But you know I can't stop at one word...
I took this photo on the 11th. Those tracks are loooong gone by now. They are well buried under another 8 or so inches of snow.
Seems like apple season is a very long way away.
We've been wondering if we need to get our roof scraped. I think if this structure can hold up, maybe our roof is safe.
The Dark-eyed Juncos fly south every year to be a part of our winter. I'm not sure they really bargained for what they got this year. But this little fellow looks pretty content.
The juncos are ground feeders and they leave tracks all over our covered porch when the wind blows the snow in. I like them.
Here's my Buddha in his winter home. He's supposed to stay warm and dry there, but this year he didn't stand a chance. I think he has the right idea about how to handle a winter like this though.
We need to just keep calm and carry on. I'm sure a little meditation couldn't hurt.