Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

November 8, 2010

Snow is coming.....

It's official, Old man winter is coming...and bringing with him an early snow..


 A few of the  local deer were down in the yard this morning feeding on what little green grass  is still available to them. There was a thin sheet of ice on our patio and a small frozen pool of rain water in the yard. It rained hard yesterday. The chicken's water  pans outside their coop were frozen and a real chill in the air as the morning clouds moved over the hillside.  It was nice and toasty inside, while we drank our morning coffee...but The weather forcast reads : 
"Tomorrow night: Rain and snow in the evening turning to all snow late. Low 31F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precip 70%. Some snow accumulation possible." ( not sure what that means) but I did purchase a couple new pair of gloves... and I might just need them.
This can only mean November has arrived and December is on it's way.  Actually I am kind of excited about the changing season as well as the recent time change. It gets dark sooner and my days are full.
 Living here at Blue Sky Farm is a happy place to be.
I love the holidays and I am inspired to get on with the decorating and cooking. I want to make bread, candy and other goodies. This feeling of being "Home" is Welcomed after a busy summer and fall.. I hope to get back  to the kitchen this week, blogging and crafting. My crock pot will be filled with soups. I will  start on some  projects I have in mind. It could be a long winter and I need to keep busy. I even have a couple books I have yet to open. So  Welcome Winter! Just give me a couple more days to get ready..now .I must find my coat & boots just in case...."accumulation" means more than a couple inches.

6 comments:

Marla @ Always Nesting said...

Snow, already....yes, that's when I also nest nest nest. .Your home sounds like mine when it's cold and rainy outside. Soup in the crockpot, baking and crafts. I also love the time change. Dinner at 5, PJs by 7...is that a sign I'm old now??? LOL.

Junebug said...

As much as I hate to admit winter is upon us. I was in Bend over the weekend and drove home in snow over the pass. I guess I best do the same and find the winter coat and gloves. Stay warm and do lots of baking, yum, yum!!!!

Home In The Hollow said...

You lucky devil, Cheryl!!! I can't wait for snow! Yes...accumulation = several, so coat, boots, new gloves & perhaps either a scarf or hat of some sort!!!! I am so envious!...:)JP

basketsbyrose said...

Winter is just around the corner!

ain't for city gals said...

Brrrr...our good weather is just starting here in Arizona...we hide out in the summmer and enjoy the outside in the winter...gorgeous blog..love it..

Verde Farm said...

I know what you mean about being "home" and winter really allows us that time to just be indoors and nest and eat and cook. Last winter was rough so I have been dreading this year but it's hear like it or not and I know I will be excited when that white stuff comes down for the first time. Stay warm and enjoy it!
Amy