Shiver day

Shiver day

With the temperature reading 9 degrees in the garden, I took shelter in Rabbit Run Cottage.
A place to escape the breeze that burns your skin.
A few treasures still sitting out on the little table, I really should pack these up for the Winter.
I think I will give the little shed some winter touches. Maybe a pinecone garland, and a little wreath.

18 thoughts on “Shiver day

    1. Yes, it was a cold slap to the face!! I’m struggling to stay warm! Digging for the wool socks this morning with a very early start. Hockey season getting under way with a 6:30AM scrimmage in your city this morning!

  1. I long for a little cottage to escape to like your Rabbit Run. I think it must be such a fun place to decorate and display little treasures or get some ‘me’ time ๐Ÿ˜€

    1. Yes, it is the sweetest place to ponder, and I just love it too! I love that it was the start of the garden here….and such fun news….look for it on the cover of Country Gardens magazine right after Christmas! ๐Ÿ™‚ still pinching myself!!!

      1. !!! That’s awesome Stacey !!! I can’t wait to buy it. While everyone is trudging thru the snow you’ll be floating 2 feet off the ground. Congratulations! I have an idea how much work it takes to maintain a garden and you do it with such flare. Very exciting ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Lovely picture, I love those pencils, where did you find them? Our temperatures fell dramatically but not quite as cold as yours, we hovered in the mid teens with winds that chill you to the bone. Do you have a lot of snow? We are expecting a full foot or more by morning.

    1. I actually found these while on vacation in Maine, but I have seen them in some local shops.
      Look online and you can find them I’m sure!
      Still very cold here and the wind just won’t stop, making the temps even harsher.
      No heavy snow in the forecast yet! Bundle up!

    1. Dress in layers! Wool blankets are piled in the family room and I just bought some new gloves and a hat! I do have to say the garden has a certain beauty blanketed in snow….
      Psst….Look for Country Gardens magazine right around Christmas….!!!!

  3. Such fun to follow your blog. We’re just now buying petunias and other annuals for our pots. I hope some day to see your garden again in full flower.

    1. Thank you Aunt Jane!!! So glad you enjoy popping into the garden! I can picture your lovely pots of blooming annuals!
      We miss you guys and hope everyone is doing well!
      Look for the Country Gardens magazine right around Christmas on the stands. We are the cover! I even mention you as one of the few readers of my blog! ๐Ÿ™‚
      Happy Thanksgiving…we will enjoy our meal here with all the kids with so much to be thankful for this year!
      Love, Stacey

      1. I am so excited about the magazine article. I’ll be strutting around the park with it in hand saying “that’s my talented neice”. Nice that all your hard work will receive some national recognition. Enjoy Thanksgiving and give your family our love.

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