Monday, 6 December 2010

A Cosy Day In

It's one of those days today when I feel like hibernating. Snuggling up with chocolate, hot chocolate anyone?

I shall indulge myself for a while, hiding away with my paints before the world beckons.
But before I do that, let me show you what greeted me in my front garden this morning. Yes, snow and also...



For the benefit of people outside the UK, click here if you really want to know what this means! It involves a 13 year old daughter who went to her first concert without any parents last week!

12 comments:

ruthie said...

OOh, Jess hot chocolate sounds just the ticket! I like the snow message. a few years ago my boy wrote "i love h & J,( his sisters)& mom stinks" as a joke i hasten to add, right down the middle of the village pavement, i had to laugh, rogue! lol hope u are keeping warm x

renilde said...

Looks like a happy 13 old daughter, a snow message, sweet.
I can see you made the best of your hibernation. Beautiful, love your birds,very lively! x Renilde

Jessie said...

Thanks Ruthie and Renilde, I thought it was sweet! I expect you laugh at what your son did now Ruthie!

Cori Lynn Berg said...

HI jessie ♫ Can I share a cup of cocoa with you??? I'll bring the mini marshmallows!

Jessie said...

You're on! Thanks Cori :)

Dyche Designs said...

Hot chocolate sounds perfect, love the message.

Jessie said...

Thanks Kathryn, it was! ;)

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Beautiful post and beautiful art Jessie..sounds like the perfect day!

Jessie said...

Thanks Victoria, chocolate takes the edge off! ;)

Marilyn said...

What gorgeous vibrant art pieces for a day when there is no colour outside. Beautiful photos of your winter wonderland ....and I love your daughter's ice graffiti ;-)
How wonderful for her to be out without parents for the first time, such a big step for parents as well as children!

Jessie said...

Thanks Marilyn, she was dropped off inside and collected but I'm afraid sitting inside a concert hall filled with screaming teenage girls was more than I could stand! ;)

Tammie said...

hot chocolate sounds wonderful and sinking into art is a lovely gift to oneself.... perhaps as good as the intimate relationship we had with toys when we were quite young... not much comes that close.