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Monday, February 17, 2014

East Of The Sun And West Of The Moon

When I woke up this morning, the moon was still high in the western sky....

 while the sun was rising in the east.
 Before I went out to the barn, the light was incredible....
 outside and inside.
 I was too late to catch the latest hibiscus bloom in all it's glory, but it was still quite interesting this morning.
 How can I not talk about the weather? 

 It was -4 when I got to the barn....






 and a big fat 0 when I finished chores.

Went to get gas, Wegmans and Country Max for some shavings.
Did a little shoveling and had a quiet afternoon.

Evening chores at 5:30.  Fortunately the temperature ended up in the low 20s.
 Cabbage soup, bagels, cheddar cheese and apples for dinner.
 Loved the combination of flavors.
Night all.

11 comments:

  1. Oh the light makes incredible photos. Nice captures. More snow yeah;) Hug B

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  2. Super photos when the sun first shines on the snow, I can see huge piles after shovelling!!! Cheers, Jean.

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  3. Love the morning pictures!

    Dinner looks great for a cold night.

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  4. I've never had cabbage soup, but it sounds delightfully good especially on a chilly night.

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  5. I've never had cabbage soup, but it sounds delightfully good especially on a chilly night.

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  6. Love that you caught that lavender-blue of the sky with the moon!

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  7. Your title of your blog entry today would make a GREAT novel title.

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  8. Everything revolves around the weather these days. Glad you are getting some resting time.

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  9. Oh the light, brrr the cold, yum the soup. xx

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  10. Although I haven 't been around to comment, I have stopped by to read when I can. I can not believe the terrible weather you have had for so long. Hopefully spring, with all of its beauty, will be that much more appreciated and beautiful!

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  11. Although I haven 't been around to comment, I have stopped by to read when I can. I can not believe the terrible weather you have had for so long. Hopefully spring, with all of its beauty, will be that much more appreciated and beautiful!

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