Hi there and welcome to Friday’s Fave Five ~ the 4th and final November Treasure Hunt edition. Looking for treasures this month was a lot easier than I thought it would be. Thanks for joining me!
This week’s treasures:
1. A moonlit sky just before dawn.
2. A long and lovely prayer walk in a nearby woods with a friend and Sophie.
The air was crisp and cold with the only sound the beautiful song of the brook rippling over the stones.
3. The first snowstorm = a cosy evening at home.
Candlelight, a glass of wine, chicken and rice casserole, and a perfect dessert for blustery nights ~ baked apples.
4. Digging out the next morning ~ so thankful for my shovel-wielding husband! Boomer, our local CBC weatherman, predicted “shovelable snow” – and he was right.
Winter routine has begun for our student girl – she drives 30 min to school each day. So it’s up early to scrape off the car and warm it up before she heads off.
5. Well . . . here we are, the last treasure in my Nov Hunt. These little blooms have featured prominently the last month. It seems so rare and lovely to have flowers blooming in November.
And I’m sure it’s only a minor miracle, but I don’t think I’ve ever had snapdragons blooming in the snow! 🙂
Thanks for stopping in to visit!
And, to all my American friends, hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!
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