Friday, November 21, 2014

Warm up with the Cozy Chicks!

by Lorraine Bartlett / Lorna Barrett / L.L. Bartlett

I feel like I dodged a VERY big bullet this week.  Why?  Because when my parents came to this country, they chose Rochester, NY instead of Buffalo.  Have you seen some of the pictures of that horrific snowstorm?



But the people of Buffalo are made of strong stuff ... and also have a sense of humor.



and my favorite ...

 


The Cozy Chicks have a way for you to escape from winter's worst ... our books!  So settle down with a cozy mystery, a warm throw, a cup of cocoa (or a glass of wine) and a cat or dog by your side.

 
Click this link for the list of titles!  Happy reading!


8 comments:

Mary Jane Maffini said...

Thanks for the laugh, Lorraine! Glad you're not buried. MJ/VA

Grandma Cootie said...

I'm one of those sissies from California so I can't complain about the snow, but it's still great to settle down with one of your cozy mysteries, a warm throw, a cup of coffee and the pampered Pug by my side. After all, the temps have gotten all the way down to 46 degrees and we've had a bit of rain!

Anonymous said...

I can't imagine that if you live in the USA and haven't been hiding a rock that there is any way to miss the real pictures of Buffalo. However, the three funny ones, especially the Yeti are great! LOL

Margaret said...

I hear you!!1 Hi neighbor, I am in Schenectady and we have only had the slighest dusting since the cold snap. This past Monday we had a cold rainy day and several people tried to get me to complain about the weather, I told them go home and watch the 6:00 p.m. news and then complain.
I love The Thousand Islands and Niagra Falls and I am so happy they belong to us, but the winters, ugh.

Anonymous said...

Oh I love that. We don't have hurricanes!!! I'll have to remember that one when it gets cold and snowy here.

mary kennedy said...

HI Lorraine, you definitely dodged a bullet!! Love the photos...I needed a chuckle today. And the graphic with the Cozy Chicks icon is terrific!

Linda A. Thompson-Ditch said...

That was great! I love snow, but that's a little too much!

Anonymous said...

I'm in the South and there's a good reason for it. I do not like ice and deep snow although I love looking at it on Movies and in Cozy Books ironically. I liked the Article..
Marilyn