Thursday, 14 January 2010

I don't know if it looks any different than it has done to every morning we have woken up to for the last 4 weeks. (4 weeks? really?) Or whether it's because the room wasn't spinning when I lifted my head off the pillow. (I've been suffering from labrynthitis and feeling very grotty).

But when I drew back the curtains this morning it all looked so magical.





And I feel great! It's going to be a good day...if I ever get these children to school that is...another delayed start for snow and ice!

Have a magical wonderful day whatever you are doing today x

11 comments:

Cari said...

Now that is what I call a view! It's not that I don't love our house, and the garden at the back is pretty good by London standards...but out front...jealous!

Kristy said...

I never tire of looking at the snow laden trees across the road from my house either.They just look like a fairytale don't they.

rachellucie said...

yes, definitely a fairytale Narnia scene!

we had more (yes) snow last night, and I am all happy again!

glad you are feeling better :)

Susan L (lily40au) said...

It does look wonderful ... have a great day.

thelinencat said...

Lovely view, ours is still snowy on the ground but it's all dripping today so is on it's way out.

Sorry to hear about your labrynthitis, oddly I have the same, for the first 2 days I couldn't move had it was so bad but I'm on the residual odd spin at the moment.

Glad to read you are feeling better! Bethx

Lazy Daisy Glass said...

It is very magical. We have had snow since 20 December and it just hasn't gone away - it is now thawing and beginning to look grey and/or dirty from salt and grit. And to be fair, it's getting on my nerves now!! Luckily all our services are once again back to normal!! Enjoy your virginal snow

Katy said...

oh, that is a pretty damn fine view - is it the park? Lucky sod ;)

Getting to and from school is, well, interesting, isn't it?!

Hannah said...

labrynthitis is horrid i have been suffering for 4 years nearly, so glad it has cleared up for you. :)

Mickie said...

Looks like a christmas card! You are so right!

esther (it means star) said...

Your photographs are gorgeous. What a pretty winter wonderland. Where I am we have had soaring temps through the day, but at night the news shows us pictures of snow. We are very jealous. Stay warm.

the textured leaf said...

its so hot here in australia. this was so refreshing to visit today. ill be back for a second, third and fourth glimpse