The Quiet after The Holidays


The hustle and bustle of the holidays are but a memory. Though the days are colder, the days are growing  longer.

I find respite in the months of January and February as does Mother Nature under the thick white snow.

On the surface, it looks as if there is not much going on but I can assure you much is happening in preparation for spring.

UPDATE: food for thought on this February 1st: 

I think winter is the season for introverts. It’s the time of year when Mother Nature begs us to slow down and curl up. The world around us seems to take a collective breath. Winter is a good time for reflection. It feels like the only time of year when humanity says it’s okay to hole away at home.



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