Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Looking Back | January.

Looking back at January through the lens of my daily photos,
I'm struck by three things - crazy weather, a LOT of knitting! and a beautiful basket of amaryllis. The amaryllis is continuing its stunning show; here's what it looked like Saturday ... more buds and blooms!


And for maybe the first time ever, more coffee and tea than cocktails (one glass of wine on the 1st!) - and more photos of me and Holly than other people. Thank goodness I saw the boys on the 30th, or it would be just me and Holly! I'm pretty sure I can do a better job with both those things this month!


10 comments:

  1. It was indeed a crazy weather month! It was the snowiest January since I have moved to Pittsburgh. But, your amaryllis win the month, imo! Just glorious!

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  2. Holly's bright pink coat just gets me every time!!! XO

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  3. Lots of color though - from your glorious Amaryllis (is that the one from White flower Farm?), Holly's pink coat, blue skies (not always, but there), colorful knitting. May have been a crazy weather month, but it still looks like it was a good one!

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  4. That amaryllis is amazing! So was your January, especially all that knitting.

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  5. Your amaryllis is so beautiful and I love the way you've clustered several together. Your month looks cozy and homey!

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  6. My amaryllis is just starting to show some promise - we’ll see

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  7. I love seeing your month in photos especially those little splashes of color! And yes, crazy weather -- you have had more snow than we have had. I'm sure it's coming though. That amaryllis leaves me speechless! : )

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  8. All that glorious knitting! And the amaryllis...WOW!

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  9. I too was struck by your "three things" and so glad to see the littles...the amaryllis are indeed lovely. Thanks for sharing - they brighten the day!
    Cheers~

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  10. Yes, the crazy weather certainly tops my list for January.

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