brighten January gloom.
Smile ~ life goes on.
oh, Iris in January, talk about being the belle of the ball!
What a lovely way to describe it, Joss — “belle of the ball”. You could almost write a partner haiku to go with my one, using such wonderful imagery!
The irises are blooming!!! Love prose & photo~
Thank you, Cindy 🙂 Amidst all the greyness and rainfall we’ve been having in the UK of late, those irises were like brilliant blue beacons shining in the murk.
Love this, Sarah. Have a great week. 🙂
Thanks, Sylvia. You have a great week, too 🙂
Whether we smile or not, it certainly does go on! We may as well smile 🙂
Yes, that just about sums it up, Christy:-) I decided to write a cheerful Monday morning haiku before things started getting to me. Hoped to cheer some others, too.
Spring purple – the colour of the cure a under-active thyroid. Not glandular fever at all. Less pain, less exhaustion, more concentration – summer is a way away yet but I think…
I think that light blue is used in colour therapy for glandular fever.
I have never come across colour therapy – I will have to look at it. The changes in my body are very strange. My tastes have changed overnight.
Wow, Sarah, do you really have winter irises in bloom? I didn’t know there was such a thing. They are beautiful.
I have heard that there are some pretty severe storms going on over there. Are you weathering them okay?
We’ve been having quite a bit of rain, so some of the walls in our house are damp on the inside. There have also been some heavy squalls for the last few days. Although we are south facing and high up near the coast, our town has not been too badly hit compared to those in the West Country. No flooding either and all our electricity has stayed on, so far.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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