..................“But calm, white calm, was born into a swan”...........


Heigh- Ho..

Heigh Ho, How was/is your winter..are you still struggling, shoveling slush or snow..Trying to get to work with a heavy heart thinking will this cold ever leave and will there be sun to warm my frozen winter toes..(The phrase "Heigh-Ho" was first recorded in 1553 and is defined as an expression of "yawning, sighing, languor, weariness, disappointment")

                               While in your country lady Winter still dwells..

                                                          I wish you well...

                                ... And a warm place near the fire...




“I couldn't imagine living in a state that didn't reach the ocean.
                         It was a giant reset button.
            You could go to the edge of the land and see infinity and feel renewed.”

                                               I conquered the storm ..

                                      .. and told the sea it was time for Spring..

Quote― Avery Sawyer, Notes to Self


A little closer..

            Once the bear's hug has got you, it is apt to be for keeps.

                                       ............ Love bears everything..

I.m off to see the sea..with my hubby...back in a few days..xoxo

Natalie Rukavishnikova


Little buggers...

They crawl out from warm mulch,  just after snow,

     In hidings from tunnels row after row;

       They rest among dew drops and fly out to bring

          Their red spots of colors to gardens of spring.

 ~Marlene Glaus