We are in a Winter Wonderland here in Ontario. The snow on our fifty maple trees looks like a postcard today. And you can see how our birds are out and about and happy to see the 'crazy bird lady' walking about. Did I mention I love chickadees. haha!
Here's how it looks this morning very early. That's the retired guy out filling feeders for me and leaving cat food for his beloved three crows.
Wilson and Annie know how to spend these snowy cold days.
This guy has no shame...NONE.
This pic is to prove that they do wake up once in awhile to see if there is anyone in the kitchen where their stinky goodness is kept.
I have put up a wee fake tree for now in the mouse house to see if the cats will ignore it.
So far so good but a real tree will come with interesting smells so I'm probably wasting my time.
But I do love having my woodland critters on it and here is one of my favorite.
Have you ever wanted to throw on some pearls and grab a glass of bubbly? Of course you have. ;-)
My little house collection is growing. I adore them and found a little white house to add to the Cluttered Country Cottage Christmas China Cupboard.
I'll show you next time.
I've been told that if anything stands still long enough at Fox Grove it just might end up decorated for Christmas.
And that goes for the old OH at the front of our woodlot.
This OH has been moved three times and scrubbed from top to bottom so why not?
And inside I have put an insulated box with a cozy blanket for any little critter that comes
along on those frigid days ahead in Ontario.
So far the food has been eaten everyday inside the door so I know something is very interested in this real estate. :-)
I hope everyone is enjoying the lead up to Christmas.
Today I'll be working on the twelve stockings I hang every year for the family and our two spoiled cats. A good plan for a snowy day.
be kind, Deb