Saturday, February 08, 2014

Cures for cabin fever

Like boredom, cabin fever is foreign to me (although sometimes I do get antsy when homeschooling is taking way too long and I want to go outside). There are, after all, chores to do regardless of the weather,
Sara, this photo was inspired by your recent post!
Can you spot the camouflaged sheep?

birds to watch at the feeder,
and knitting – among many other things to do.
Toque,Yo! in handspun, my Romilympics project
The weather continues to be the big news here. We got more snow yesterday and today, adding up to at least nine inches.
Where did those daffodils go???

and then this afternoon it started to rain and a "wintry mix" is forecast through tomorrow morning. Ugh.

My horse is going stir-crazy and I worry about the snow load on our barn roof. I hope it melts off quickly!

That's it for now from . . .


Tina T-P said...

Beautiful pictures Michelle - especially the first one - and the one of the sheep looks like a Bev Doolittle painting :-) Stay Warm! T.

Florida Farm Girl said...

Well, that snow looks real pretty, but that other stuff?? No Thank you!!! Sure hope you get a warming streak so it melts soon. Stay Warm!

Retired Knitter said...

Woo Hoo. Two color knitting. That looks really great. I don't do that because mind looks really bad!! :-)

Unknown said...

That first picture is fantastic! That should go in a frame and up on a wall. Wow.

Anonymous said...

I love the photos, especially of the camouflaged sheep! :D Ick, wintry mix is always yucky... and makes going anywhere so dangerous... We are buried under about 1.5' of the white stuff right now with more on the way this Thursday... *sigh* Just natures' gentle way of saying winter ain't over yet! :D
Hugs and be warm, and good luck with the barn roof snow load!