Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Cabin Fever

 Had to miss fellowship at our church again yesterday because of sickness.  I'm beginning to get a little weary, because, for one, this is the second time I've been sick in one month.  And secondly, we continue to get more snow at least twice a week.  Not a whole lot, but it's so bitterly cold, it makes it very difficult to get out.  Thus, the "cabin fever".  But I do try to find something beautiful in each day and a couple of days ago, I saw these ---little bird tracks at the entrance to our back mud room.  Knowing they were either seeking food or shelter made me thankful we were there for them:) 


  1. Yes, I like to see the little bird tracks and the squirrel tracts. They are so cute!

  2. My husband is the one who really knows all about tracks from different animals, etc, anything to do with horticulture or agriculture. I just see the beauty. As we walk, he keeps me up-to-date on the various types of trees, their names, etc. He spent a lot of time coon hunting when he was younger, on a big spread up in western NY. That's where he grew up. We lived there for about 3 yrs., and our second child was born up in Warsaw, NY, close to Buffalo. In fact, a week before he was born, we had a terrible snow storm and had to crawl out the window (my husband, not me..lol), to shovel enough to get out of the house! But the winters were so terrible, and I missed my mountains down here in NC, so we moved back:)