Thursday, January 7, 2010

Chilly much???

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There….

I feel warmer already.

You?

Thank you Garden design for the beautiful images

60 comments:

sara@augustfields said...

that catwalk along the mountainside is amazing! and yes...i needed a little warm weather pick me up...we just got dumped on with snow this morning! :)

somepinkflowers said...

up here
in northeast florida
my tropical plants FROZE!

:-(

i am
so bummed about about it.....

{{ we will see who resurfaces
in the spring*time;
i am ever hopeful }}

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Oh...I hear ya Pink! I don't even want to go outside to see the shape my sad tropicals are in. I know, from experience some will survive...but know others won't.

Cryin' with ya.

Sara.....ooooh. Blustery. The catwalk is in balmy Hawaii....ahhh...

Farmgirl Paints said...

I really hate what's outside right now. Windchill 11 below, blowing snow, dark skies. I'd love to live in one of those images. It really does help just looking at them.

LindsB said...

I feel your pain, its like that up here for almost 5 months out of the year...I hope you don't get hit too hard!

Deborah said...

YUM! Swoonilicious! All toasty over here! **kisskiss** Deb

erin said...

it is hard to believe that somewhere it is warm! expecting snow in Tennessee today! lovely pictures.

Susan Erickson said...

O.K. that is what my frozen body needs...sunshine and heat! Us, canadians know the cold ,BUT we are probabvly the best nation on earth for escaping it. I can be there just by looking at the pics. It's a gift...thanks for yours!

Joycee said...

Thanks, I needed that! I blogged about setting outside at a favorite restaurant in Gruene, Texas yesterday...daydreaming the snow away!

MyLittleHappyPlace said...

When I first saw that pool, I thought you were going to tell me it was your backyard oasis. I was going to have to invest in some serious pancake make-up to cover up my pea green pallor! ;)
Sending warm thoughts your way!

SeaWorthy said...

Id love to be sitting by that fire with ya! Good times, sister! Who woulda thought the Pacific Northwest would be the warm spot @ 45 this morning...
xoxo
Coastal Nest

Jane said...

Love the fire pit!

So far, my tropical plants have seemed to survive...but we still have several more days of this weather.... At least we don't have snow!!! It's still paradise!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Ah, you're killing me! I sit here, wrapped in a red pashmina with Edward on my feet, expecting snow!

Maya said...
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Maya said...

One day I will live in a place where the snow will not find me!

Love the walk!!

Laura Trevey said...

ahhh...

I would like to
Twitch my nose...
Close my eyes...
and be there ...

donna baker said...

Linda, you must be freezing down there since you're not used to the cold.

The Bliss Journey said...

There is something so not right about frost on my car window this morning. I had to bring in my orchid 2 nights ago. Well at least I can wear the new scarf that I crocheted. Keep warm.
Kathleen

SILVIA said...

thank you, thank you, thank you for this wonderful pictures, i would give anything and i mean anything to be there right now,lol..did i thank you already??lol.

have a wonderful day friend!!

for the love of a house said...

Hope you are staying warm!! I heard y'all were getting some really cold temperatures!
Beware of the frozen iguanas falling from trees:-O!!

farmhouse wares said...

Happy New Year Linda. Stay warm. Up here in New England, I won't get out of my smart wool socks for another three months. (whine)

christy b., that's me! said...

Why, yes...I do feel warmer already.
Thank you.
:o)

anita said...

GORgeous, gorgeous!

my tropicals bit it big time,
oh to be a few more degrees south

FROM THE RIGHT BANK said...

Um, it's snowing here. I thought I had moved to the South . . .

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

This is gorgeous, Linda!

I'm sitting in the hearth room, with a blankie over my feet, looking out at the snow. Your post improved the warmth.

becky at abbeystyle said...

you must have been frozen stiff for the last few days...glad you're back!

Vila do Artesão said...

I was missing your posts, Linda.
This pool is perfect in our summer here in Brazil.
I would love to have one like this, right now.
Cris Turek

Renae said...

You Floridians must feel like ice cubes! Love the images...although, I am enjoying the cold because I can't stand the heat and humidity that will be coming!
xo

Pam Kersting said...

Oh what I would do for a Kauai vacation right about now! Beautiful images!

Ana Balbinot said...

Lovely pics, Linda! Here in Brazil, its summertime and its very hot!
Xoxo

Lavender and Lilies said...

I'm freezing my tail off in South Carolina so thanks for the warm images!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Oh...It is so sad...coconut trees dying...ginger turning their cold gray toes up. I tell ya. Tropicals in the subtropics just aren't happy...I'm just sad. And cold...mostly sad.

