Tuesday, March 4, 2014

50 Degrees

That is a huge change! Sunday afternoon was 70 and this morning it is 19. Brrrr! We have been having furnace issues at the house too. Hopefully they will be out today to finally fix the problem. So for now I am thankful for a gas log fireplace.



Candles always make a room warmer too. They dismissed work early yesterday due to the nasty freezing stuff that was coming down. I was warm a snug at home with the logs and my candles. It was a perfect afternoon to stitch.


I hope that wherever you are you are warm and snug!

Chris
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20 comments:

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Some nasty weather came our way--ice storm. Hope you are warm and stitching is going well

Margaret said...

A 50 degree drop in temp is just crazy! Wow! Glad you got to stay home from work. Love the stitching!

Bonnie said...

It's a good day to sit by the fireplace and stitch. What are u stitching on? I like crows.

Vickie said...

Oh my! Keep warm my friend. Drive safe.

Dee said...

It has been strange weather here too --- oddly hot one day and very chilly the next. Today was supposed to be nice according to the weatherman, but the sky says ugly!

Wishing you a speedy repair on your furnace. I HATE being cold! Brrrrrrrrrrrr.

robindefender said...

This weather is driving me nuts. Hope you can stay warm (and safe)!

Cole said...

Ugh, I'm tired of the nasty weather! Our visibility was next to zero on the drive to work today :S

Krista said...

Nice new start! Keep warm and cozy!

Bev said...

That is some drop in temperature!! x

Beth said...

Yikes! That is a huge temperature drop. Poor outdoor plants and animals.

Barb said...

I hope things have improved by now. However, sometimes it is fun to slip out of our normal lives for just a little bit especially if you have something fun to stitch!

Myra said...

Great start on Beggars Night! I hope your furnace was fixed today.

Marilyn said...

I'm jealous, lol
We still have -degrees here in the mornings.
Nice start on Beggar's NIght.
Marilyn

Brigitte said...

So good for you that you could stay home at those temperatures.

Beedeebabee said...

Hi Chris! I hope by now your furnace is fixed and you're warm and cozy. Your stitching is looking lovely...as always! xo

Julie said...

The weather is so strange for everyone recently.
A lovey start on your new project.

Ann at Beadlework. said...

What a winter it's been over in your part of the world. I feel fortunate that all we've had to complain about so far is rain, rain and more rain.

Dani - tkdchick said...

Yes I'm fed up of the cold, I'm fed up of winter!!!! Great stitching.

butterfly said...

Nice stitching start Chris, hope the cold weather moves away for you soon hugs.

Charlene ♥ SC said...

Hope they got your furnace fixed. We got a bit of drizzle, but not much more than COLD. Stay warm and stitch on!