Today, Pat and I and our friend Jeff went on a hike on Piney Mountain Trail in Duke Forest. It was a beautiful walk in the woods, even in the dead of winter.
I’m not much of a sword & sorcery fan, but I thoroughly enjoyed James Maxey’s Greatshadow.
This is the most beautiful snow I’ve seen in our area in a very long time.
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And if the battle is something I don’t choose to get involved with, even if others think it’s a really big deal, I can always shrug my shoulders and say, “I don’t know how much time I have left.”
I wish you all peace and joy.
If you’ve lost the funk, don’t be embarrassed. It can happen to anyone. But fear not, Bootsy Collins will show you how to get it back. Hint: It’s all about the space between the ones.
Somehow this view seemed like a fitting tribute to the winter solstice.
It’s been a gray overcast day. It’s the middle of December. Lots of brown and gray in the landscape with the occasional holly berries and green moss to add a bit of color to it all.
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