Well, we finally got enough snow to make snow cream.  The girls (and myself) are very happy.  Even though we have had little snow, we have been COLD here.  Temperatures at zero with wind chills way below zero.  I definitely do not like cold-snow yes-cold no!


We took some more bread over to R G Cattle yesterday.  So far, all the bread has sold every week.  I usually take at least 4 loaves.  I was glad to get back home though because the roads were starting to get bad.  Jessica even has snow at her house, which is very unusual.


I really like this picture.  The blue of the sky and the white of the snow.  God is good to share such wonderful things with us.  I hope you all have a wonderful day and God bless.


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  1. Your snow pictures are wonderful. I especially like the blue sky in the last picture too. The coldness has been terrible. Our water was frozen for 3 days last week. That’s 8 days in the past few weeks that we went with no running water! I actually got so hot doing outside chores this morning that I almost threw-up. I was so sick when I came in. I guess I bundled up a little too much!


  2. Thank you so much Donna for asking. It made me feel good knowing that my blogging friends worry. I love the blogging world for that.
    Everything is ok, at the moment. I will be back blogging very soon. I really miss it. But sometimes life just puts blogging on the back burner unfourtally.
    Thank you for praying and keeping us in your thoughts. You are also in mine.
    Love all your posts and am happy you finally got enough snow to make your snow cream. I have never heard of that before. We have so much snow I wish I could send you some. It is also soooooo cold here.
    Take care dear friend and keep warm 🙂


  3. Beautiful pictures. I am glad that your bread is selling. Hope all is going well with you and your family.

    Have a wonderful evening.



  4. Your pictures are so beautiful. The blue sky is so striking!
    We were able to make snow cream as well. It was the first time I had ever tasted it. Strange huh? I grew up in Alaska! You would have thought I would know how to make such a thing.


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