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Thursday, January 13, 2011

ICE ON THE POND...


Greeted this morning by hungry Blue Jays, freezing temperatures and Ice on the Pond!

It looks warm, but it is not!!  No aquatic bird visits today with the ice on the pond.  I miss the Swans, Egrets, Great Blue Heron, who all hang out at the larger lake in our community where it is not covered with ice because it is deeper. And yet there is beauty in the ice with it's bluish color and stark whiteness...
My little frog figures that my cousin painted for me are a comical contrast to the ice in their skimpy bathing suits-Ha!
I am so wanting our usual, more normal SC temperatures for this time of year to return!  I know that Global warming is a real problem looming over us but it is hard to believe it exists with the whole U.S. having freezing temps and only Florida without snow!  Hmmm!

Thank you for visiting and come back soon.  I miss you when you do not come.  We can have a nice hot cup of coffee, cocoa or tea and chat awhile.  And I can always find something to giggle about, how about you?

♥KERRIE♥
My heart to yours...    

6 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Loved reading and looking at the pics Kerrie, Ice is not so good on the ground , looks lovely on ponds,

Take care.
Yvonne.

Sue @ Not the Good Scissors! said...

Well hello there. Yeah, I know. 2010 was a crazy year for me but I am back.

I love your pond pictures. Reminds me of little diamonds dancing on the water.

I have a lot of catching up to do and I missed everyone terribly.
Hugs, Sue

Doris Sturm said...

Yes, no snow here either, but it sure has been chilly...the cat's water dish outside is frozen every morning, so I have to hack off the ice to replace it with fresh water for our strays outside. I feel sorry for them. I have no idea where they find shelter...I wish I owned that strip of woods so I could build little cat homes out there...

There's beauty in every season, I know, but I sure feel bad for the animals outside.

Ginny said...

I do love the little frogs, so cheery in the bleak mid-winter! Next time, how about a hot cup of tea with honey, or some hot chocolate? I'll provide the scones with clotted cream!!

Beverly said...

Kerrie, you have a gift for sharing all that is lovely through your eyes and words.

Thank you for being a bright light in my day.

Micki said...

What lovely pics! I really enjoyed all of the fantastic nature Kerrie!
Micki