Maria Antonia has opened her 2020 picoftheweek challenge. This week my theme is “It’s Cold Out” since it is -5f this morning that’s -22c for those of you on Celsius brrrr. If you’d like to join in or just see all the great shots this week, do pop over to Maria Antonia’s site and join in the fun.
Snow flies like tiny fairies dancing in the winter air shivering in the bright sun as snowflakes tickle my lashes little fairy kisses melting on my tongue
Maria Antonia has the new 2020 picoftheweek challenge up. Please join us by posting your own photos with #2020picoftheweek. Here is mine for this week, I have chosen to follow along in order this week’s theme is “Peaceful.”
Each morning, I ask for peace Every night I give thanks for peace Every moment in your arms I know peace
Ludwig is hosting the first Monday Window challenge for 2020, come on over and see some fabulous windows. I took this shot last winter while on holiday in Wellington, NZ. It always makes me feel warm to look at it when the weather here is cold and windy.
Look Through the Window
I watch the light shine through bits of colored glass A kaleidoscope of colors, patterns dance across the floor Like memories in bits and pieces, each beautiful alone but together becoming something more A work of art, shining illumination for all the world while I ponder what the new year holds in store
Branches dance in the wind swaying like lovers slow dancing a few puffy clouds skitter across the azure blue sky I sit by my fireplace warm and snug watching the deer graze paying no heed to the cold wind or melting snow drifts We share our joy the deer and I of sunlit warmth and blue sky of greening grass yet to come the promise and possibility of spring
Your prompt for #JusJoJan and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “ow.” Find a word that contains “ow” or use it as a word in your post. Have fun!
We give them life we watch them grow we see them learn but even so we cannot help but wonder what future lies ahead like tracks on new-fallen snow we savor ever step watching the way they go ’til one day we discover the child we reared is grown busy now with jobs and life and children of their own