Wet and sticky beautiful snow. Painting in Somesville was canceled due to the road conditions...it had rained on top of the new snow. This is the view out my back door. The snow was already melting and falling off the trees. And then it got really, really cold. Treacherous walking.
It was getting really cold when I went to Everybody Eats. The homemade soup and sandwich hit the spot. And, a super duper chocolate brownie was dessert. There was a good size crowd for a day after Christmas...lots of conversations and laughter. Seeing more families with children show up.
Six Word Journal Monday December 26, 2011
Snow/rain/cold/supper: warms hearts ♥.
This is the little tree in the park I can see from my livingroom window. As long as I have lived in my house, except during the mid 70's fuel crisis, there has been a tree I could see at Christmas time.
Six Word Journal for December 27, 2011
writing group/computer FINALLY working/happy
PS…my computer was locked out of hotmail for four
days. On Christmas even took it to my friends house
and the computer geeks couldn’t even get it to go on
line. Followed instructions I got from hotmail from yesterday
…my friendly computer guys at Computer Essentials helped
me. But again, no go after waiting the time it was supposed
to take. Went back to CE and one of the guys figured how
to get back into my emails….such a genius, in my eyes☺.
Every time there is a problem I learn more and more how
to be a do it yourself gal !
License plate on trailor: TWINKIE. I like that.
The snow has disappeared...the temp is in the 40's. Snow melted and the snow people are just puddles, carrots and peices of coal. The temp started dropping about when Iook this photo...brrrr.. The weather should "make up my (it's) mind " what I am going to wear. (The "make up my mind" phrase, tho it sounds weird, I think is a local expression for something being confusing...I don't get to use it often.)
The above photo is the Common at Parker Ridge
Six Word Journal for December 28, 2011
portrait group/weather changing/too cold
My "clever" wrapping for an after Christmas birthday gift...Walmart cloth bag and duct tape. My family has two birthday two days after Christmas and I know people with December birthdays don't usually don't want Christmas wrap on birthday presents. The bow took some thinking to get it not to stick together but wa-lah, I did it !
The living room of the Crocker House. To the left is a smaller sitting room. Both rooms are a step back in time.
Dinner at the Crocker House Country Inn, Hancock, Maine. Celebrating the birhday of one of the writers in our group. We don't usually go some place as classy as this, but it is a special birthday.
Six Word Journal for December 29, 2011
Crocker House birthday party/scrumptious food
Painting at the Somesville library...dry paintings up for viewing and making decisions as what to do next.
Six Word Journal for December 30, 2011
Somesville/painting/afternoon ride/took photos
Posted by siggiofmaine in Uncategorized
the island traveler
January 12, 2012 at 4:52 am
What a great way to celebrate the Holidays. Christmas brings something beautiful in all of us.