The snowflakes, you know, those frozen droplets falling from the sky, have been plentiful. It snowed so hard earlier this afternoon,
that it was nearly a white-out, barely making the trees across the field, visible. Can you make them out?
The temperature rose around noon, from the 11F.degrees we woke up to, to nearly 20, then 21,22, and then the snow fell from the sky without retreat.
By late this evening, as the moon began to shine so bright, a lone star tried to peek through the overcast sky. The moon was circled with the faintest rainbow...what's that called?
The night grew brighter and brighter.,
the railing shadows and the deer.
If this was not enough snow for you, stick around. I'm sure as the days have shortened, that I will be able to share many feet of the white stuff before spring. Promise.
Until next time,
Stay warm and cozy.
I plan to.
Blessings and Thanks for Stopping By