Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Cold Lover


Another Embedded Heart Rock

More below. . .



And the Whole Picture (with Sylvester
, underfoot is an understatement)
Heart this rock? Here's a bigger dose of love:
6/13/05:
First Heart Rocks To Appear On Farmgirl Fare
8/22/05:
Heart Rocks By The Barn
11/10/05:
Hearts & Cats For Clare & Kiri

2/14/06:
Happy Valentine's Day
3/27/06:
Happy Birthday To My Sweetheart, Joe
4/12/06:
Hearts & Rocks & Numbers & Thoughts
6/17/06:
I Heart Homegrown Garlic
7/22/06:
Heart Rock Embedded In The Front Step
9/20/06:
Heart Rocks, Morning Sun
10/18/06:
My Little Girl Is Growing Up
12/2/06:
Snowstorms & Snowfall

1/17/07:
My Heart Is Embedded In This Place
6/12/07:
Hold Life In Your Hand & Keep It In Your Heart

1/9/08:
Adding To My Heart Rock Collection
2/8/08:
Handful Of Heart Rocks All Found At Once
2/14/08:
Happy Valentine's Day
3/8/08:
My Hearts Overfloweth
3/27/08:
Little Hearts, Big Love
5/13/08:
Still Collecting Heart Rocks
7/19/08:
Big Hearted
11/1/08:
Winged Heart?

2/14/09:
Heart Installation
5/17/09: For the Love of Power
7/21/09:
Love Underfoot

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the bitterly cold (that's the official weather site description) foodie farm blog where some of us don't mind winter (you know I'm definitely not a summer person) and don't mind the cold—you can always add more layers or blankets, but once you're naked, you're naked! It's just the consequences of living in a shack during sub-zero temperatures that can be a little. . . trying.

The outgoing water pipes are already frozen solid (no surprise since they spend several feet out in the open air), this morning there was a thick layer of ice lining the bathtub (leaving the faucet dripping does help the incoming water from freezing), and with a low of -17 predicted in a few days, I fear that incoming water will soon be a distant memory. The living room windows are covered with sleeping bags.

But this heart rock that suddenly appeared just a few steps from the new living quarters
(hopefully we'll be moved in by next winter) is obviously a sign that somebody around here really does love this crazy time of year!

6 comments:

  1. Yeah. The frost is covering the north room walls. The freshly painted north room walls. BOO.

    But at least our bathroom is warm from the space heater. A cold bathroom is one thing I really, really hate.

    Stick close to that woodstove. This is the kind of weather that makes you just want to crawl inside of it, right? Or is that just me?

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  2. I've missed the heart rock photos! Good luck with the water and hopefully it will get a little warmer for you. At least above freezing.

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  3. yikes! i hope everything makes it through ok!

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  4. I'm sure living in the Shack has its charms, but I am also sure you will be very glad to move into your new living space! Good luck!

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  5. Surely I'm not the first to point you here.....peace

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXa5wRrtbbk&feature=related

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