February 12, 2021

A Busy Week in Winter.

We had plenty to do this week and the weather was a concern. Yesterday a snow storm missed us, so I was able to make a chiropractic appointment and today I helped two other volunteers decorate the LOVE sign for Valentine's Day. 
Skywatch Friday

We can see Signal Knob from our windows and it seems to stay snowy a lot longer than where we are.

This tree and reflection are in Strasburg's Town Park.

Is Blogger acting up or is it me? (Probably both.)

Floral Friday / Garden Affair /  Floral Passions / Mosaic Monday

Today I helped two other volunteers to decorate the LOVE sign at Seven Bends State Park. The idea is to make it a fun place to take photos on Valentine's Day but I don't think the weather is going to cooperate.



  1. Thank you for the floral collage, it is beautiful. And the love sign is fun! I here am very much fed up with snow & freezing weather. Fortunately the temperatures rise today, so I can take a walk. Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day!

  2. I am sure it was good to get outdoors, enjoy a little human company, and prepare the sign. The weather you can't control.

  3. The reflection is a lovely shot.

    I have noticed issues with Blogger: posts appearing out of order in the reading lists, some comments not taking, and that insufferable photo captcha thing half the time.

  4. My only problem I've noticed is that some of the blogs aren't listed at all some days, and I have to go searching for them in order to read my "daily fix." So glad to see the floral mosaic! Thanks.

  5. Great photos!
    Love the tree and reflection!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  6. You did a great job on the sign. A very nice series of photos :)

  7. Beautiful photo of the reflected tree!

  8. The top two photos are fantastic!

  9. Linda - what a clever idea to decorate the LOVE sign. I also liked the flower mosaic - so gorgeous! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

  10. Beautiful flowers and the sign! LOVE the love sign. That's great.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade


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