every day.

    Stay warm!

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  24. Beautiful shot. We hit a balmy 31 degrees today.

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  25. A pretty view - love your tree. Glad your weather is warming up. We escaped the freeze, miraculously, but thinking of all those suffering. xo

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  26. I love the view...I would not mind seeing it every day!

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  27. This is such a beautiful shot...love it!

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  28. I remember a little bit of such weather when in Louisiana for 4 years about 30+ years ago ! and I think I would like it because now it's 31 degree plus humidity, heat in the afternoon and rain in the evening every single day as long as I can remember !

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  29. I love your view! Hope you are getting a little warmer by now. The temps are in the 50s here which is a bit too hot for me but I'm not complaining!

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  30. Our well pump decided to succumb to the freezing temps yesterday (an easy fix for hubby after he got home from work) -- supposed to warm up significantly tomorrow for which I'm glad!

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  31. Nice picture, I can feel the cold looking at your picture. We have the same brutal cold temperatures here too! Suppose to begin to warm up today. Stay warm!

    Michael ;-)

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  32. Maybe not exciting, but pretty. Stay safe and warm.

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  33. We're in the same boat. But at least it's sunny! :)

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  34. oh what pretty if frosty view! Ours are in school, but they delayed the start which didn't make any sense. It was as cold at 8 AM as it was at 6 AM! Silly. At least today if warmed up to normal winter temperatures. :)

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  35. It's a little cold here, no low level snow but mostly rain. Parts of the UK have severe floods (saw some of that over New Year near Oxford) but not in my area at the moment. I was on a hill climb with a friend on Boxing day above 700m height and encountered about 15 cm of snow higher up … thankfully with mostly pre prepared footprints :-)

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  36. I sure love your view :) Stay safe and warm friend

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  37. Cold here too, Michelle, but today it warmed up a bit. I think I prefer it to just stay cold because now there's lots of ice.

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  38. stay warm, Michelle! Snow started melting today, now we have lots of ice. :/

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  39. The Polar Vortex has hit us too. The schools have been closed for a couple days here too. Talk about cabin fever!

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  40. My view was like that yesterday morning when I went out to feed the horse...everything was "crispy" and I was so cold!

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