Welcome to my blog! I hope you enjoy reading about my busy life with my husband of 30 years and our four sons and daughter-in-law. We are now empty nesters and my blog is helping me through the journey. I love the Lord and I love my family. I also love to decorate and go to thrift stores!
A few weeks ago we had below freezing weather. I got up early to go on a walk with my neighbor and I found all of these beautiful webs, so I went back inside to get my camera to take on our walk and boy am I glad I did.
God's work is amazing!
It looks like crochet!
These little prickly icicles grew on almost everything.
They are breathtaking.
I have never seen these before and my husband told me it's because the fog rolled in and moistened everything and then it froze.
It's referred to by many names, ice crystals, frost crystals, ice feathers, fern frost, etc.
I looked it up on the internet and found that the proper name is hoar frost or rime frost.
Whatever you call it, it's gorgeous!
Love these frozen berries!
These leaves look like they are forever entombed in our birdbath.
I love this little fence in my neighborhood. It changes it's look with every season.
What a beautiful old tree.
A wheat-like bush.
God does amazing work!
Even this mud-puddle has turned to a thing of beauty. It looks like an aerial map of some kind.
This is one of my favorites, it reminds me of 1970s wallpaper.
I love how the sun is shinning through this frozen tree.
A simple bush turns into a artistic sculpture.
What a quaint little scene.
A carpet of frozen grass.
Spiders make their webs in the strangest places. They are normally naked to us and we never notice them, so it's fun that they are revealed to us when they are covered in ice. They are truly marvelously made.
What a spectacular gift God gave us this morning!
"The breath of God produces ice, and the broad waters become frozen." Job 37:10