Winter is sort of like having your own private collection of Rothko paintings, don’t you think?
Too much of a stretch?
I just like the simple color palattes (even if a lot of grays and browns)…But, assuming you do not want to see a series of swaths of grey trees and blue skies, I aimed for as much festive green as possible…
Fern; quite hardy
An old jar
Dexie in her element
Acorn top on moss
On the trail
Snack time outside at Forest School
Looking out at the garden; the only thing growing out there now is kohlrabi
Practicing reading for Christmas Eve service at our church
Babyzilla and her friend sitting nicely in the pew
At home, Smoochie and Baby playing with the train under the tree in
the man cave Christmas Cove
Working on Christmas cards
Removing a large part of this tree stump
And maybe we can make something cool out of the huge 3-part piece of wood
Safety first! haha
Dexie met this really beautiful Bernese Mountain Dog; over 100 lbs!
We’ve enjoyed driving around looking at lights; this house has a great display
Dining room snowflake chandelier
And the best shot for last…
Dexie leaping; she’s like a metaphor for Christmas coming at us; only 11 days till Christmas!
Click here for a most Christmas-y, beautiful song! (King’s College Sussex Carol “On Christmas Night All Christians Sing”)
Hope you all are enjoying this most wonderful time of the year!