That’s beautiful (both words and image) but your glimmers of winter are quite a bit different than mine in Illinois lol!
It is quite a bit different. I remember living in Wisconsin and Minnesota. I characterized the seasons as 9 months of winter, 1 month of spring and summer, and 1 month of fall. The leaves fell off the trees by mid October and the first snow was in November. Where I live now, a few of the trees started turning in late November and leaves on some of the trees will finish falling sometime in December. Yesterday was shorts weather, and I’m starting to pick oranges off the trees. 🙂
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Oh, I love the thought of picking oranges off the tree. It snowed a couple of inches today. I just love the seasons. I need variety to keep the spark in life. I tell my husband ‘it’s better than another man’ when he starts talking crazy about moving to the Sunshine State, lol. Have a freshly squeezed glass of orange juice for me. Cheers!
Love your poetry! I am with Laine Jensen that your winter looks so different to me! My picture would be trees with no leaves, snow on the ground, the sky a horrid, solid gray and fog every morning. BLEH I get so depressed in the winter!
Thanks for the kind words. 🙂
Being light sensitive, I don’t mind gray skies and my brain is already filled with fog. 🙂
Picture and words beautifully illustrated.
You certainly cheered up my day. Thanks. 🙂
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