Saturday, December 12, 2009

I'm here, I'm here, OVER HEREEEEEEEE!

I'm sorry for any confusion my readers may be having, in finding my blog. Apparently, switching over to a domain name is not as easy as Blogger assured me it would be. They tell me that it will take three days to straighten everything out. In the meantime, I'm glad you found me again.
What really bothers me is they seem to have removed my blog list. I am most unhappy about this.


http://www.dogintheholestudio.com/

It is supposed to get up to 30 degrees. Right now it's absolutely magical outside. Branches are frosted and the sky is blue. I'm off to the studio, to sort, smile, dance around a little and just enjoy my wonderful space. I still have to pinch myself to believe that I finally have it.

:)Bea Have fun creating today!


14 comments:

  1. It looks fabulous-but I cannot even begin to imagine that much cold! Have a great day.

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  2. hope you have a fabulous time dancing around that great studio. It suppose to be 35 below here no dancing for me.

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  3. Hey, now your getting temperatures like I do out here.

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  4. Threadspider, it seems warm when it gets back up to the 30's. I know I've been running back and forth to the studio without a coat on and just smiling to myself. :)Bea

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  5. Lee, WHERE THE HECK ARE YOU? -35!!!!! Ok, that's not a place for humans. YOU COME OUT OF THERE. lol Well, at least you will have LOTS of time to do some creating since there isn't a chance in you know what that you'll be outside playing. :)Bea

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  6. G, it actually got warm enough to melt off one layer of packed down ice. Our Wise and Wonderful mayor decided NOT to use sand or salt this snowstorm. Our roads look like something from the 1930s. It's a jarrrrrrrrring ride, it is! :)Bea

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  7. I guess I don't even know what COLD is! BRRRRRRR!

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  8. LOL, why Yvonne it was practically BALMY today! lololsnort :)Bea

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  9. Oh my gosh I can not believe how much snow you have received...we have got a dusting and the winds have been wicked to walk out into. I am having some trouble getting to your wonderful voice but I am determined to continue to find you. Stay warm dear friend and yes the sun dogs are amazing to witness. Imagine and live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  10. Mary Helen, it should be easier now. Finally, my Follower list has showed up. I am still missing my blog list. Today, I guess I will have to put it in manually. I need to catch up on what everybody is doing and say hello. :)Bea

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  11. Hi Bea...The sky is blue and the snow is white...Sounds about right. The snow and the sky are both stuck in the gray mode here. Kinda like living in black and white...without the white, lol.
    I'm not complaining, life is grand!
    Huggins!
    Lisa

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  12. Oh there you are!! Not a time to play hide and seek Bea, it's too busy. Gosh, it's cold out here! I'm back to Ireland where it's - eerm - Frosty!! Your header photo is beautiful and I can imagine how glorious the whole countryside looks, but as for the bumpy roads - how h h h horid!

    Enjoy your lovely studio, I'll be in mine soon. YES. Just have to paint the walls and varnish the skirting. Woo hoo. I'm glad at least one of your lists turned up!!

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  13. No salt or sand?

    What's he waiting for, a lawsuit from someone who got into an accident on one of his precious roadways?

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  14. G, sometimes our mayor reminds me of the manager in the sitcom The Office. He thought it would be a good idea to plow all the side streets first, instead of salting and sanding.Unfortunately, the next night after the snowstorm, freezing temperatures descended. That packed and bonded the snow to the roads creating HUGE POTHOLES OF ICE. He's very sorry. lololol :)Bea

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