6 thoughts on “Winter Reflections

  1. Nancy Chan

    We are also enjoying cool days. So nice to sleep with just the fan blowing. I don’t understand why but yesterday, I was having problem trying to access your blog. I am glad this morning the problem is gone.

  2. covid19

    We have some inspiring and motivational books that may interest you. Our main way of supporting this site is through the sale of books, either physical copies or digital copies for your Amazon Kindle (including the online reader). All of the money that we earn through them comes back to the site in one way or another. Just click on the picture to the left to visit our page of books, both fiction and non-fiction! It is nearly impossible to visualize the summer when we are in this strongly defined black and white and blue world of the winter, to visualize how the distant hills disappear behind the trees, how it all finally becomes an enclosing jungle of leaves. All this white against all that green! In some ways I love the winter best–the relief of not having to garden! The austerity and brilliance of it, such as one experiences also on a bright day at the seashore. And for the same reasons it is, at times, tiring. May Sarton

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