Warm Fuzzy Winter Pity



In winter, I always feel a little bit sorry for homes that don't have old radiators to warm their boots and toast their gloves dry.


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7 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Yikes! I'd be afraid it would be a fire hazard! But I'm paranoid that way!

Sandra said...

we don't have a radiator or gloves or books or scarves or sweaters, Florida does not need any of the above. when I lived in KY we had a woodburning stove and we put all our winter gear between it and the wall to warm it up, also got dressed behind the stove when it was to cold and ice was on the inside of the windows in my attic bedroom

Verde Farm said...

I saw this picture on your photo tab and loved it. You have a beautiful home--look at all those kids having fun. That’s awesome. I welcome you to visit Verde Farm when you have a minute.
Happy Sunday,
Amy
PS--that sheep in your network blogs is me too.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

There is certainly a unique smell when you're drying wet mittens and hats on the radiator. We grew up with old silver radiators in every room. One day we discovered how easily crayons melted when you press them against the hot radiator. We were so thrilled at all the colors running down everywhere, however my mother was not. Thank you for visiting my blog. I look forward to visiting your lovely blog often. Oh, love the hill in front. Perfect for sledding not so for mowing.( I live on a hill too)

lvroftiques said...

What a beautiful house! And talk about idyllic! Perfect snowy backdrop with kids playing and mittins warming on the radiator...YES!! I'll take it all please!! *winks*....Hmmm "Idyllic Acres" has a nice flow to it dont'cha think? Vanna

SandyCarlson said...

Wonderful photo and thought. I love those cozy old radiators.

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

Ohhhh that brought back memories! My parents used to heat our farmhouse with a woodstove in the kitchen and we would always have all our mittens,boots, hats, scarves and everything all scattered around it.
Your blog is wonderful!
Beth