So many of my posts throughout the month of March deal with the winter weather as it holds on longer here in the Northeast. I like winter, but it takes so long to leave. Instead let me give you a glimpse of what happens if you were here in –
May- The lilacs would be blooming surrounding me on the back porch as I bask in sunshine and sip my morning coffee. I am probably thinking of plans for the garden, watching the squirrels scurry across the neighborhood.
August- The morning routine at camp with family includes watching the fog lift over the silver smooth lake, waiting for an eagle fly-over. The kitchen warms up as popovers rise in the oven and sun kissed youngsters rumble down the stairs.
October- I am surrounded by color. The neighbor’s oak has the biggest yellow leaves, mixing with the reds and oranges from the tall stately trees lining the streets. My coffee cools while I breathe in the frosty morning air.
December- The first snow lies so serene and clean over the lawn making a perfect backdrop for the twinkling lights of the holiday. Who doesn’t like snow??