The Winter Porch

Feb
13


Seen mostly, longingly, from indoors.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 13, 2010  

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  1. 2-13
    1:26
    am

    Nice picture. It’s 10:30p.m and I just baked peanut butter cookies. Can I borrow your porch to eat them on, I will share. I’m not afraid of the cold (I think) :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave:

  2. 2-13
    5:04
    am

    I LOVE your porch. Wish I had one.

  3. 2-13
    8:18
    am

    I know the feeling…..

  4. 2-13
    8:28
    am

    overlooking the snowy trees……..

    I cannot wait to enjoy my cup of coffee and my laptop on the deck first thing in the morning……… but it will come, it always does!

  5. 2-13
    9:51
    am

    I stand at the sink in our kitchen and look out over the deck to the yard and woods. SIGH…I can’t wait till Spring. Enough white stuff, time for the green grass to show through!!!

  6. 2-13
    11:26
    am

    At least we don’t have to mow the white stuff, just selective shoveling.

  7. 2-13
    12:13
    pm

    I expected to see the Crooked Little Hen sitting in a rocker….

  8. 2-13
    5:21
    pm

    i wish i had a porch :hissyfit:
    CindyP – that is the best way to start the day…. i used to do that too….. & after dinner listening to the crickets….
    i need a porch again :hissyfit:

  9. 2-13
    9:48
    pm

    It will feel so good to open the doors again, hear the birds singing and feel warm gentle breezes. But it is nice not to have to mow the white stuff!

  10. 2-13
    11:21
    pm

    Ah…spring is just around the corner…..hiding under all the snow!

    Suzanne, I didn’t know where to post this, so since this is the only place I can find…..where is the daily post? Sorry, but I am finding the new format confusing! I read everyday and am used to the newest post being right there when I arive at the website. I know that you are making changes, and wasn’t sure if this was just a transitional thing or if the format has changed.

  11. 2-13
    11:45
    pm

    I really hope this new format is just “for now.” It’s unwieldy and I miss your daily post.

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