Baby it’s winter outside…

Baby it’s winter outside, but in my heart it’s spring… Smilla is so darling cute. See what I mean? She makes my heart melt every day.

Lazy winter day...
Smilla wanted to add a short message today: I don’t like winter. It’s too much snow, too cold, and gosh, its boring to stay inside all day! Still, I’m staying in. Just so you know. But I am bored. Very bored. When will summer come back? My humans are boring, everything is boring. Turn the computer off and come play…

I, Hanna, did go into the snow but I’m glad I’ve got boots so my paws don’t have to touch all that white cold stuff. Wanted to share these winter photos today, they are all taken with my new beloved smart phone:

Winter Forest Restaurant
The Winter Forest Restaurant is open to all birds.

My Christmas tree
I decorated my Christmas tree with mostly natural light and snow.

Hidden resting place
Bench almost completely hidden in snow, not that I wanted to sit there anyway.

b/w Birch in deep snow
B/W Birch in deep snow.

Post summer indeed
It is “post summer” indeed.

Back to the lady of the house:

Smilla in winter mood
Smilla stretching in the kitchen
Smilla in winter mood

14 Responses

  1. Wow… amazing how your winter pictures look like scenes from around here (Saskatchewan, Canada)… and I’m with Smilla, I want summer back now everything feels boring boring!!

  2. I tried to look at the snow photos, but I just keep going back to Smilla. She has been a constant in our blog friendship, perhaps what first drew me to your blog and made me comment, and then I got to know you! It was so crazy when I ended up with a lost kitty who looks so similar.

    Ah, I’m just reminiscing out loud. Since I can’t pet Smilla, I’m off to find my Kin instead. :)

  3. Thanks girls! Pam, Canada and Sweden has quite similar weather with the season and all (I’ve heard, I haven’t been to your beautiful and much bigger country yet!)

    Lanie, thanks! Smilla likes the rugs too!

  4. LOVE that christmas tree and the pretty kitty – what personality she projects from that picture!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Looking forward to your Strathmore work!

  5. Love the kitty, love the rug, love the bird feeder (it’s huge!) and love LOOKING at your snow in photos.

    We hardly have any snow on the ground at all. Just a touch of white here and there. It’s gonna snow tomorrow though. I was meant to live in Florida or Arizona! Hopefully I’ll get a vacation to a nice warm climate sometime this winter–my fingers are crossed.

  6. I love your winter photographs and, of course, your kitty (cats have such a special place in my heart! Love that she’s so honest about her kitty boredom — isn’t that just how they are?!). =)

    Thanks for visiting my blog — I’ll be back to visit yours again, too!

    Happy creating!


  7. beautiful photos…looks chilly out there. thanks for participating in artJOURNALING daily :) wishing you a prosperous and beautiful 2011!! artful hugs..xo

  8. Thanks for commenting on my blog and being such a creative inspiration to all of us! Traci, I really enjoy your art journal posts lately! Let me know if I can be a guest poster in the project!? :-)

  9. smilla looks like such a cuddly sweetheart! i enjoy looking at your photos of winter wonderland. i grew up in the snow but now live in the sunny desert.

  10. Love your black and white photos particularly the Birch, though Smilla is definitely the star of the post, she is so cuddly. Happy New Year Hanna.

  11. Yes, it’s true that your winter pictures remind me of Canada. ^-^ We currently have lots of snow, like you do.
    And I love thoses pictures of “the lady of the house” with this carpet. :-) The colors are beautiful.
    Gotta love cat pictures, too. ;-)

  12. So many snow images coming from my friends in Scandinavian countries. What a storm.

    But your kitty has the right idea! Isn’t it nice for her that if she runs out of food, it will be YOU that must brave the elements to see that she has more? No wonder she is enjoying herself so much!

  13. wow, how late could I BE?! But I’m here, that’s the point. And I love Smilla! I watched Smilla’s Sense of Snow this weekend and thought of you.

    My Scoutie gets SO BORED, and when we had all that rain rain rain storms days and days, she actually blamed me for it. She’s definitely a california girl.


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