Letters from a Hill Farm
Your clouds look ominous to me Nan. We had a bad storm blow through last night. When I get home from work I will post some pictures. It "feels like" minus 2 here this morning. Brrrrrrrrrr
What a beautiful sky! Lovely shots.
Lisa, I guess they might look ominous, but they aren't really. We've had some rain and wind today, but that's it. The air feels so fresh.Thanks, Nancy. It is very different since I took the photos a few hours ago. We've had sunshine and then the clouds disappeared and we have a bright white/gray sky. I love the sky changes.
LOVE those photos. I love greyness in the skies! My laundry is out in the sun! Free drying. It's a bit chilly though here in the South, but bright Carolina Blue skies. Have you read Kathleen Norris' little book "Quotidian Mysteries: Laundry, Liturgy and Women's Work". It's online if you haven't.Have a good warm cup of tea with your reading today!Bonnie
We sent you those warm temperatures you know...it was in the 40s here on Monday. This morning was -16 according to our electronic thermometer. Brutal January.
This day I've seen clouds, drizzle, heavy rain, icy rain, snow flurries (briefly), rough winds, sunshine, and clear skies. A little bit of everything--so very New England!
Oh those clouds! I could swim in those clouds!
I love the moodiness in these pictures. Lovely!
Bonnie, I just called my local bookstore and they will have a copy for me by Wednesday. I thought this would be perfect Lenten reading. Thanks so much for the suggestion.Oh, Tara, I'm sorry. Our January could not have been better (for me anyhow).This was just like our day, Margaret!Thanks Colleen and Les. I love the words, 'swim' and 'moodiness' - both just perfect.
Now that I am a grandmother, it seems that I am often late in replying to your most-appreciated comments. But I read them as soon as they come in, and I will write as soon as I can. Please do come back and check. I love these blogging conversations.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.