Watching my dogs watching their world.
A view of the sky during a break between today’s frequent snow showers.
A lovely, spectacular morning.
A lovely way to start the day. So blessed to see this.
A lovely way to end a showery day.
The hibiscus is still throwing off blooms. With low temperatures in the single digits and highs barely reaching 20 by the weekend, it may be nearing the end of bloom season.
Nonetheless, I am blessed and grateful that it’s doing so well.
Have picked about 4 cups of Chocolate Cherry Tomatoes in the last few days. That’s on top of the 8? cups picked before this week. More are on the way, in varying stages of maturing and ripeness.
So good simply popped in my mouth – not all make it inside – in salads, baked in a little olive oil with garlic, rosemary, and pepper.
It was a fantastic morning to be out and about, and to witness this glorious scene.
The sky was airbrushed with gloriously delicate hues this morning. I was compelled to stop, admire and give thanks, and share with you.
If you look just above and to the right of the centre, there is the fingernail, waning, almost gone, crescent moon.