Online journal of West Virginia Storyteller Granny Sue.
Ah, how I long for green........but I wouldn't trade the seasons......;)
I'm with Mimi...I'm ready for Spring! Just wanted to say thank you for dropping by my blog. And thank you for your thoughtfulness on my daughter Tara. I appreciate it very much. Lovely blog, by the way...can't wait to delve into all your other posts!!~Kim @ Old Hen with A Pen
You all know what I mean! Love what we have now, can't wait for what's ahead. The human condition, isn't it?Kim, welcome! I'll be back by your blog soon. I found you through Verde Farm, a site I just stumbled on yesterday. Sending a few prayers for your daughter. She has a tough road right now.
I too like the circle of the seasons -- fun photos -- barbara
Grandchildren are always a great photo topic, Barbara :) That's Michaela's little face in the window, my son Derek and his daughter Hannah jumping in the water, and Cassidy in the fall picture. She's becoming quite the musician these days, singing in coffee bars, etc in the VA suburbs.
That's what we love about living here, plus the people are a lot friendlier!
full cycle.a good reminder.take each dayand use it wisely.
lovely-living here in the forest we too can see the seasons clearly and live with them-but i am longing for the warm weather now!
Great photos, I especially love the icicle one. I can't imagine living in a place where the seasons are all much the same, watching the changes that each season brings is one of the great pleasures of life for me.
Love the pics! And you're right it won't be long now : )
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