Almost Wordless ~ ^_^
|A Bit of 'Zen' for Wordless Wednesday with Tina|
|'Glosta Fisthermen' looking for Fair Weather for Wordless with Paula|
|'Flowers' despite Mother Nature's Snow. ~ for Three Rock Rurality|
Ah, tis Wednesday post already and it is only Tuesday. Being a blogger can get one confused about what day it is. Here in New England on Cape Ann MA, we are experiencing rain at the moment but a possible snow forecast for the weekend. Anyone want a visitor with a little dog for a month or so in a warmer climate? Only kidding but there are moments I am tempted! Will use the time to enhance my inner spirit with creativity.
Sharing Wednesday with the following creative bloggers:
life as we know it by paula
tina's wordless wednesday
three rocks rurality blog
carpe diem haiku
walk and click
Wishing you the best in each day.
Your posted comments delight us in every way.
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty minds and empty hearts.'
~ Norman Vincent Peale
Pride before the fallReplyDelete
Disappointed squirrels and men
Hope dashed to the ground
Those squirrels are ever hopeful of breaking into my bird feeders to get a free meal!! They never give up!ReplyDelete
Love that first shot of the branch peeking out of the snow--are we really supposed to get more snow this weekend??ReplyDelete
your haiku and photo really speaks of hope. though the fair weather prolly won't happening soon and those squirrels , well good luck to them.lol ^^ReplyDelete
Hold off on the snow please. I am flying out of Boston on Saturday!! Squirrels are just rats with fancy tails..glad they lost their stash lolReplyDelete
Lots of great shots with snow. I don't mind seeing it from afar!ReplyDelete
Would LOVE to have both of you visit, but our weather is also white and cold!! :-)ReplyDelete
The little evergreen will be big someday despite the snow covering it...the small size is illusory now, just wait. I like the old salt sailor piloting his ship in the snow. Looks like Cape Ann on land :)ReplyDelete
Enjoying your Beautiful Blog! Had to follow you tonight! So glad to get a chance to visit! Blessings!ReplyDelete
Beautiful snowy pics !!!ReplyDelete
Hi Carol, I see every day at your wonderful photos, maybe I can even with these challenges join with you so that you come down with in the list of links that would be happy, so you get to know some people who like the haiku too. ..ReplyDelete
very beautiful pics! thanx :)ReplyDelete
The little squirrels may lose their stash, but they have a habit of brushing off and dusting down and starting all over again! A fun haiku!ReplyDelete
"empty minds and empty hearts" That is a fabulous quote!ReplyDelete
Gotta love the snow... :) Thanks for stopping in today! It was great to see you.ReplyDelete
I like your quote and your pictures. Happy WW.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and very nice photos!ReplyDelete
the fisherman looks like a snow monster!ReplyDelete
Hi Carol! Your snowy photos look so peaceful...the one's I took are full of energy :)ReplyDelete
Happy WW and thanks for linking up!
interesting 'blue' treatment in these photos...makes them feel even colder.....I read somewhere that squirrels only recall and retrieve a small percentage of their hidden caches.....ReplyDelete
Snow is beautiful, but I wish spring would hurry and get here already! We've set a record this winter too: there hasn't been this little sunshine during a winter for 25 years.ReplyDelete
Poor squirrel :-)ReplyDelete
Always glad to find a bit of Zen! Hope this weekend doesn't bring too much snow again!ReplyDelete
It is a joy to look at your wonderful photos and to read your everyday haiku inspired on the prompts I give.ReplyDelete
beautiful work and photos Carol...ReplyDelete
That fisherman touched my heart.
We have 5 young men missing with their boat in our neighbouring Province in Nova Scotia.
the coast guard have been searching for them since Sunday... :-(
That fisheman just looked like he was searching too
My heart goes out to the squirrel: She worked so hard to stash those nuts!ReplyDelete
I love how the pine is poking through the snow in your first image, Carol. And although my Kobi, a Bichon, is my muse and constant companion, I never considered calling him my assistant!! I may just have to do that. Thanks for sharing in Walk and Click Wednesdays! Do come again. ;->ReplyDelete
Great photos and wonderful haiku tooReplyDelete
For a second, I thought that was a real person in the snow! Love your photos.ReplyDelete
It won't be long now and the snow will be merely a memory!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #3' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #4...ReplyDelete