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Brrr....Brrr...Brrr... it is really cold in New England, and it is only February 6th, but thankfully, the predicted heavy snow last night was more of an icy rain, that is melting this morning.  The sun is out and it is 37 degrees, but my bones are still so cold. 

While the snow fell again this week, it was the perfect opportunity to work on some of my stitching projects, of course!    Using a February banner pattern that I have had in my stash for quite some time, I decided to embellish it a little differently with some flowers and hearts.

I love my latest LHN piece, "Exodus 20:16", which I also finished this week.  The colours are so rich and I am really pleased with the way it turned out.  The verse is one of my favorites..."Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor".  If we can keep this one in our hearts every day, it would make the world a better place in which to live. 

Just to give you an idea of what our record snow falls look like, here are a few pictures around our neighborhood.

The snow plows are having a difficult time trying to figure where to put all the snow, and lately, in the evenings, they have been coming into our neighborhood with dump trucks and plows and taking away some of it.  There is just no place to put it and the roads are dangerously narrow! 

This is a view of all the snow that fell on the roof on our second story!  Many of our neighbors have had major roof leakage, and have had to call roofers to come and remove the snow.  Earlier this week we too had to have some snow removed from the roof in back of our house because we had water leaking on our living room ceiling.  We just need some sunny days to melt it!

Where ever you live, I hope that this finds you well and cozy, and that you are able to take some special moments for yourself, and time for some stitching of course!

Crossing in Stitches & Friendship With You!
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