Welcomed Snow

Carol A. Hand

January 14, 2018
Believe it or not
a welcomed sight
warmer weather


January 14, 2018

31 thoughts on “Welcomed Snow

    1. Dear Joan, it’s wonderful to hear from you and catch up on the important work you are continuing to do after your book was published! I loved your account of the class you met with and the important message you shared about juveniles. Sending you warm wishes. ❤


    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comments, Andrea. I needed to type the words that kept playing though my thoughts as I watched the beautiful perfectly-formed crystal stars drifting down. And then, despite freezing fingers, I wanted to take photos that might fit. 🙂

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  1. Had to laugh. Yes, the weather it is a changing, here also. We had a snow storm about 3 days ago. Now the sky has cleared, the snow mostly melted and I found a nice cozy spot in the backyard for some “all body” sun tanning today, January 14. Ya gotta love it! Enjoy your snow, and the portent of warmer weather which is always good and welcome in the middle of winter.

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    1. Love your comments, Sha’Tara. I can’t imagine an “all body” tan here, even in the summer. 🙂

      It did take a few days for the weather to warm up here, but it shifted so quickly from from minus teens below freezing (F) to above freezing (over 32 F). I hope trees and bushes survive. Only spring will tell.


  2. Carol, magical surreal photos of the snow and lovely poem of the falling snow…I do like the layout mirroring the actual falling of the flakes! Hope it gradually and safely warms up without flooding. xx

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    1. Thank you so much for your thoughtful comments, Annika. The words kept flowing thought my mind as I watched the snow and I couldn’t resit trying to make them float and flow like fluffy flakes. The photos were an after thought, the products of freezing fingers and creative editing. 🙂

      (It has been warming up since I posted this, perhaps much too quickly. It’s gone from way below freezing to above freezing.)

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