My Redwork block for today is from my love of coloring and coloring pictures (which this picture was on my ex-website)
I’m thinking I might should go get the grandson’s colors and color up a Spring time scene and tape it to the window. I do believe that’s the only way Spring is going to arrive this year… yes, I know it’s January and full on winter time, but we’re experiencing rare cold and snowy weather for our region and it only makes Spring seem that much further away. ~sad sigh~
I’m thankful that so far snows in our region have been light and fleeting. My warm thoughts go out to the regions where folks are getting snowed under or are having heavy snows. I feel so sad for you all. I hope you all can put on a pot of soup and stay indoors until the roads are cleared and safer to drive on.
Here’s wishing you all warm thoughts
and happy dreams of Spring.
Guess I’m one of those you’re thinking about today….. several inches of snow predicted for us this afternoon. I’m reminded of the words to the song “The Rose”….
“Just remember in the winter
Far beneath the bitter snows
Lies the seed that with the sun’s love
In the spring becomes the rose.”
Yep, you are at the foremost of my thought with the forecast of several inches in your area. The words to the Rose is perfect for this winter weather. Thanks for sharing it. Those words have always been comfort and filled with hope.
Keep warm, stay safe and take lots of photos.
I think everyone will be watching the groundhog carefully next Sunday! We’ve had such mild winters the last few years, it makes this one seem a lot worse.
I love boxes of crayons!
I think you might be right about the reason this winter seems so much worse. I guess we got spoiled to the mild ones.
If our resident groundhog predicts 6 more weeks of winter, he may find himself in a pot with taters and onions. 😉
Thanks for liking my box of colors. I noticed my box is a bit warped. lol I’m going to leave it warped. I think It’ll give my quilt character. 🙂
Character is my best friend because it’s my way of accepting my imperfections in my craftings.