"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Saturday, February 08, 2014

Six Word Saturday and Sunday Shadows February 8-9, 2014

Our weather is finally becoming winter!
We've had a severe drought here in all
of California. It started snowing yesterday 
and hopefully will cotinue. 

 Milepost #6, I-5 Oregon

Baby Quilt for Stan and Maggie's Grandchild
February 2, 2014

Finally finished all 6 tops for 6 babies!
Now they've been mailed to the quilter-
and she;ll mail them back to me so I can
put on the binding and then mail them off
once each baby has been born.

A Sunny Day in January,2014

Probably won't see shadows for awhile-
since we are finally getting some winter weather!
Go here to see more Six Words
and here to see more Sunday Shadow Shots
And have a lovely weekend!


Karen S. said...

Wow, I didn't think there was a place anywhere, that was just now getting winter! Yikes, I like my winters, have fun in them too, but we've had way too much of it this year! Enjoy!

robin. said...

love the rooster shadow...

ayjay said...

Congrats on the arrival of winter! I've just about had enough of it this week. Too many days in a row of sub-zero temps. We'll celebrate that you're getting precip though!

Happy 6WS!

Ralph said...

We hope that the snowy Shasta will be covered with snow to help to mitigate (even if only a little bit) the massive drought in the Golden State. Lets hope for fewer sunny shadows in your neighborhood...

Jim said...

Hi Kathe ~~ Lovely pictures this morning. You need the wet for stopping the fires there. We hear.

Our winter has been cold but not very wet. I do think though that our drought is being held off for a bit. The lake her is back to normal.

I have a picture of our 'snow' for the year posted this morning.

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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I have to say that the road looks more than a little treacherous! The rooster looks happy to be crowing indoors!

Celia said...

We've been cold but dry in Eastern WA, a drought is looming here too. Hope the mountains can keep this snow. Mostly it's just been cold here though. Enjoy your winter.

Sandee said...

It's raining here. A nice soaking rain. Excellent. We are thrilled that we finally have winter.

Have a fabulous day honey. Scritches to the baby. ♥♥♥

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Congratulations on finishing the quilts. Almost finished, but close enough.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Wow. Sounds like you have had a busy, creative time. Unbelievable that you are just getting winter. But then, in my peninsula world, we have had a rather scattered summer too. Only in recent days has it been consistent. Australia's northern areas have quite a different story.

messymimi said...

In the nicest way, i wish you lots of wet weather!

Helena said...

The quilting seems a fabulous idea! Just the waiting game bit now....bless 'em!

Call Me Cate said...

It's amazing how dry it has been out west in some places. Glad to see some precipitation.

Thanks for playing 6WS!