So Go the Days

At this time of year the days seem to run into each other.  



Going to work when it is dark and arriving home to darkness soon after is the norm.  Our days are starting to stretch out a bit, but not too much.  



Our weather flip flops from warm one day to cold the next. Clothes on the line in January?  Yes, that happened this weekend.  My bees tried to chase me away from the line and it isn't even that close to their hive.   Today we are back to cold temps and winter coats.    


Early evenings by the fire mean time to recharge for the upcoming busy springtime.  



"Winter is a season of recovery and preparation."  

Paul Theroux 





Comments

  1. Our weather, here in Texas, is flip-flopping too. One week we had 21 degrees and the following week end it got up to 80. Enjoy your blog so much !!

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  2. These photos are very nice, MIchelle. I've found that as I've grown older, and now that I'm retired, the days really do flow into one another and sometimes it's hard to remember whether you're at the beginning or the end of the week! :) Thank you for your nice comments on my Ocala blog!

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  3. Time to go through seed catalogs, and look forward to warmer days.
    (Love your 2nd photograph.)
    ☺️

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  4. It's a good time of year. The weather is flipping and flopping here too. 36 today. Supposed to be 66 tomorrow.
    As we await and prepare for the rush of spring.

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  5. ...flip flop is an understatement.

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  6. Thank you so much for your lovely, spare photos; and for reminding us that we are not alone in our cabin (fever).

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  7. Wen if finally get light out, daylight saving kicks in and put us back in the dark

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  8. Morning Michelle, yes the days are a bit longer... Love the pictures, keep cozy,Francine.

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  9. your countryside is beautiful! I do cherish the evenings by the fire, reading, watching TV, eating TOO MUCH!

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  10. Glad that you are having some lovely weather mixed in with the cold. Have a good week!

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  11. Windy here, I don't mind a cold day but wind just makes it miserable. Only two months until spring though!

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  12. I find it a sleepy time of year!

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  13. I can relate of the darkness and the days going so fast. We are being treated to sunshine and 42 deg. temps right now.. I totally am pining for Spring to arrive.. the Snowdrops, then Lilacs.. can't wait. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  14. Nice photos. Sure has been a strange winter weather wise.

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  15. Oh, I get so tired of getting up in the dark...and I don't even go to work. I just long for early morning sun so bad.

    I just thought...have you ever watch A Farm Story and/or The Farm in Winter...with Jerry Apps. I bet you would love it. Thehy are both on youtube...not the greatest quality. But still...check them out.

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  16. Hello, YAY for the days are getting longer. Lovely images, the second shot is my favorite. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

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  17. A lovely post, Michelle. We got a few above average temps this week and it seems like we should be heading into March. Can't we just skip February.

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  18. Yes, perfectly said - the days do seem to run into each other! Wonderful scenes, love your border collie. xx K

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  19. i love the soft light in all of these!

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  20. All in all, it has been a relatively mild winter up north. That is keeping me from feeling as superior as I usually do in colder and meaner winters.

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