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Friday, 17 January 2014

Winter Days....*~*


Winter days outside...woodland walks




Icy waters....

 Winter Moons....

Winter days inside..crochet blanket

warm scones...
Cosy chair...
 
 curling up with a good book......


and a lovely cup of tea...Thea xx    ...How do you spend your winter Days?

 






22 comments:

  1. Dear Thea
    I just love the wintry moon photo - so atmospheric and evocative. It could definitely be a book cover (something mysterious, perhaps?) Chocolate, cup of tea, fire and a good book...my idea of heaven on a cold winter's day!
    Have a lovely weekend
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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    1. Oooh yes now we are talking, something yummy! with our tea
      Thank you for your kind words
      Thea xx

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  2. Mmmm, those scones look delicious Thea! Love your crochet blanket, such pretty soft colours....stay warm.
    Caroline xx

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    1. Thank you Caroline, I made the blanket for my eldest Granddaughter, she loves all those girly colours
      Thea xx

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  3. You made me smile Thea as I am reading Glennie Kindreds 'Letting in the Wild Edges' which is a very inspiring book. Tea and scones and a comfy chair all make January bearable. Karen xx

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    1. Do you know Karen I am not surprised we seem very alike (hope you know what I mean)
      It is such a lovely book and very me...I have your book on my list too...we just need some warmth now..Thea xx

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  4. Lovely post. I spend my winter days very similar to you. Crocheting, knitting, cups of tea, reading, braving the cold and wet to take the dog for a walk.... Xx

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    1. There are some days when that's all you should do, we all need some "Me" time ( shame the doggie cannot take himself...he he!)
      Happy Weekend
      Thea xx

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  5. ~ Such a beautiful post ...The moon peeping through is such a magical picture..
    I'm very interested in your 'read' as well, sounds just my cup of tea...Keep cosy,my friend...We have days of raining cats and dogs...Thinking of investing in a new pack a mac and wellie boots, every day seems the same..Where oh where is jack Frost!!! Happy weekend...Love Maria x

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    1. I think you will find it inspiring Maria lots of old meanings and how we can still celebrate the seasons...topped up with beautiful pen illustrations
      Speak Soon
      Thea x

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  6. Hello Thea,

    I'm back in blog land!
    First I'm going to read all your blogs that I have missed!
    It's really winter out here, lots of fresh fallen snow!

    I wish you a very nice weekend!

    Kisses, Juliëtte

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    1. Hello Juliette
      How are you, I shall pop by soon
      Thea xx

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  7. Well I think I may have to settle down in your cosy chair and have some of your warm scones and a cup of tea! I'm looking after my brother's dog so I'm spending lots of time on cold, wet, muddy walks but it's been lovely as I've seen things I would normally miss. This afternoon as I was trying to keep upright in the mud I saw two beautiful clumps of snowdrops in flower (but forgot my camera).

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    1. Oh Jacqui I love snowdrops, we used to have swathes of them in our Cornish garden, I have tried ti grow them here but no sight of them yet!
      Thea xx

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  8. Now that is an inviting winter post, full of my favourite things, crochet, a winter moon, scones, tea, and even the Kindred book - I first read her writings about twenty years ago! Changed my way of seeing the world forever. Chrissie x

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    1. Hello Chrissie
      Yes I know what you mean, I have always led my life through nature, but her books are very inspirational
      Thea xx

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  9. Such a warm post Thea.
    An ideal way to spend days. Catching up on things we like, while the wind howls outside and the rain thuds down.
    I pretty much do the same.
    We have had heavy winds and cold days. My wood burner is on 24/7 and I do enjoy the warmth of the indoors.
    Happy Sunday Thea.. Those scones look delicious.
    val xx

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  10. Think Ill come and spend a day with you Thea it sounds really relaxing.Love Jill xx

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  11. Well Thea at the moment we are decorating but I'm getting ready for a winter walk, my need to down tools, well paintbrushes soon, and get out! Have a great day :) x

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  12. A really love post Thea and it sounds like I would happily join you if I may?! For me at the moment they are filled with a little breathing, relaxation, a little painting, building a picture wall, reading, crochet and looking after two small children and two small critters. Perfect! xoxo

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  13. I love to read during these dark winter nights, and I am also doing some painting and printing when I can. I like to keep busy while waiting for spring. Your photos are lovely as always.

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  14. You are certainly making the best of winter Thea, it all looks perfect to me!
    If I'm home and have some free time, when its horrible outside I like to settle in the sitting room with the woodburner roaring away, a cup of tea, a slice of homemade cake, a good book, some crochet or sewing of the moment, and a few magazines to hand too!
    Bliss! And thanks for reminding us of some good things to enjoy in winter!

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Thank for your lovely messages they make my day,Thea x