Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Snow abounds

Like in many locations around the country we have lots of snow. These are the drifts in my front yard.

Outside my window the birds are really congregating.

Then I saw these on the lawn. I believe that they are Hungarian Partridge.

And here is one close up. A minute later they all walked over the snow bank and disappeared. I was taking these through the window so they aren't real clear.

I did this drawing on Sunday. I have wanted to try two faces together and this was my first try. I see this as two sisters looking out on the world. This was fun to do and I think I want to try it again.

I finished weaving the blanket last night. I am now busy making repairs and twisting all the fringe. This a picture showing some of the fringe already twisted. This has to be done before the blanket can be washed and fulled.

Just in case I don't get back here I want to wish you all a wonderful holiday. enjoy the time with family and friends and be safe.


Pam Aries said...

Merry snowy Christmas!

Janet said...

Merry Christmas!! I like the two sisters drawing. And your recent video was good. You've really accomplished a lot with the 100 day challenges. Good for you!!!

craftyhala said...

Hey that's you and me in that picture!
We have more snow and there is more coming tonight.
I will try to post pics soon.

Lisa said...

Merry Christmas, dear Kate. I love your drawings. And the blanket is gorgeous. I hope you have a great holiday season. xoxoxoxox

Anonymous said...

Hope you have a wonderful snowy Christmas. Love Hugs and Blessings

Olivia said...

Lots of snow here, too, Kate. I enjoyed your end of season 4 video. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas! Love, O

gemma said...

Have a blessed holiday dear Kate!Are you snowed in?
How hard is it getting in and out in the snow??? At least it looks beautiful! Cool Partridges!

Tinker said...

Merry Christmas, Kate! Thank you for your friendship (and the card :)
Wishing you and yours, a safe and warm, very merry Christmas! ((Hugs))

Sioux said...

Oh, wow, that blanket is beautiful!

I said to Raf, "Why do they have Hungarian partridges in Idaho." The smart aleck answered, "For the same reason we have English sparrows in Texas!"

I looked them up in the bird book, too. Never have seen them before.

Merry, merry Christmas!

Julie said...

Bismarck broke its record for December snowfall a few days ago at 25. Now we are to have 3-6 more inches today. I almost got stuck in our driveway on Monday. Yuck!!!