I remember last weekend beginning with me in the midst of wonderful winter holiday vibes with lights glowing everywhere, snow covered yards

and Gabby buying me an early Christmas present.  It’s amazing how many times she nudges my arm and I accidentally hit the buy button on my phone while I’m looking at my latest new favorite thing.

Then my niece made another excellent Netflix recommendation, The Haunting Of Hill House, and the next thing I know after some serious binge-watching was that I was asking the cardinal where all the snow and bright lights went

and strange creatures were roaming around our yard.

 Taking a break between episodes, nature helped calm my nerves with gently falling magical snowflakes and

beautiful sunset clouds reflecting between the ice. 

I’ve been waiting for the second season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ever since I finished watching the first season and I’m not sure what I will miss this weekend while binge-watching the show, but I hope there will be something bright on the horizon waiting for me after this binge.

20 Replies to “The Week In Seven Photos”

    1. The cold weather has returned, but I’m missing the snow.❄️❄️❄️ I’m very impressed with my niece’s recommendations and I’m afraid I’m becoming a fan of the horror genre – The Haunting of Hill House was great!! Enjoy the weekend.🙂

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  1. Your week in seven photos is for me your week two weeks ago in seven photos as I am so behind. But what a fabulous sunset it was two weeks ago, and what is that strange animal in photo 4? Looks like a hedgehog, but a bit different.

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    1. Thank you!🙂 Fewer sunsets lately with our gray weather and I keep hoping for snow. The animal is a possum and while I’ve always known they roam around our yard all night, that was the first time I’ve seen one during the day.

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