Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Dear Friends,  Yesterday hubby and I ran up to Estes Park~specifically for the reason we needed to renew car registration and the DMV up there is always empty, so we walk in and get it done within five minutes.  We decided to try to get some Christmas Card shots and here is one of them; I really like it but hubby doesn't, so we will use another one.  It was cold!  I had my jacket, but didn't put on my casual snow boots and I  paid for it-by the time we walked around this lake(only 1/2-1 mile), my socks were wet.  I was so shocked, because they are my everyday shoes and made well.  I guess the slush got in through the stitching holes.  It was a fun drive and errand; gave me a taste of the mountains I love.  Today hubby is working on refinishing the treadle machine cabinet we got several months ago and I'm headed downstairs to sew.  We've got grands coming over this afternoon, so big sister can do some Christmas shopping with her mom.  I hope you have a great day today!
Sending love your way!


  1. That's a perfect pic....you both look so happy and natural .....talk him into using it! :o)

  2. I love the Estes Park area. I think the photo turned out well.

  3. What a lovely photo shoot. Though your husband doesn't care for it I'm sure you have another great one.
    Estes Park~I love it there! Nice to see they have had snow.
    We too travel to another town to get our licence as it is usually led busy.
    Enjoy your grands. :-)

    Thanksgiving blessings to you~~

  4. I think that is a great picture of both of you, Noreen. I have not been to Estes Park in at least 40 years. It is beautiful country!
    Hope you have fun sewing. xo Diana

  5. Actually we think it is a good shot!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  6. We took Christmas pictures on Wednesday and we got one that we like! Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving. Debby


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