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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Finally, the sun shineth in

January was very raw.
First days and days of rain.
Cloudy cold days threw daggers at my store bought knees.
Febuary brought in cloudy days again but with snow here and there and the knees suffered on.

The sun shineth in, through my patio door.  

It was still a little chilly but warm enough to step outside and soak some of it up.

May your week be filled with sun shining in your windows.

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My Little Home and Garden said...

I wish you well with those "store bought knees".

I always love how the sunshine comes into my house too. Thanks for bringing the light through your patio doors to "Sunlit Sunday" this week!


JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Lovely sentiments - I can feel the sunshine warming my toes as I look at your photo.

Nadia Ameri said...

Nothing like the sun shining inside the house!

Lorrie said...

Sunlight streaming across the floor is such a welcome sight at this time of year. I like to just stand in it, absorbing all the warmth I can.
Beautiful photos. I hope the sun continues to shine for you.

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Hi Peggy

I'm popping over to visit after linking with Karen's Sunlit Sunday.

Great photos of lovely sunshine popping in your door.

Have a good week and I hope that the weather gets better and better!


Elizabethd said...

It is lovely when you have a sunny day. The weather forecast for Britain shows more snow, sadly.

Snap said...

I love the shadows and the sun shining on your floor. Lovely shot. Happy Sunlit Sunday!

Lavender Cottage said...

Good morning Peggy
It's amazing how a little bit of sun can pick a person up. I've heard mixed reports from friends that also have store bought knees. Only one who had both replaced is totally positive about the experience.

Pondside said...

Hi Peggy - may the sunshine warm your knees and take away the pain!

Crafty Gardener said...

Lovely to see patches of sunlight cheering up these winter days ...... visiting from Sunlit Sunday where I'm sharing some snowy scenes today ...

Ima Weed said...

So glad that I don't own any 'store bought' knees. I spent a time in the swing on the front porch yesterday just soaking up the sun.

Infuse With Liz said...

Store bought knees? I assume you mean replacement knees? My Mom has them and I guess she's lucky because she's never had problems with them.
The sun makes everything seem so much more warm and comfy!
Hope your kneeds will feel better.
Visiting from Sunlit Sunday.

La Petite Gallery said...

Dear Peggy, I slipped on the wet tile, got it on both knees, Besides I have the flu, Can't see out side the house is covered in snow. They are digging me out.
The Blizzard was a wild one I can't push open the doors there is 5 ft of snow in back of them.
The sun is out and I can see deer tracks now all is well.
Stay warm yvonne

Ruth Kelly said...

Some of our snow melted. Glad to see the sun.

NatureFootstep said...

love the shadows on your floor. :)

I had some trouble finding you as your comment sent me to Google+ But now I am here. :)