No photos today.
I am so very grateful for so much right now...
The generator that is keeping us warm and sane.
The giant 80 foot top of the Cedar tree that came crashing down just missing our home. Split and impailed itself across the lawn and the driveway.
Our chain saw to clear enough of the driveway to be able to get out in an emergency.
The snow which has quit for a few hours.
All of the trees we were able to unload the snow from and save from breaking off.
Most of all I am so very grateful for my wonderful husband who is such a hard worker and keeps us safe.
Hope everyone else is safe, warm and grateful for the little things in life.
Must go for now as we are without power for several days and must save our generator for sort periods of need. We are on our own well so without power there is no water which means a lot of withouts...
I look forward to getting back to reading all of your blogs and catching up when we get power in a few days (hopefully).
Too cold to create...
HUgs!Wow! I am grateful to for ALL you mention..and that you are aok!Wishing many sparkles and light find their way to you!ReplyDelete
good grief! glad to hear that you are safe and hoping you're back to creating soon.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad that the tree missed you and your house! That must have been a scary sound when it fell. Thank goodness you have a chainsaw, generator and most importantly a husband who's handy. Stay warm and have a nice cup of hot chocolate in the meantime.ReplyDelete
I hope you're both able to stay safe and warm. Thank goodness you weren't hurt with the falling tree.ReplyDelete
Oh my, thank goodness you are safe and that you have a generator. We don't have one and that makes me nervous! Stay safe, stay as warm as you can. Do you stockpile water for emergencies? We have some containers filled with water just in case.ReplyDelete
Dear friend, how awfull,-and thanks, that you are safe, and nothing happened to you two...ReplyDelete
You must have gotten loads of snow, I can tell--- is that normal for your area, ?
Hope the power will soon be back, that you can be warm, and cosy again, dear.
So glad all is safe at your house. Your husband sounds like a great guy and keeping you safe!ReplyDelete
Thank goodness you and your husband are safe. Well, make lemonade and create when its daylight???? Hang in there and pretend you are stranded in a remote cabin....could be fun!ReplyDelete
Hugs and smiles,Pat
Oh my goodness! I'm happy to hear that your home and you are safe from falling trees, but I am sad that you are so long without heat and power. I am sending hugs and prayers your way.ReplyDelete
Look at you lovely friend...all these things going on and you being so grateful...I LOVE IT!ReplyDelete
Yikes! My goodness that must have been a big scare - you certainly do have a lot to be thankful for! I am so glad that tree missed your house and that you were able to get the snow off the rest. I hope power and water are restored for you before too long; it can't be easy but you seem like the resilient sort. Take care!ReplyDelete
I am so glad you are safe. Sending warm wishes that things improve soonReplyDelete
hugs June xxxxxx
Warm and safe is great and not necessarily in that order. Take care and I'll be here to hear all about how creative you've been with everything. Blessings>>>ReplyDelete