Inside, we have a hyacinth bulb looking delicate with her white roots and her green stem and outside we have WHITE and cold. That's okay. It IS January, after all.
I can't have a fire so I lit a whole bunch of candles as I drank my tea.
Isn't the pine cone pretty? Greens are just as much the stars of Christmas as poinsettias, aren't they?
There are some pretty candy canes left over from the tree. Would you like one?
There is joy to be had today. I've had dry sinuses and that makes me a little sleepy, but all the white outside shines in the windows and brightens my get-up-and-go.
When I took my Susan Branch books from the shelf I found a big pile of hankies. One day quite some time ago I ironed them, folding each one so carefully. Pretty.
This weekend we were in the company of quite a few cherubs. Aw!
I'd like to give you some sweet words from My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year:
We can begin even now to wear the flowers of Paradise. We can begin even now to furnish our minds with lovely thoughts and memories. We can have "the mind of Christ".
Thank you for stopping by today!
"Truth is such a rare thing, it is delightful to tell it." ~Emily Dickinson