Just a few pictures I took while learning about the new camera.
This where I do all my computer stuff. I put a mirror on the desk so it can reflect the TV and I can watch what my husband is watching. I do most of my TV watching this way. He sits in the big chair with Annie at his feet. It works well for both of us, except he sometimes turns off the sound, which I find frustrating, but he wears hearing aids and he finds it easier sometimes not to have to listen to the noise of a hockey game for example.
There is my husband, 6' 2" and eyes of blue in the kitchen he built. He used beetle wood for all my cabinet doors. I have one of a kind kitchen. I think that man can create or repair anything. He can't spell his way out of a paper bag but is a superb artist with pencil or oils, is great at drafting, has built three houses himself. He doesn't like doing electric stuff much but has done some and he avoids doing anything with the vehicles. He also taught his girls to sew, knit and crochet. His stitches are way neater than mine. He can darn too. Nothing he can't do except spell. He's almost perfect.
This is the view from my kitchen window this morning, we had about 4" of snow overnight and it has been snowing all day. I was too lazy to go outside to take it. You can see part of the solarium and deck that hubby built. The bush goes on and on for miles.
Thankfully we invested in an ATV with a blade this year so he was able to clear the driveway, whereas in previous years we have both been out there shoveling.
Obviously I forgot that there was a net window there, but here is Annie the dog coming to investigate what I have in my hand. I used the zoom. She is a Maremma dog and they are completely unique in temperament, we rescued her from a shelter, she does not think of herself as a pet at all. Shed, I have never seen anything like it, I have to vacuum nearly every day otherwise the place looks dreadful. She wants to be wherever my husband is so I haven't the heart to insist she stay outside. She loves winter though and is quite comfortable outside at -20C.
I think most of my pictures are going to be white for the next six months. Looks like the snow is here to stay.