Your resolutions are my every-day practice and not only Buddhists have that philosophy.
That's true, Arija. Nice to see you here again.
More or less what I have out here Robert although yours all look much better tended! I still have quite a few roses left in bloom - talk about last rose of summer, it will be last rose of winter before long I am afraid. Happy new year to you both.
Happy New Year, Pat.
Interesting to see you have such color in your garden in winter. I suppose you don't have the deep freezes that we have in the U.S. Even here in South Carolina, it reach 8 degrees F a week ago, with wind chills less than 0 F. Nice photos, especially the winter sunset.
Well, these were the few colourful bits, George! The rest is pretty drab. Though there are always surprising splashes of colour everywhere if you look hard enough.Yes, I'm following your big freeze on the news. Apparently Niagara is frozen and there are ice balls in Lake Michigan. We haven't had snow yet in the Trent valley, but it could come. This part of England doesn't usually attract the big falls, however.
I am just as surprised to see these beauties as I was to see roses in November in Edinburgh (back in 1980). I adore hellebore!
I love hellebore too, Ruth. We've also cyclamen still in bloom (adore these) under a fir tree — and a couple of roses are hanging on!
I don’t want it to be spring yet – I enjoy the winter time when I can stay home, use the oven as it is not so warm outside, and read. I can be a bit lazy and just stare at the birds rushing around our bird feeders – and read. I started a book yesterday and finished it this afternoon. Now I can decided which new one to read - bliss… if it were spring and warm I might be tempted to go outside…
I'm enjoying the winter too, Vagabonde. Though it's not been properly winter yet, certainly not the kind of winter you're having in the US...
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