It's cold here in the Hill Country this morning, and even colder tomorrow. My grandkids from the north came here for the warmth! Ha! Glad we missed the storms in Dallas, however, so no complaint.
Indeed, spring will come again... ~ nice composition.
this challenge really brings out your creativity!! a nice description of the snow covered trees!!!!
I like it and that is an old tree..
Merry Christmas Gail and best wishes for the New Year...it was 64 degrees here on Christmas Day...poor Mother Nature is a bit confused and I can't blame her so am I...on the plus side we have gained a minute of daylight! Sending greetings from Maine...Julie...
Oh yes . . . very nice . . .
Nature does her yearly rounds whilst we moan! At least Christmas puts smiles on our faces.
We have snow here and temps in the teens! Trees are sleeping and dreaming of spring!
I think that's the best of the ones I read! Love how you incorporated the seventy to be seventy seasons of spring memories. Love it!! Hope your Christmas was great and stay warm.
Spring will spring again...I hope you are enjoying the Festive Season in a festive and and festive spirit, Gail. :)
Come on Spring - get a move on! I'm bored with Winter already.Visit Keith's Ramblings!
A good one to invite in the New Year…=)
A new year and a new spring to come ... a lovely write. Bastet
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