Saturday, November 10, 2012

winter wanders in

it would seem our lovely, prolonged autumn has finally given way to winter. temperatures have dropped into the teens and twenties and six inches of snow fluttered down from the skies to blanket the countryside with glistening wonder.

not all of the leaves have had a chance to make peace with their lives and let go of the branches overhead. but they will find their time, perhaps sooner than they had hoped.

it seems they are not the only ones not quite yet ready for winter to wander in. i still have hoses to wrap and stow away and covers to put in place on the the barbecue and the swamp cooler. not to mention a bit of burrowing into the closet to find warm winter coats and woolen shirts.

i shall be looking forward to spending more time by the fireplace, stitching cloth and watching the cat purr and slumber on his pillow next to the embers as the snow continues to assert itself on what appears to be promising a long, frigid winter...



  1. I love the way those rowan berries are glowing within their cloak of snow, warm in the cold, food for the birds to give them energy. Stay snug by your fire when you can.

  2. What a lovely picture of the snow on those leaves.

  3. I've been seeing the news for your expected storm. Glad you are enjoying the beauty of it. The bottom photo is amazing, love it!

  4. I so enjoy your posts - they bring with them such a sense of calm ... lovely, thank you.

  5. Looks beautiful. I hope you have warm fireplace and time to spend next to it.