Saturday, January 9, 2010

More free images from the Dumas book

Still bitterly cold here in Mississippi but we're hanging in there. Got the gas logs blazing as well as the central heating unit. Got a small fan placed to pull heat from the logs to the other end of the house where I'm sitting now. One end of this house is just harder to heat or cool than the other end. And this end has the central unit in it. Oh well, I'm no engineer so I sure can't figure out that anomaly.

We had lots of snow today but none of it stuck to the ground. It was pretty coming down but I only saw it in momentary bits of time when I went to the front of the dealership for work reasons. The main office is in the middle area of the building where there are no windows. No wonder we get so cranky sometimes LOL!

Here are four more images from the Dumas book mentioned in a couple of posts back. Remember to click on the image here to bring it up in full-size. They are a little over 1 MB in size each.  Have fun with them and if you create something using them, I'd love to see it. Stay warm and safe and God Bless You!

9 blog friends left a treasured comment:

Susie Jefferson said...

These are great - what a find!

Snow? Don't talk to me about snow! We hardly ever get snow in London and the UK at the moment is gripped in the coldest weather since 1963 - we're running out of grit and rock salt for the roads, it's solid ice everywhere. Yesterday, somewhere in Scotland was -17 degrees, and apparently that's as cold as the South Pole!

Today I have to go and shop, so it'll be slip sliding all the way no doubt. At least I'll be dressed for it, and never mind fashion, I'll be "borrowing" Himself's woolly hat that I bought for him a couple of years ago, that he refuses to wear.

Deborah said...

Hard to imagine snow in Mississippi but I know my friend in Oklahoma was snowed in over Christmas. Not too bad here in Cambridge (UK) - an inch maybe.

Dezinaworld said...

Fantastic and thanks so much for sharing, i am loving your blog and gonna add to follow
hugs June xxx

A Dancing Mango said...

HI Theresa,
Thank you for the beautiful images.. Cold..?. Remember I told you I lived in Florida not so long ago.. and that was in Sw. Florida.. the warmest part.
Well my brother called today as he lives there to tell me it is 20 degrees down there.. can you imagine. I guess the country is filled with cold, so now is time to warm our hearts..
Hugs, Darlene xo

Terri Kahrs said...

So sorry to hear that you're in the 'deep freeze' too! Whatever happened to 'global warming'? Thank you so much for these images. They're awesome. Thank you too for your visit and sweet comments. Stay warm! Hugs, Terri

whymsicalmusings said...

Holy Cow you have Misserable snow also!!!! I loved it at first but now with the 0 and below temps I am ready for a warm up!

Kym Decker said...

I know it's cold everywhere, even here in Tennessee, we are colder than we have been since the early 1900's!! I just found your blog and wanted to say a quick "Hello"! You have a beautiful site and I placed your button on my sidebar so I can come back and visit again! Stay warm!

Kym Decker said...

Here is a small token from me to you to thank you for being such a nice person!
You can find it here:

Thank you, Kym

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Hi Theresa...I am happy you will be following my blog. Thank you. I look forward to returning to your blog very soon, so I have added myself to your followers list as well. I am in the middle of a project or I would stay now, but I will return as soon as I have a bit more time. Kind regards. Hugs, Gayle (in Canada)