BLISSFUL-BOHEMIAN

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Quickie



















The above photo is my yard, yesterday morning. Snow in Spring is a common thing here in Taos.It is cold enough that much of it is still there today. The top photo is my cat Max opening my contest prize I received from Sukipoet last week. Yummy maple candy and a sweet card along with a tiny Suki collage which I love. The candy has since been eaten and enjoyed. Thank you Suki. That is all for today as I have ceramics to do! I promise to post photos soon of my progress.
Have a wonderful weekend, everybody. XOXO

10 comments:

kj said...

annie, i have to tell you i have NO snow in my yard, finally, and i am thrilled!! i wish this for you too, unless of course you are thrilled with the way it is. which you probably are. which is good.
:)

WT said...

When I first saw the photo of Max I was was concerned as you hadn't photoshopped your address off the envelope, but then I saw it's a PO box. But still, there's a lot of idiots out there, so it may not be a bad idea just to be on the safe side.

PS Max looks just like my missing Booey.

Annie Coe said...

Kj-I don't mind the snow, but I am ready for Spring :-).
WT-Thanks for fixing the photo and thanks for your concern, you are a great guy.

Annie Coe said...

WT-P.S. I wish that darn Booey would come home already :-(.

Erin Davis said...

We are almost rid of all of our snow. It's funny to see more snow in your Taos yard than we have in our Spokane yard. I love snow, but I am yearning for sunnier skies and tulips!

Erin Davis said...

I woke up to snow falling this morning! I am trying to appreciate the universe's sense of humor right now...

Melanie said...

What a lovely generous parcel!

I think you must be one of the last people I know to have snow. :-) Make the most of each season as it comes. I think it must be so different to live somewhere where the year is the same year round. I don@t think there would be the same sense of celebration that you get when Spring arrives at the plants and wildlife.

Happy creating!

distracted by shiny objects said...

Your guard cat looks ferocious and fearsome:>)

Bill Stankus said...

When does it stop spring snowing? I understand desert, high desert ... those sort fo environs. But when does it become spring-like, all blossoms and such?

Suzanne said...

What a nice gift! I just LOVE cats, too. Would you give Max a rub on his chin for me? A hug? Whatever floats his furry boat. LOL