Revisiting a fall evening with Achilles, aka Chili Dog, gone on ahead.
There is light in the southwestern sky at 6:00PM. A timeless reminder that, while winter still reigns and will for a while yet, seasons turn.
And emitting a gentle, rippling snore.
We are so blessed to have him.
Soft lamplight favours Lucy.
The sun shone for basically the entire day today. It has been quite some time since the last mostly cloud-free day. A blessed and most welcome event.
I hope that those of you who celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Orthodox Christmas, the western New Year, had a joyous and safe time!
The sun shone for about two hours yesterday. A notable event because it had shined for only about four hours total during the previous ten or so days.
This seasons’ dominant colours are grey and brown, which is not entirely bad. I feel more grateful, blessed, fortunate, for each dash of colour such as this, provided by our redbud this spring.
The late afternoon sky after a cold front blasted through this morning.