Tag Archives: winter
January – cold, dark mornings, misty afternoons, rain, rain and more rain. But there you are blooming, noticed only by those with heads hung down like mine. Blue beauty, a lovely gift to my drippy day. Bless you primrose. ©Sharron … Continue reading
Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana Flowers: Blooms January, wonderful scented yellow flowers which bloom before leaves. Use: Leaves – Astringent for bruises, dermatitis, hemorrhoids, varicose veins – topically. Lotion is distilled from twigs. Forked twigs as divining rods for water witching. … Continue reading
A frosty Monday here. We had torrential rain in the night and at one point it sounded like hail. Now the ground is white with frost and hail/snow. And it’s cold! But we’re cozy snuggled in by the wood stove … Continue reading
Frost doesn’t seem to have discouraged the mushrooms around the yard.
Cocooned in cotton flannel sheets, wool stuffed pillows and duvet, mohair wool blanket. . . who can crawl out of such a cozy nest when it’s still dark and raining out. Not me. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Rain barrels overflow, streams, rivers, lakes flow down the driveway and still it rains. Could we contain even half this water now our summer would never be too dry. ©Sharron R. McMillan
The year is dying nothing can be done its days were numbered from day one. ©Sharron R. McMillan
My soul praises the Lord For He has been mindful of me. Blessed is she who trusted that the Lord’s words to her would be fulfilled. ©Sharron R. McMillan
The Bald Eagle Halia ‘eetus leucocephalus B.C’s largest raptor. They have a wing span around 6 to 7 feet, can weigh between 5.5 to 13 pounds. They have acute vision, six to seven times better than a human’s. Their main … Continue reading
Beautiful, understated decorations. Very inspiring.
Christmas Lights on the Tiny House. So cheery and welcoming.
Getting caught up in anger over the way things ‘should be’ we fail to see what is – beauty, order, incredible colours, animals, seasons, fruit, sky, awesome beauty – Why do we fail to see it. Why does our focus … Continue reading
There is real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment. ~Norman Vincent Peale