The thing to do

When there are icicles hanging from the wisteria and only mad dogs might choose to venture out of doors.

I find it's best to bake something comforting, Norwegian cinnamon buns, in case you were wondering.

Turn on the lamps, bring out the blankets

and be glad that work is of the indoor variety.

Will have to get to the post office at some point though.

I wonder if the mad dog might be trained to carry parcels?

Several people have asked about the lanterns in the previous post. They came from Cox & Cox , a really lovely company with a website just chock-a-block full of pretty things to brighten your world.


rachel said…
Mad dogs might carry parcels, but I find that they tend to drop them in the snow when something more interesting appears! It's an attention span thing..... But they LOVE going to the Post Office!
kristina said…
Norwegian cinnamon buns--mmm! Perhaps you could hitch a sled behind the dog? K x
Bethany Hissong said…
I can smell the cinnamon from here! Stay warm and be careful out there (I think your dog is camouflaged!)
Jo said…
I've been craving cinnamon buns since the snow started a couple of days ago - think I might finally give in tomorrow.
Bee said…
The very words "Norwegian cinnamon buns" are warming. Yesterday I had one of those stay-at-home baking days. (Fruitcake, sugar cookies, ginger cookies.) But today I went to London, and all I can say is Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
Oooh, I love cinnamon buns and have been wanting to make them for ages. Trouble is, noone else here likes cinnamon and I couldn't eat a whole batch. Could I???
Tabiboo said…
You could give it a go - he looks like he may be up for it - maybe.

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