Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Here’s a little something to help cool us off during the heat of summer, as I sit here and reminisce about winter.

I woke up one morning to the crisp blue and sparkling white of a clear day after a surprise snowfall the night before.  I live in central Pennsylvania, so the idea of snow in the winter is hardly foreign (though we had no real snowfall to speak of this past winter, which makes me sad for several reasons) but fresh snow is almost always breathtakingly beautiful.  I was feeling particularly snug this morning; warm blankets, purring kitty, hot coffee, nice boyfriend to curl up with.  I felt serene.  Safe.  Warm.

Presenting the view from inside:

Good morning!  The view from my bedroom.

The view from my kitchen door. Notice I still didn’t venture outside.

From my front door. Dig my neighbor’s crazy Dr. Seuss tree.

It was beautiful out there.  But I’m glad I stayed inside.  Keep cool, everyone!

You can check out all of the Weekly Photo Challenges here, and below are some of my personal favorites for the week.










26 responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

  1. Northern Narratives

    Thank your for the pingback. We also had very little snow last winter and your photos sure make me look forward to this winter 🙂


    • beyondpaisley – Author

      Not that I’m crazy about shoveling, but if I live in a place that theoretically has four seasons, I’d like to experience all of them. 🙂


  2. Thanks for the pingback! Very pretty pictures…I’m originally from Michigan and remember winters like that. Nice too look at but can’t say that I miss it too much 😉


    • beyondpaisley – Author

      LOL I moved to Texas for a few years and didn’t have winters, so I understand the sentiment. But now that I’m back east? I expect them. Thanks for having a look.


  3. Madelaine

    Looking at those lovely, snowy pics actually cooled me down a little! 🙂
    Thank you for the pingback!


    • beyondpaisley – Author

      Me too! I’m loathe to knock it off, even by accident. How does it pile up so high? Sure, I could dig into the science of why, but for the moment, I’d rather just look and enjoy. 🙂


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