When I was a very little girl, I found a bunch of beautiful beach stones and brought them home. Read more “Abstracts in Ice”
Here I post this rather poor photo, taken two hours after her burial. After a weekend of mixed weather including sun, warm, cold, rain, snow, sleet, cloud and clear, the day of mom’s funeral was primarily sunny with swaths of interesting cloud.
At the cemetery someone looked up and said, “it’s a Bernice Vincent sky.” Someone else piped up, “they’re ALL Bernice Vincent skies.”
After we got back to mom’s place and were beginning to relax, the clouds, very briefly, opened up, then broke with sun in the west. For just a few minutes, hovering over the house, was this rainbow.
It’s been grey and windy here in London over the last few days. There’s been some rain, too, but mostly just bluster. Read more “London Sky”
With unusually mild weather, a friend and I went for a walk near mom’s place. Read more “Christmas Eve Walk”
Mom has lived in a suburb that, she once discovered, is on one of the highest points of land in London. When you look around, it’s as though the rest of the landscape has floated away. A friend and I refer to it as Edgeworld. Read more “Edgeworld Wash”
Beautiful fall colours surrounded. Read more “To Live Well is All We Can Do”
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”
Spring is officially here. The equinox passed on Thursday and we’re into the season of growth. It doesn’t entirely seem that way, though. Read more “Spring in the Distance”
The last snow storm left a blanket of fresh snow over what was a strong melt of two days. I wanted to get a shot it, but the blizzard raged well into the evening. Read more “Moonlight on Fresh Snow”
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!