MissBliss said...

by the time we got back from Colorado to Miami Beach, I thought we were still in Colorado!!!

These pictures do help... you are a girl after my own heart, Linda.

Palm trees and water and wood, so beautiful!

I have never worn 3 layers on Miami Beach before... brrrr.

stay warm! Happy 2010!

C said...

ohmygoodness these r beautiful photos! they led me into fantasyland for a lil while so i appreciate it very much! it is 38 below zero now here in the omaha area... i sure could use a trip to your places BIGTIME!

happy new years!

c

simpledaisy said...

Oh...I love that walkway..gorgeous just gorgeous!

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

We're definitely on the same page! ;) Can't wait to see your laundry room redo!! :D

Mango Gal said...

I'm starting to run out of warm clothes Linda! My S.Fla wardrobe is not meant for this!

Linda Lou said...

Beautiful shots...I hope that you are not experience the freeze that the rest of the country is! San Diego, has been hovering around 70 degrees the last week or so...no complaints at all!

Acanthus and Acorn said...

I think we are all too cold. Crazy cold here in Virgina, snowed again today!!! The first photo was so warm and tranquill.

Lauren said...

oh my goodness- it's too beautiful and way too early for me to start missing the heat!!!

xoxo

Gwen Driscoll said...

Oh, why can't I be there. It's so cold here. I'm ready for spring. We've got a long way to go until it gets here. Hope all is well.

Gwen
Ragland Hill Social

NYCLQ said...

OMG!!! IS it not FREEZING this morning?!?! Even COLDER up by you and expected to drop even MORE!!!

Brrrr......

But your pics were a REALLY nice escape. Needed that. ThX!

:D Lynda
http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com/

kathi said...

Hi Linda,
Thanks so much for your great photos!
I'm freezing here in Alabama this morning too!
I posted a link to your blog today. I'm using some of your photos as inspiration for my dollhouse miniature tropical plants! These won't freeze and don't have to be watered either. :D
Hope it warms up for you soon!

Stephanie said...

yes, thank you very much...are you getting cold like spf's?

I heard last week it was warmer in Anchorage than in Tallahassee!!

cold here, no surprises there.

x..x

Blue Muse said...

When do we leave? =)
xo Isa

Renee Finberg said...

i SO need to cover my orchids!!!
but i am too cold to do it.

xxx

Zelda said...

dreaaaammmmmmmy !! exotique

Deborah said...

Thank you for the lovely quote about the stars for my dog, Bear. They really are more than just dogs...love bundled up in a furry little package. **happy smiles** Deb

dec0r8or said...

Awww...you poor Floridians...dealing with what I'm dealing with on a DAILY BASIS up here in NY. Ugh. I can't wait for winter to be over. So...Linda....I'm sure you must have some laundry room makeover pics to share, don't you? Hmmmmm?

Karen Deborah said...

It's very cold. I can't complain when I saw a frozen waterfall in MI. Us southern girls are not used to chill like this. I hope your beautiful garden survives it especially after all the work you did!

chanteusevca said...

It's always wonderfully warm and welcoming here on your beautiful, colorful blog. I could live here! Got any rooms to let? Oh, and I'll be happy to do laundry for my board...and cook...and clean windows!

Maria Killam said...

Thank you so much for your great comment just now, I'm sure they will all be helpful in helping my client commit to either choice :)

I wish I was in those images you've shown!!

J. said...

Im mostly enjoying the pics, looks wonderful!

Natalia Cardoza said...

Ack, my poor plants! How're yours fairing?

I layered every bit of my wafer thin Florida wardrobe trying to survive the freezing temps in New Orleans this weekend...brrrr!

Thanks for the warming pics,

Nat

kj said...

therapy! now this is a therapy blog!

what do i owe you for this winter blues fix? it actually warmed me instantly, but you knew it would, right?

love love
kj

Joyce said...

Hel-lo Linda! I was thinking of you today when I saw the news that even Florida is getting a chill. Stay warm my friend!

PS- remember my friend I mentioned about about being in the magazine? I will do a brief post on her tomorrow. Love... xo

Jenny said...

Paradise come take me away from this cold & dreary place.

Beautiful photos.

Ry @ Sotto Il Monte Vineyards said...

Sign me up! I've had it with this crazy arctic weather!

My Castle in Spain said...

well...i think i could stay there for a little while...
Andalucia is now wet, wet, wet and it's a bit boring !!
ah..where's the sun gone ?

Millie said...

I love this post Linda! You are doing a wonderful community service to all those freezing in less than warm places. Sounds like Florida isn't that tropical at the moment either - hang in there.
Millie ^_^

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