Saturday, February 15, 2014


This is a picture of one of my favorite sunsets. I love to take photos of the sun rising and setting. I also love pictures of  moonrises.
  I still have not learned how to make a file, that I can access pictures from for my blog. This bit of a booklet that came with the computer is useless. Not knowing the ins and outs of computers sure isn't helping me either. LOL
  Hope all of you had a loving day yesterday. I enjoyed my time with Ted.  We try to enjoy ourselves, no matter the situation. Even though it snowed a lot yesterday, we played cards. Had a  lunch at our local DQ. Got some groceries at our market. Ready to do chores, read, shovel's a newest pastime.:) Shovel snow that is.
  Praying for all those without their power. Hoping they get things back to normal. xo


  1. I am a bit late with Valentine's wishes. Yesterday was super busy for me. It started out setting the dinner table for Valentine dinner with Mr D and the Grands while baking the potatoes for a baked potato bar at the office. I picked the babies up after work. We finished dinner and a movie at our place around eight. Mr D and I crashed by nine!

    Every day is Valentine's Day when we are able to spend moments in time with our special love.

    Valentine lunch with Ted in that magic little town of Tipton...
    Life is good, Susie!

  2. I have to chuckle, Susie, snow is my new hobby. We're expecting more today. So far it's clear out and I;m grateful for every sunny minute. Have a great Saturday.

    1. Thought of you this morning...there an article in the Martha Stewart magazine about NYC. It mentioned the Brooklyn botanic garden...I thought you may have posted about it. Blessings, Susie

  3. Pretty sunset Susie. Glad you and Ted had a nice Valentine's day. We were able to get out of our icy driveway finally and it felt good to see something besides the house!!! Hope you enjoy your day.

  4. I think shoveling snow is the new hobby for us all this winter. lol I am glad you and Ted had a wonderful Valentine's Day!

  5. Ha! 'Great minds...' as they say. :-) That is a stunning sunset!

  6. Susie,
    It sounds like you and Ted have such a nice relationship, always having fun with eachother. I love the sunsets and sunrises too, but I have to say I haven't seen any quite like this before. It's so beautiful with all the pinks and purples. That is an amazing picture. Me and my son used to drive through the DQ and get ourselves an icecream when it was very hot day. We still do occasionally.

    I hope your Valentine's Day was a good one, and I always love hearing about the happenings around your house. You are one of the few I've heard who has appreciated the snow, even if it means shoveling it. Bless you for that, Susie.


  7. Gorgeous photo at sunset.

    I am amazed at some of the sunsets we experience and think to myself that they don't look "real" because they are so spectacular.

  8. Gorgeous pictures, Susie. I'm with you- not too good at learning new things on the computer unless someone directly shows me..

    Glad you and TeddyBear had a good Valentine's Day. DQ says LOVE to me! xo Diana

  9. We so rarely have snow that when it does come, about everything closes. Mainly government offices, schools, and libraries, and our street never is treated or has a plow over it. Thankfully the snow isn't around very long, or we would all become hermits!:-) xo Nellie

  10. The way you spent your Valentine's Day sounds wonderful Susie.

  11. Beautiful sunset photo! So sorry you have had so much snow❄️ this year😟 Sounds like you two are making the best of it however. Bless you prayers are for no more snow....😉

  12. That is a beautiful sunset Susie! Yes, hope everyone in the terrible weather is safe and has power. What a crazy year. Here we had 10 degree warmer than usual temps for this time of year.

  13. Thank you fro these gorgeous pictures, my friend...stay warm and happy!

    Jan e