Think: "You think you can, You think you can, You think you can" & one day say: "You thought you could, You said you could, You knew you could" & thus, at least: you thought you did.

Out The Window

As I look out the windows of my warm home on this freezing cold, snowy day, I can’t help but appreciate the beauty of nature:

window - bedroom birdhouse

The birdhouse from my bedroom window…

window - Mica's room berries

The berries outside Mica’s window…

window - play room rose

Snow-covered roses from the playroom window…

window - bathroom icesicles

The icicles from the bathroom window…

window - dining room bird's nest

The snowy bird’s nest from the dining room window…

window - LR

Kids playing, from the living room window (Yes, that’s Mary and Joseph still outside in February)…


…and from the kitchen window? Nature calls!!!

Double, Double Talk Quotes:  Bella was drinking a slushy too quickly:  “You’ll get freeze brain” – Hope.  “Yeah, you might froze.” – Amor

Word that had lost its meaning:  Windex

Verse: “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.” Proverbs 17:22

Relatable Lyrics:  “When It’s Over” by Sugar Ray

“All the things that I used to say
All the words that got in the way
All the things that I used to know
Have gone out the window”

Comments on: "Out The Window" (19)

  1. I like your pics!

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  2. sandracharrondotcom said:

    Loved this! I had to laugh at Mary and Joseph still out there freezing their selves in February! ☺

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  3. Ooh, how lovely! I’m jealous!

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  4. Love seeing the snow from here in sweltering South Africa. I love the snow covered rose 🙂

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  5. Nature is beautiful! Thanks for sharing a piece of your world with us, cj

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  6. I love snow. Beautiful! That’s the word to describe these pictures.

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  7. Beautiful pictures – brrrrrrrrrr! I’m sitting next to a space heater as we have a cold house!

    Re: ‘“A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”
    Proverbs 17:22″

    Here’s to juicy, wet bones for you, me and our families and friends, my lovely SuperMommy!

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  9. […] have to understand, I have responsibilities now.  Responsibilities that I can’t just throw out the window whenever you come around to please me.  I have to stay grounded.  I must remain stable.  Because […]


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