A winter treat breaks the grey
Daphne clothed in pink
Later this week we are going to have unheard of temperatures for this time of year in New York.
Lovely photo and words.
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Thanks. I’m glad you liked it 🙂
Uneard of warm temperatures, I hope, rather than unheard of cold ones. The weather seems very erratic and unpredictable these days. I remember a time when there were definite seasons that behaved as they should!
Exactly. As a child I adored spring time in New York. It was a true rebirth. Now, we go straight from winter to the humid summer.
I hate humidity. It makes me feel as if I’m wearing lead boots and breathing in air like soup. In the UK, I don’t think we get as much sunshine and blue skies as we used to, whatever time of the year it is. It’s very depressing and tiring. I turned my computer desk around this winter, so I couldn’t look out of the window at the grey. Instead, I look at an apple-green wall that’s very calming and uplifting (and take my 10 micrograms of Vit D daily!
lol Have a good one.
I embrace any signs of spring. We are locked in ice this morning. The animals are not pleased at all. 🙂 But hope “springs” eternal, my friend, and soon we will frolic under the dappled sunshine.
Have a tremendous week of creativity.
I think the animals, birds, and plants are being lulled into a false sense of security where I live. I’ve seen two dead foxes in the last two days D:. I don’t know what that means. There was also a spaced-out toad sitting in a gutter this morning. I took a photo of him. He’ll probably be the subject of next week’s haiku! I think he’ll make a better subject than dead foxes.
Oh, to frolic under the dappled sunshine! That being said, I did spend Saturday afternoon gardening in the sunshine, although still dressed in winter clothes.
I’ve done five hours of writing today, so that’s a good start to the week.
Wishing you all the best in creativity this week, my friend 🙂
Lucky you…. it’s supposed to rain all day tomorrow which will get rid of a lot of the white stuff… but let’s face it. It’s only February 19…. I ain’t gonna delude myself!
Lovely image and Haiku, my friend.
It’s very grey today, with intermittent rain. But I can see in my garden, the yellow petals of a daffodil about to unfold and reveal themselves in all their glory!
I’m glad you loved my photo and haiku 🙂
It’s not stopped raining all day and wow… You can already see daffs….
I’m jealous. I saw 6 daffodils in full bloom in a garden just down the road from me, but the sight of them did make me smile 🙂
Funny what makes each person jealous… 😉
Thank you 🙂
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