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Just yesterday I was considering doing a pair of beginning fair isle mittens. These are perfect for Valentine's Day!


The mittens are gorgeous! How do you do that?

The "storm" seems to be more blow than snow here -- snow being downgraded from 8 inches to 3. Yay!


i am ready for it. call me crazy, but i am looking forward to the storm. i like being snowed in. stay warm.


I'm so excited -- I'm hoping the forecasters aren't just teasing us -- we so often get much less than they predict! Love your pretty pictures AND those mittens. They're gorgeous!!!


So far, my portion of NE Texas has gotten rain, thunderstorms, then a dusting of snow and now ice pelting. I'm hoping we escape some of the heavy snows, but we're sure gonna be getting the cold temps and wind! Mr. Gale-force Wind means business out there today!

Your snow plow photo just makes me cringe!


Beautiful shots. Just a deluge of heavy rain for us. Maybe a tad of snow tomorrow.


Beautiful photo shots and I love the mittens!
Only cold......brrrrrr.....here in West Tn. This is weather for Soup..Soup and more Soup!
Stay warm and have a great day!


The mittens look nice.

D Spack

Love, Love LOVE those mittens! Wow, how do you do that? Seriously?


The worse the weather, the better the photography. Love those barns!

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