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I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE!!! COME ON IN AND VISIT FOR A BIT...

I am so glad you stopped by to visit. I read every one of your sweet comments. Come back and visit soon!

I hope you enjoy seeing photos of the Cape house, as much as I do living here :)





Sunday, December 12, 2010

Winter at the Cape House

Hi All,
We are having a little snow here in Illinois. Just enough to cover the ground. I had to run out an snap a picture!
My sign says it all...

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28 comments:

  1. I Love these photos, your cottage looks so inviting.. Norman Rockwell comes to mind! We have miserable rain here, I wish it were snow.

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  2. It sure does look pretty Robin! Stay warm and cozy today.

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  3. So so pretty. You charming home set in snow!

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  4. Just enough to make it pleasant.
    You have a beautiful home.

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  5. Perfect picture. I totally looks like Christmas. Hugs, Marty

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  6. Well, I can't type. It looks like Christmas. lol Hugs, Marty

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  7. You photo would make a beautiful painting! Very cozy and inviting!
    Wendy

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  8. It looks like a picture postcard!! Sooooo festive!

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  9. Oh Robin.....how wonderful! Your place is just beyond words gorgeous! Would loved to make to church today...but it is PJ day at 1515 and as u know it is Christmas for Mary and I. IT ALWAYS seems to snow for us! Just sitting and watching it coming down is my kind of day!

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  10. Oh Robin...Your home looks like the most perfect little cottage! So beautiful in the snow, all decorated for Christmas!

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  11. Your cottage looks like it should be on a Christmas card! The wind is howling here, and it's snowing pretty hard. A good day to stay inside and watch football all day!

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  12. Robin...Everything looks so beautiful. Either photo would make a great Christmas card. The dusting of snow tops it all off perfectly.

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  13. Looks like a painting someone painted! So cute!
    Brenda

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  14. yes, Thomas Kincade, Norman Rockwell, Christmas....beautiful!!!!

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  15. Hi Robin-thought I'd stop by and check out your blog. I'd seen your name on Ann's blog and then your name was brought up last nite at the party and I thought I'd come by and say hello-love your home-decorations are beautiful for the holidays!

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  16. A cottage blanketed in snow. So pretty!!

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  17. It's cold here and we're having flurries.
    Wonder if school will be delayed tomorrow.

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  18. Your home looks absolutely PERFECT. Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  19. It's so pretty Robyn~
    I love the sign and the picket fence! Your home does look Norman Rockwellish! I love Cape Cod's, I think they are one of my favorite styles!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  20. ahhh, this is so pretty, Robin. That photo should be on the front of a wonderful magazine. Just beautiful...I LUV your house.
    I also LUV that sign..wonder where you got it??
    hugs, bj

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  21. It really is the most wonderful time of the year isn't it? I wish it lasted all winter long. I am going to try to keep the Christmas spirit all year long.
    Blessings~
    Gwenny

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  22. SO CHARMING THE COTTAGE IN THE SNOW IS A DREAM THIS IS THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR ...BLESSINGS

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  23. Your home is so beautiful covered in snow! Looks like a Christmas card! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  24. Absolutely charming! That's a Christmas card for sure!

    Have a lovely Christmas!

    Manuela

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  25. Your home looks absolutely idyllic, what a gorgeous place to live. Have a great Christmas.
    Jo xx

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