My schedule has taken a drastic change and of course there are many long--as well as a few short--stories about me and my old Buick darting around town at strange hours these days. But that is for another blog.
I had to dig deeply into my Joy Reservoir to handle being dressed AND out and about town at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
The sights were amazing!
To begin, on a chilly February evening, our Texas sky warned: GET READY!!
|Sleet arrived the next morning. Well.... yes, thin and scattered BUT it was wet, it was cold, it was frozen WATER.|
We gave thanks.
|Then as I moved about town, I discovered the pansieshad arrived. Their cute faces lined sidewalks, decorated forlorn gardens, and hung from porches.|
|In December this neighborhood Christmas Tree shimmered with lights. |
In March, the Christmas Tree stands regal in front of the Pear tree that held tight to its blooms.
Spring WILL come.
|On a dreary morning, white blossoms shimmer on a tree standing on a street corner|