We have had a cold spell in the Seattle area. It’s fun to see the frosty leaves in the morning.
Clear nights have meant colder days. I love the fact that the leaves are even falling on top of the full yard waste bin. The sun crowns the yard waste bin with a lovely glow…
This is going to be a full week filled with fun gatherings. Tuesday is my Women’s Bible Study morning. We are meeting one of the Mennonite Girls and her husband in downtown Seattle on Wednesday. Thursday we have our small group here. On Friday we are heading across the line to another of the Mennonite Girls for a dinner party. Hope you all have some fun gatherings to look forward to.
In this month of the Grace Challenge I’m thankful to God for friends and gatherings that encourage and bless us. Don’t miss today’s Grace Challenge post one of our Mennonite Girls is mentioned in it!
9 thoughts on “Our First Frosty Mornings…”
I love frosty mornings too! Safe travels and wonderful fellowship to you this week!
You certainly have a fun filled week planned my friend 😉
Never a dull moment, Ellen. Those MGCC sure keep you busy:)
The leaves always look so cool when they’re frosted like that! Not so much fun trying to rake them when they thaw out, but they do look cool! 🙂
The weather was very cold here last weekend and we had 5 inches of snow, but thankfully it has warmed up a little above freezing and the sun is out today. I am hoping for a mild winter for all those left with severely damaged and heatless homes from the hurricane so they can do all the needed repairs to go back home.
I truly enjoy all the photos that you take… you have become a master!
The frosted leaves look like a quilt pattern! So pretty!
Have fun crossing “the line!” Eat well and laugh much!
I forgot to tell you that I was up your way last weekend, and had tea at a little place in Bothel…Elizabeth’s and Alexander’s Tea House on the Bothel/Everett Hwy. It was a charming place and next to a country and antique mall. I’d like to go back!
Julene, You were real close. That country spot is called Country Village. I have eaten at that tea house…
Sounds like a fun week!