Friday, November 26, 2010

Welcome Winter...in Haiku...

Harsh, white, biting wind,
blowing snow across the road,
Dakota winter


...Nature has been etching our windows again...beautifully...

...today's high - kinda chilly...

...we've got our tree and we'll be decorating tonight - now, we're just cozying up inside to the wonderful smell of fresh Balsam...Jack's booties have been repaired and we all bundled up for a nice long walk - he was so happy prancing around with his warm trotters...there's a nice big pot of potato soup on the stove and cornbread in the oven - after yesterday's feast, we're taking things a bit lighter today...

...hoping you all are warm and happy with friends and family and that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving...

6 comments:

  1. Perfect haiku. Even though it's warm here, I can imagine bitter cold.

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  2. I love Haiku, yours expresses the frost patterns on the windows!

    Pathetically I can't work out low temperatures in F - only in C. We have low temps here at the moment wth snow threatened. Early for us!

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  3. Brrr. We had a we bit of snow on our Thanksgiving. Luckily we were all toasty inside, filling our bellies and feeling grateful for everything in our lives.

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  4. That window etching is beautiful and perfect. Nature is a wonder.

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  5. Love the haiku! Beautiful window pic too. Sounds like you are all keeping warm and cozy!

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