Tag Archives: snow
Amazing how each year begins With a day no different than the one before And yet we unwrap this day like a holiday Ready with wonder for what’s in store. Every day – before, here, later – brings Newness in … Continue reading
Too Gray, You Say?
Shadow, no shadow One means more snow. What mole can be certain How Mother Nature maintains An atmospheric plan That never goes according to the weatherman?
A Gift-Filled Day
The joy of a day not rushed away Enjoying the start of wandering play. To see the trail bordered by snow; Better still, various falls at proper flow. Time with family, always a plus Avoiding silly things like regret and … Continue reading
Funny, Thought it was…
Spring. This wasn’t what I was supposed to be seeing last night. Granted, let the weather detour my evening plans as a couple of inches accumulated on the ground, but that’s beside the point! The calendar said Spring! Don’t believe … Continue reading
Soon – Snow, Too Soon
These aren’t the trees bent over the road now But give it time, Winter’s building up and how. Today’s just a dusting, with that I’m just fine. Long gone are the days of 32 flavors of snow to dine.
Good news – had time to write a new poem (found under the Poems page). Slow news – still organizing the shots of the cold week before. Otherwise, upon further assessment, things aren’t quite as bad as they seem. Things … Continue reading
Nothing says ‘comfort’ like not having to drive to work on a very snowy day. The birds preferred the shelter beneath the table. I found it enjoyable to shoot the scene above it. Granted, what was there this morning grew … Continue reading
A Tree that Leans
A great deal of snow is falling and eventually its weight will bring things down. While that wasn’t the case for the tree on right (its downfall-mishap happened long before that), the weight of the white will be worth watching. … Continue reading
“Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.” ~ Isaiah 1:18. Nothing like going to sleep to the plain greenery and waking up to find a blanket of white. Then again, as adjustments are made … Continue reading