…when one hopefully places Mrs. Thaw in the kitchen altar a few days ago, and this is what arrives…
But Mrs. Thaw was only temporarily diverted, it would seem, for today, the sun is shining and the snow is dripping off the eaves. Soon our snow will be swept away by the warming air and the bright beams slanting down. The days may ease a bit.
And a little more ease would be most welcome. I am wishing that some will head your way, as well, with every swish of Mrs. Thaw’s broom.
P.S. And edited to add…this “one” could only smile after the power came back on and the possibility of a hot bath became reality again.
Deb March 7, 2013 at 9:14 pm
I have never heard of Mrs. Thaw, how charming … and the images of your cozy, welcoming home are breathtaking ♥ Love how you have little altars set up in your home … me too. Have a wonderful Thursday Lesley.
Jenni March 7, 2013 at 10:25 pm
I love all of the daffodils combined with the frosty windows.It’s all so peaceful. (it seems like I’m always saying that each time you post but I just love your photos and your home!)
Here in North Carolina there isn’t a lot of snow, but it seems like its colder than usual, so I can’t wait for the warm spring breezes to come.
melissa March 8, 2013 at 2:24 am
Your photos are always like a rest to me. Esp. love the one of your dining table with the candle and daffodils. I can breathe. 🙂
Dori March 8, 2013 at 5:03 am
I had not read of Mrs. Thaw before either, hopefully she will do some mighty sweeping and keep Mr. Frost away! I’m so glad the power came back on fairly speedily, and hopefully you enjoyed a nice warm bath. xo