Well, not exactly an ice storm. It was cold. It snowed. Then it started to rain. It was warming up slowly, but the rain still froze on each surface it touched. Read more “Ice Storm by the River (test post apologies)”
On Christmas Eve we had fog. I drove through it the night before to visit mom in London and it stayed through the next day. Read more “Fog”
Everything is grey and cold and a little bit tired looking. But there’s a hint of sparkle. Read more “The Darkest Days (Tonic Show Reminder)”
Slowly, but slowly, the spring air is warming and the sun is melting the snow away. Read more “Run Off and Then Some”
At least that’s what we’ve been told. Read more “Run Off”
The snow has settled and this morning it started to warm up.
Yesterday was mom’s 80th birthday.
This morning the sun came up gently, slowly and warmed a clear blue sky that sailed all day over the melting snow.
Come on, spring!
This week it was driving to London. Read more “White Out”
Trying my first post via my phone. Read more “On Tour – Life On the Road”
Well, actually before dawn.
Enough before dawn to watch the sky go from night blackness through that dim blue into a brief riot of colour as the sun launches into day. Read more “Snow Days”