C O T T A G E ~ I N D U S T R Y
... Quirky & inconsequential musings from my side of the garden gate
I have enjoyed the winter musings you have been sharing. Nice to have a window into your world which is a bit exotic to a desert dweller. I might enjoy a visit for a season, but I'm glad I don't have to have the fortitude of a New Englander at this point. I'm right with you on all the coziness, however. I need more reading and nestling time right now.
If the Olympiad had trials for mindless nestling, I would walk away with a medal for sure, Jacqueline! Winter is the one season I feel I can indulge in unreserved laziness with impunity. (And by contrast, I truly enjoy a window into your world where I'm sure I'll be seeing beautiful patio scenes long before they're possible here in New England.) Thank you so much for stopping by!
Your post brings cheer on this snow covered day. It reminds me of spring. Keep warm, Abby
Those little fellows have really cheered my cottage, Abby! Hoping you're staying warm, too! Thank you so much for visiting.
A sweet spot! :) Violets are the flower of the month for Feb. ~Liz
These primroses look just like African violets, Liz, especially the purple and pink ones! Violets are my birth flower so I'm quite partial to them, and they are the early bloomers in my garden each year .. perfect for collecting small batches to bring indoors. But primroses are equally cheery and I was so happy to find them in the market on Sunday. Wishing you a lovely weekend.