Monday, March 11, 2013

In like a lion out like a lamb


So the crazy snow storm came and went, and now we have lovely temperatures. Maybe it's true what they say about March comes in like a lion but leaves like a lamb.  Here's some lovely music for a Monday.




The snow is melting and perhaps that is the last snow storm we will see before Spring.


Then again, this is New England and you never know.



Have a beautiful day.


I am linking to Mosaic Monday over at Mary's Little Red House.


Here are some of my new note cards.  With the free shipping, I purchased a bunch of note cards.  Society6 is having Free Shipping Worldwide thru March 17, 2013.




10 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Karen, same here chez moi. Come and see. Anita

Snap said...

Beautiful as always! We say, here in Houston, wait 10 minutes and the weather will change ... usually hotter! :D :D

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

teeeheeee...doesn't that cardinal just make you smile? They are little rascals, I tell you ! I always encounter animals with an attitude!

I had fun writing that poem. Oh the joy found at the tip of a pencil, or the tips of my fingers hitting the keys! Anita

Vee said...

Lovely woodland scenes. This latest storm threatened, but never materialized, which is fine as our snowbanks are high enough.

Hang in there...spring is surely just around the corner.

Marcia Pilar said...

Beautiful pictures and quotes, Karen.
Storybook.
XOXO's

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How very beautiful...so serene and lovely. It's like Spring here in Florida....ahhchooo! heehee! Sweet hugs!

Lorrie said...

Beautiful, serene photos. Every day is full of beauty, even if spring seems to be taking a long time to come. I hope that was your last storm of the winter.

Roxi -Coppercurls Designs said...

I'm just crazy about those trees!

Beverly said...

So lovely, Karen. Just like you.

Elisabet said...

Hi Karen, what a lovely post. I love your photos! Yes, living in New England does have its little surprises with the predictability of the change of seasons. Since it's raining here in New Hampshire today I know a lot of the snow is being washed away... I just hope that last storm was the last snow for the season! I'm itching to get going on my garden after a long snowy winter :D
Hugs,
Beth P